obang

obang

(ˈəʊbæŋ)
n
(Currencies) a Japanese gold coin, rectangular in shape, that is no longer in common usage and is only used as a ceremonial or special contribution
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Members of the editorial board include: Emmanuel Akyeampong, Peter Alegi, Misty Bastian, Sara Berry, Barbara Cooper, Marc Epprecht, Lidwien Kapteijns, Meredith McKittrick, Pashington Obang, David Schoenbrun, Heather Sharkey, Ann B.
Social Worker Teresita Obang told reporters on Thursday that they learned of the boy's predicament through a call made to the Kean Gabriel Hotline, which was established last year to respond to child abuse cases in the city.
Obang who became the first government official to respond to the assessment argued that his country, which split from Sudan in July 2011, was still a young nation, likening it to a child, and should not be compared to other nations.
It was attended by Kenya s cabinet secretary and interior minister, Joseph Ole Lenku; South Sudan s foreign affairs minister, Benjamin Marial; Ethiopia s foreign affairs state minister, Omod Obang Olom and Uganda s state minister for internal affairs, James Baba and several MPs from the region.
Your African brother, Obang Metho, Executive Director of the SMNE
Operations director Martin Allen said: "We are now looking at designing a really fast firework that lasts for 10 seconds and will be called the Obang.
No one should believe that these investors are there to feed starving Africans, create jobs or improve food security" said Obang Metho of Solidarity Movement for New Ethiopia.
All For FunO tagline, as well as the song OBang the DrumO by Todd Rundgren.
Catholic Charities needed to find a home in two days for two brothers, Obang Okor, 15, and Omot Okor, 17, who didn't speak English and had a fifth-grade education.
South Sudan's Foreign Affairs Minister Benjamin Marial, Kenya's Cabinet Secretary of Ministry of Interior and Coordination, Ole Lenku and Omod Obang, the state minister of Federal Affairs of the Ethiopia, were among the officials who attended the meeting.
Jonglei state governor Kuol Manyang Juuk and chairperson of the members' affairs committee in the national assembly, Mark Nyipuoc Obang, have been appointed as members, while Peter Bashir Gbandi has been named as secretary of the committee.
Reached by phone Gambela regional president, Omod Obang, on Sunday confirmed to Sudan Tribune that Ojulu had been killed, however the official declined to give further details on the matter.