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Maakye o, mehuu wo akyɛ wɔ ha. M'ani da so sɛ biribiara rekɔ so bɔkɔɔ ɛde ama wo ne w'abusuafoɔ.
Ẹ káàárọ̀ o, ó ti pẹ́ ti mo ti rí yín gbẹ̀hìn níbí. Mo ní ìretí pé gbogbo nǹkan ń lọ déédé fún yín àti àwọn ará ilé.
Naka suba si? Gej naa la gis fi. Yakaar naa ne jàmm nga am. Naka waa ker it am?
Good morning. it's been a long time since I've seen you here. I hope everything's going well for you and your family.
Htp Warrior King..... good to see you here
Mekyea wo (greetings) Bro Cadence.....glad for the connection here!
Sending strong, positive vibes to you and the family.
Mekyea wo, mo ki yin @Bro. Cadence;,
Yɛma wo akwaaba, ẹ káàbọ̀ sí Abibitumi Kasa (Black Power Language) Afrikan Language and Liberation Institutes. Welcome.
First things first, you'll want to update your profile pic, avatar and your individual user settings at http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/usercp.php
We know there's quite a lot of information here and it can be daunting, though if you're familiar with how online forums work, you'll breeze through everything. We recommend that new users take advantage of the FAQ section of the Help Center to see how the site works at: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/help-center/
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: http://www.abibitumikasa.com/forums/...tional-videos/
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
Please be sure to check out our class offerings at http://www.abibitumikasa.com/classes.php
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