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Tribe of DR Congo where women marry several men and become ‘village wives’ lele tripe

The Lele people are a subgroup from the Kuba Kingdom of the Democratic Republic of Congo who originally resided along the Kasai River region. Due to the slash and burn agricultural system they practice, the Lele set up temporary villages as they move every ten to fifteen years. 638 palabras más

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Kano State Government to partner Republic of Guinea to leverage strength to mutual benefits - TalkamNews

Kano State Government is ready and determined to work closely with Republic of Guinea to leverage each other’s strength to mutual benefits.

Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje made the remarks during a one day meeting between Guinean President Alpha Conde and members of Kano Business Community at Kano State Government House.. 111 palabras más

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Use your education to unite the country, Buhari urges NYSC members in Daura

President Muhammadu Buhari Sunday in Daura, Katsina State, challenged members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) to live up to the expectation of the founding fathers by utilising their education and privilege of visiting different parts of the country to unite Nigerians. 421 palabras más

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Pray for Guinea

Capital: Conakry

Population: 10,323,755

Official language: French. Local languages like Fulbe and Malinke are also widely used.

Guinea is a multi-ethnic republic on the West African coast. 64 palabras más

Theology

Djeli Moussa Diawara - Sobindo (1998)

There’s a bunch of stuff on a trampoline. It’s just rained and kids are jumping in slow motion — all the pebbles and branches and the socks coming unstuck from the wet springs — all of it flying up, colliding in the air, rearranging. 38 palabras más

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Buzz...ards!

Ok. So maybe that’s not the scientific name for the Turkey Vulture (Cathartes aura) we have on San Juan Island, but the name “buzzard” is a colloquial catch-all, referring to these and other various large birds of prey. 661 palabras más

Ebola: Half of cases going undetected

An estimated half of Ebola cases in the Democratic Republic of the Congo are going unidentified, the country’s new Ebola response coordinator, Jean-Jacques Muyembe, has told reporters. 213 palabras más

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