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kuti

(ɡuːˈðiː)
n
1. (Animals) a female dog; bitch
2. derogatory a woman or girl regarded as unpleasant or contemptible
[C21: Hindi]
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Gloria is survived by her daughters and their families: Roberta (Joseph) Kuti; Debra (Glenn) Anton; and five grandchildren, Danielle Kuti Aguilar, Heather Kuti, Geoff Anton, Nathan Anton, and Tyler Anton.
Some 11 governors attended the meeting at State House among them Council of Governors' health committee chair Mohamed Kuti of Isiolo.
Positive Force Band led by the Afro beat maestro, Femi Kuti, serenaded the audience at his new album performance entitled: One People One World.
Governor Mohamed Kuti, Kenya Red Cross Secretary-General Abbas Gullet and his team who were having a meeting at Dr Kuti's office also had a chance to see the big cats.
A hotbed of empowerment and uplift, the latest from Femi, eldest son of the late great Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, enriches a noble family tradition.
Nigerian Afrobeat musician Femi Kuti has had a strange month.
There are few 20th Century musicians more appealing and complicated than Fela Kuti (1938-1997: Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti, also known as Fela Anikulapo Kuti).
Famous as the mother of the musician and composer Fela Kuti, Ransome-Kuti was formidable in her own right.
Now a major exhibition at the British Library from 16 October 2015-16 February 2016, and the first to showcase the British Library's vast African collections, West Africa: Word, Symbol, Song aims to trace a thousand years of the region's rich history and celebrate its cultural dynamism, from early symbolic scripts and illuminated manuscripts to the writings of Wole Soyinka and the music of Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti.
Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 Band, Sage Gateshead SEUN Kuti is the youngest son of Nigerian legend Fela Kuti and the Egypt 80 is his father's band.
On Wednesday night, Nigeria's Seun Kuti and Egypt 80 should make for a lively and colourful night in the Sage Gateshead's Hall 2.
Other stars appearing in the One Campaign's two-minute video include Vincent Cassel, Akon, Ellie Goulding, German soccer star Per Mertesacker and African musicians Fally Ipupa, Angelique Kidjo, Femi Kuti and Ice Prince.