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Noun1.okey - an endorsementokey - an endorsement; "they gave us the O.K. to go ahead"
imprimatur, sanction, countenance, endorsement, indorsement, warrant - formal and explicit approval; "a Democrat usually gets the union's endorsement"
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Convener and Chief Servant of the MaryAnn Okpalaukwu-led Jesus Armi, made the statement during the ' Way Forward For Nigeria' outing in collaboration with Early Christian Ministries, Ofuma Kids Management Team, among others under the chairmanship of the National Chairman of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), Chief Ralphs Okey Nwosu, in Awka, on Monday.
It shows the dog named Okey being cradled by one of its owners while it struggled to breathe.
Pag meron akong naririnig, hindi naman totoo, okey lang," she added.
Last March, the production company hinted on Instagram that the '90s love team might reprise the roles of Bujoy and Ned in the hit film "Labs Kita, Okey Ka Lang?" In it, the two played best friends who eventually fell in love with each other.
Ross Wilson's mount finally headed the the pace-setting Okey Dokey on the inner after two out before asserting close to home to score by a length.
"By providing our local youth with the tools they need to succeed in the sciences, we can help fuel their passions and foster new innovation in the fields of science and technology," said Okey Maduka, PPG sales manager, architectural coatings, Dallas-Fort Worth.
This will be the two celebrities' team-up following their 1998 film 'Labs Kita, Okey Ka Lang?' where they played the roles Ned (Agustin) and Bujoy (Magdangal).
Former under 23 women's coach Cathrine Mabwi said: 'Berruto has taught us that it's okey not to record good results when are you starting the coaching carrier but with time positive results will come.'
Afreximbank has decided to make available to Tunisia two lines of credit totaling $ 800 million, equivalent to 2.4 billion dinars, CEO of the African Export-Import Bank, Afreximbank, Benedict Okey Oramah, announced on Tuesday.
A USD 500 million-worth credit line was opened for to support trade and export of Tunisian goods and another USD 300 million-worth credit line was allocated to help Tunisian banks finance investment and trade in Africa, Afreximbank President & CEO Benedict Okey Oramah told reporters after meeting with Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed on Monday in Kasbah palace.
(TAP) - Discussions are still ongoing with the Tunisian authorities on the allocation of $ 500 million to boost trade and investment opportunities between Tunisia and African countries, Benedict Okey Oramah, CEO of the African export-import bank (Afreximbank).