matoke


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matoke

(maˈtɔkɛ)
n
(Cookery) (in Uganda) the flesh of bananas, boiled and mashed as a food
[C20: from Luganda]
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5 million costs, while Mr Jeremiah Matoke was asked to pay Sh5 million petition costs.
Miruka's victory is being challenged by ODM's Jeremiah Matoke.
Staple dishes like posho, irio, ugali, mboga, and matoke are composed without meat; meat and other essential proteins are very expensive and are very rarely eaten by the average Kenyan household (Stanford).
27] Alice Nambiro Wechuli, Geoffrey Muchiri Muketha, Nahason Matoke, "Cyber Security Assessment Framework": Case of Government Ministries in Kenya, International Journal of Technology in Computer Science & Engineering, ISSN 2349-1582, 2014, http://www.
Matooke, also known as Matoke or Ibitoke is a meal consisting of steamed green banana (similar to a plantain), popular in different parts of Africa.
25 a day, they cannot afford to buy much - especially when food prices rise due to poor harvests, as recently happened in Uganda where matoke, cassava flour and bean prices were respectively 125, 70 and 40 percent higher than the previous year.
Kamau L, Agai D, Matoke D, Wachira L, Gikandi G, Vulule JM.
Matoke The timing of this is nothing short of joke.
A Latino Jesus might have offered corn or beans, while a Jesus born into sub-Saharan Africa could have provided matoke or plantains as the staple to feed the physical and spiritual hungers of his contemporaries.
But our children have been raised with the stories of his African upbringing - his dog, Carl, who, with spectacular misjudgement, once bit the Bishop of Uganda, the colour-changing chameleons in the mango tree that provided hours of entertainment and the peanut stew and matoke that were favourite family foods.
In her 33-page ruling, Justice Winfridah Okwany said that the petitioner, Jeremiah Matoke, did not convince the court to grant scrutiny.