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Ẹ káàbọ̀ sí Abibitumi Kasa (Black Power Language) Afrikan Language and Liberation Institutes! Akwaaba aba Abibitumi Kasa (Black Power Language) Afrikan Language and Liberation Institutes! Welcome mike
Mekyea wo, mo ki yin @mike,
Yɛma wo akwaaba, ẹ káàbọ̀ sí Abibitumi Kasa (Black Power Language) Afrikan Language and Liberation Institutes.
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We also recommend, particularly for potential students of our live streaming online classes, that you go through the online instructional videos that show you how to do everything from post a thread, login to member classroom and how to set up deskpins and audio/video functionality:
You'll enjoy your stay here as your mission intersects with our own. Feel free to drink of the healing waters which flow through this medium and let us know when and where we may be of assistance! My name is Ọbádélé, but I'm also known here as Ɔkyeame Kwame. I teach three Afrikan languages here (Akan (Twi), Yorùbá and Wolof) and Capoeira (here in Ghana). I'm also a survival training instructor with a formation known as the Black Survival Network/OLSP.
We hope you enjoy your reAfrikanization and dewhitenization processes here at Abibitumi Kasa (Black Power Language) Afrikan Language and Liberation Institutes
Ọbádélé Kwame Kambon
Abibitumi Kasa Founder and Admin
"African champions must break the chain that links African ideas to European ones and listen to the voice of the ancestors without European interpreters."
-Jacob Carruthers, "Mdw Ntr"
Ma ku Mbôngi, ka matômbulawanga za ko.
"The community's political institution does not borrow foreign dialects to discuss its' political matters or to educate its' members"
- Kikongo proverb
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