nganga


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nganga

A special cauldron which holds the magical powers and potions of a mayombero.
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A few months ago, in a six-minute clip, Nganga was heard cautioning some bishops against disrespecting his wife.
His most beloved piece, however, is the widely published and exhibited Congolese mask of a Kongo-Yombe diviner-healer (nganga diphomba-, Fig.
There were times the music came first, like 'Nganga.' The melody and lyrics of which took nearly two months to finish.'
Hindi din makahanap nang work kaya itong pasko at bagong taon mukhang nganga kami ([I was] saddened, now that it is Christmas, I cannot find a job that is why we I'm guessing that we will have nothing this Christmas and New Year)," he said
The target religions have responded in varied ways; for instance, members of the Traditional Bukusu religion have not only refuted the Christian beliefs that are inimical to the Traditional Bukusu religious beliefs and practices, but they have also endeavoured to legitimize Traditional Bukusu religious beliefs and practices (Nganga, 2018).
Nganga: Bashers na nagsabing bilang na ang araw ni Maine Mendoza sa show biz .
"There are two other dams which are leaking," one resident, Stephen Nganga, said.
In Regla de Palo, the main source of power is the Nganga, a cauldron full of magical sticks, human bones, earth, and powders, all found in nature.
October 1, 2014 Rumbek -- Lakes state's military caretaker governor, Maj-Gen Matur Chut Dhuol, and speaker Baipath Relpuou have disagreed over an order issued on Wednesday for the arrest of Rumbek North MP Marik Nganga Marik.
Kalibala, Sam, Waimar Tun, Peter Cherutich, Anne Nganga, Erick Oweya, and Patricia Oluoch.