Ndongo


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Ndong·o

 (ən-dông′gō)
n. pl. Ndongo or Ndong·os
See Mbundu.

Mbun•du

(ˈbʊn du, əmˈbʊn-)

n., pl. -dus, (esp. collectively) -du.
1.
a. a member of an African people or group of peoples of N Angola.
b. the Bantu language of the Mbundu.
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On Thursday Boko Haram killed 17 people in the nearby village of Ndongo, which they looted and set ablaze, Maina said.
Inaugurated on 18 February 2014 in Yaounde, it constitutes a "reference basis for setting up scientific excellence centres", according to Jacques Fame Ndongo, Minister for Higher Education in Cameroon.
The launch will be hosted by the Bank s Resident Representative to Senegal, Lamine Mamadou Ndongo, and will include speeches by Senegal s Minister of the Economy and Finance, Amadou Ba, and representatives from the Bank s Quality Assurance and Results Department.
Senegal's anti-corruption campaign proved a powerful force as popular artists like the rapper Ndongo D of the group Dra-J joined journalists and activists in mobilising the public.
It [sexual exploitation] is immoral and criminal," added Ndongo Seh who is co-chair of the task force in charge of the campaign.
Largely, Dutch commentators would like to pretend that they never heard of figures like Queen Njingha Mbandi of Ndongo (in modern Angola) who fought gallantly to drive the Portuguese slavers out of her realm.
Sixty learners from Olof Palme Primary School, fourty from Dr Frans "Aupa" Ndongo Primary School and twenty from Otjomuise Primary School participated.
Ndongo Niang Ba Mouhamed, Economic Counsellor at the Embassy of Senegal, Mr.
Et selon Jacques Fame Ndongo, le Ballon d'Or africain 1984 etait tout simplement un virtuose du ballon rond.