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Noun1.Kamba - a Bantu language spoken by the Kamba in Kenya
Bantoid language, Bantu - a family of languages widely spoken in the southern half of the African continent
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Makueni Governor Prof Kivutha Kibwana has denied reports that he has been meeting his colleagues Charity Ngilu (Kitui) and Alfred Mutua (Machakos) in closed door meetings meant to sway the Kamba vote for their selfish ends.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 27 (ANI): The Maharashtra government in a notice has requested NDRF, Air Command, Navy, Air Force and the military to conduct rescue operation in Kamba Petrol Pump and Riverwing Resort, in Thane on Saturday.
In a statement, Speaker of the Assembly, Honourable Abdulmumini Kamba maintained that it declined to confirm Justice Karatu as Chief Judge due to alterations and inconsistencies in her credentials.
Toward an African Church in Mozambique: Kamba Simango and the Protestant Community in Manica and Sofala, 1892-1945.
One study found they can use smell to distinguish between the Maasai, a group that hunts elephants, and the Kamba, who are primarily farmers and pose no threat.
According to police, Qaiser and Fouzia hailing from Kamba Khurd area of Mandi Bahauddin entered into love marriage despite opposition by their families.
Also designated Thursday were Khalid al-Barnawi and Abubakar Adam Kamba, who have ties to Boko Haram and to al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, the State Department said.
Teesside student Blaise Kamba was forcibly removed to the DRC two years ago.
The death of the student, Michiko Kamba, a 22-year-old senior at the University of Tokyo, happened in the uproar, and those who went through it have wondered about the meaning of the largest mass movement in postwar Japan and how it has affected their subsequent lives and careers over the past half-century.
In the first decade of the 21st century the notion that Paraguay has no Black population still persists, despite the widely acclaimed Afro-Paraguayan dance group Ballet Kamba Cua, which gives performances across the country and in neighboring countries, and whose celebration of St.