Athol Fugard

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Noun1.Athol Fugard - South African playwright whose plays feature the racial tensions in South Africa during apartheid (born in 1932)
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The headquarters is Fugar which is located about 200 km from the Edo State capital and occupies an area of 660 [km.sup.2] with a population of 94,650 in the 2006 census and a projected population of 107,850 in 2015.
WHILE former Edo State Governor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole was being coronated in Abuja yesterday as the national Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), over 3,000 members of the ruling party decamped to the People's Democratic Party (PDP) at Fugar, Etsako Central local government area of Edo state.
Setri Fugar, (1) Lydia Issac, (1) Alexis Kofi Okoh, (2) Christelle Chedrawy, (3) Nadia El Hangouche, (4) and Neha Yadav (4)
Fugar, "Factors Causing Delay in Building Construction Projects," in Proceedings of the 1st International Postgraduate Research Conference on the Built Environment, Kumasi, Ghana, 2010.
Hence, the Etsako West Local Government Area comprises Auchi, Uzairue (Jettu), Agbede, Anwain, Iyaro (Ivbiaro) South-Ibie, Afashio, Aviele/ Ugioli and Warrake; the Etsako East Local Government Area comprises Agenebode, Oshiolo, Iviagbapue, Imiiakebu, Afana, Imiegba, itsukwi, Ayogwiri, Emokweme, Ekwother, Iviukhua, Okpella, Iviebua, Ibie and Weppa-Wanno; and the Etsako Central Local Government Area comprises Fugar, Anegbette, Udochi and Ogbonna.
2009), Ghana (Fugar, Agyakwah-Baah 2010), Taiwan (Yang, Wei 2010), and India (Doloi et al.