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kago

(ˈkɑːɡəʊ)
n, pl kagos
a simple Japanese sedan chair consisting of one crossbeam carried by two bearers
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For his part, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Youth Empowerment, Sport and Culture Development, Kago Ramokate said the dinner invitation was the greatest motivation for the Zebras to advance to proper levels of the qualifiers.
In 1990, he joined his father Peter Kago and three siblings to setting up Magic Super Stores in Nakuru.
Naivas founder, Peter Mukuha Kago, died in 2010 and left his children, among them Mr David Mukuha (director) and Simon Gashwe Mukuha (who died on Monday) as the heirs of the business.Other siblings who own shares in Naivas include sisters Grace Wambui Mukuha and Linet Wairimu.
Kago Kagichiri, creator of the online tutorial platform Eneza Education, shows the application on his phone.
Other speakers included the local Member of Parliament Gabriel Kago wa Lydiah and Kiambu County Commissioner Wilson Wanyanga.
Antonova, "Slovo o zhitii i o prestavlenii velikogo kniazia Dmitriia Ivanovicba, tsaria Rus'kago (atributsii i zhanra)," Trudy Otdela drennerusskoi literatury (hereafter TODRL) 28 (1974): 140-54; and G.
According to the press release, the ceremony was also attended by the Nuba Mountains acting governor Bolus Shai'ir, mayor of Um Dorain district, mayor of Tubo (Al-Buram) Iscial Koko Talodi, mayor of Hiban Saeed Kago besides commanders of SPLA-N technical units.
Onile mo kago I pay necessary homage to the homeowner Ki n to wole.
Kago, "Competence of health care providers on care of newborns at birth in a level-1 health facility in Yaounde, Cameroon," Pan African Medical Journal, vol.