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n. pl. Tiwa or Ti·was
1. A member of a group of Pueblo peoples of northern New Mexico.
2. The group of Kiowa-Tanoan languages spoken by the Tiwa.
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Mrs Asante was born on the August 15, 1969, whilst COP, Tiwa Addo-Danquah marks her 50th today.
The nominees for the female category from Nigeria and their works are : Simi's 'I Dun Care'; Tiwa Savage's 'One'; Teni's 'Case'; Yemi Alade's 'Oh My Gosh'; Niniola's Bana.
TIWA also criticized the government for inadequate assistance that has resulted in the victims' being detained after they have been put into the care of the government.
Just a few days ago, in an effort to gain some more clout in West Africa, she dissed Tiwa Savage and she ended up getting called all sorts of names by Nigerians.
Social media across Africa and its diaspora went agog when Tunji Balogun made some very public allegations about his celebrity wife, popstar Tiwa Savage, on his Instagram page, claiming she had been unfaithful to him with some high-profile Nigerian celebrity names; that she cared more about her career than their marriage; and that she didn't cook for him.
Taos: A Topical History is a thoughtful anthology of essays by diverse authors about the history of the Taos Valley region of New Mexico, a land where the legacy of three settler cultures (Tiwa, Spanish, and Anglo) remains.
Accompanied by daughters Tiwa, 14, and Dara, ten, she investigated issues facing girls in some of the remotest regions of the war-ravaged country.
Among them: Renya, a Tiwa Indian and highly respected former governor of Taos Pueblo, which dates back nearly 1,000 years.
Kareem Fahmy, Issam Kassabieh, Tiwa Ompe, Javan Wada, Shabbir Furniturewala, Mussaddiq Hassan and Ahmed Qarjouli took part in Five Days For The Homeless -- an initiative by a charity that creates awareness and raises money for the homeless.
Well they didn't really have to beg for food, because as Nigerian student Tiwa Omope, tells Gulf News, "when people became aware of the campaign" it was easier to secure their meals.
Nigerian student Tiwa Omope, 21, said it was initially daunting not knowing where their next meal would come from, but that it got easier when people became aware of the campaign.