bakor

bakor

Also known as a “boko,” this is a “houngan” involved in black magic.
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In addition to a lecture on bats with chiropterologist Peter Bakor, visitors set out on a field trip."We caught flying bats with special nets," the zoo said.
Mohila Vice Chairman Lecturer Suraiya Akhter Koli, Zila Parishad Member Abu Bakor Siddique, Abul Kalam Joarder and Education Officer Abdur Rouf spoke, among others.
In a sharp rebuttal to issues raised by Zani and his team, Huhu Musah, spokesman for both the MP and DCE rubbished the claims, saying before Mohammed Bakor became a DCE, he was a teacher and businessman, who supplied fertiliser to farmers.
Ambassador Jamal Bakor Balkhoyor, director general of the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Makkah, said: "On behalf of myself and the consuls in Makkah, I congratulate you on the success of this year's Hajj season, which was unique by all means.
Jamal Bakor Balkhoyor, Director General, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Makkah Region, was chief guest at the occasion.
The most durable were of concrete construction and of these 12 large building complexes survive, with four on Eneu Island (Streck 1990: 253 shows two additional buildings--an "Eroded Concrete Building" and a "Sheet Metal Building"), two on Bikini Island, one to the south of the Bravo Crater, and one each on the islands of Nam (Figures 4 and 5), Bakor, Aoemen (Figure 6), Aerkoj and Jabej.