wali

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wali

(ˈwɑːlɪ)
n, pl -lis
(Islam) a divinely inspired leader; saint
[Arabic]
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"Companies are wiser now, they have realised that people are buying likes and followers so they are looking beyond the numbers," CEO of Password Ventures Faki Liwali explains."There is a lot of money to be made if you can demonstrate that you have real influence over your followers.
Liwali worked as a support staff based at Baricho station.
Mia reached the town of Chake Chake and sought the help of the liwali, who gave her freedom but 'committed her to the care' of Ibrahim bin Madini (p.
The story of Sheikh-Sir Mbarak bin Ali al Hinawy, former liwali of Mombasa, told in a recently released book, brings to light an often-overlooked part of the sultanate's history
Khalifa is the twelfth son of Sheikh-Sir Mbarak bin Ali al Hinawy (KBE), the former liwali (governor) of Mombasa, part of the erstwhile Sultanate of Zanzibar.
His son, Khalifa bin Mbarak Al Hina'i, explains, "This book is an account of the life and times of my beloved father, Sheikh-Sir Mbarak bin Ali Al Hinawy KBE, who served in the capacity of Liwali (Governor) for the Coast of Kenya from 1941-1959.
(45) The sole exception was Ali bin Divani, the deposed Liwali of Tanga.
class="MsoNormalAccording to court documents, the plots - valued at Sh500 million and Sh240 million each - belong to the father of the complainants, the late Liwali Sheikh Bin Khaflan.
After the Democrat closed, Achariar worked as private secretary for Ali bin Salim, liwali of the Kenya