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English grammar violated by Patrick Obahiagbon

English grammar violated by Patrick Obahiagbon

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  • Duration: 3:05
  • Updated: 12 Oct 2012
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Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon occupying English on this one.. LOl
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Brighton & Hove Remembrance Day Sunday March Past 2010

Brighton & Hove Remembrance Day Sunday March Past 2010

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  • Duration: 4:22
  • Updated: 14 Nov 2010
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March Past Parade Salvation Army Brass Band "Sussex by the sea" Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. & Sussex County Cricket Club Royal Sussex Regiment Christ's Hospital Bluecoat School, War Memorial Old Steine Laurence Binyon The Last Post British Army wreaths Mayor of Brighton Hove march past "Sussex by the sea" Madeira Drive air cadets East Sussex Police Fire and Rescue Service South Coast Ambulance Queen Prince William MPC Afghanistan Britain Armed Forces ceremony Cenotaph poppy WAAF Caroline Lucas poppies Royal Legion tuition fees dead Salvation army Congress Hall band University of Sussex students theatre protest Territory death T.A unit Jesus wooden crosses 1st Second World War Navy Military Preparation College Sea CadetsBurroughs, Joseph •Chasseur, BrandonCook, Rosie •Cook, Katie •Crickmore, Kyle •Crowhurst, BeckyCumming, Stefan •D'Alessio, SimoneFletcher, DavidGreen, Kieran •Hopkins, SamuelHumphrey, Nicholas • Ashiagbor Emily •James, BenjaminJeffery, Jack •Martin, Verity •Mayell, RyanMorris, DaisieMurray, Louise •Nicholas, OliverOwen, JacobPulham, Francis •Pulham, Alex •Ralfe, Siobhan •Roskilly, Louis •Ruston, Athol •Sandle, William (Billy) •Searle, Alice •Shrimpton, Joe •Sigurbjornsson, Hans •Symes, Natasha •Tinnion, Kenny •Trangmar, Thomas •Trangmar, AshleyMiddleton Kate •Walker-Kreouzis, Leo Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgendered Community FC United of Manchester
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Maa B - Ga Mashie

Maa B - Ga Mashie

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  • Duration: 1:07
  • Updated: 03 Apr 2013
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ACET is the local managing partner for the Rockefeller Foundation's Informal City Dialogues, Accra (ICD Accra). It is our task to conduct these dialogues in the city and to bring together a diverse group of citizens representing public, private, civic, industry, non-profits, local philanthropies, workers, street vendors, urban poor groups, academe, women and youth who will consider scenarios for the future of Accra in 2040. Community focal persons have been enrolled to help us reach people from three excluded communities;Ga Mashie and Fadama (also known as Sodom and Gomorrah - the largest slum settlement in Accra), and Nima which is a predominantly muslim community also referred to as "zongos", whose inhabitants are often migrants from the regions, working in informal sectors and traditionally seen as an excluded minority. An important legacy that we want to leave in excluded communities from this project, is the opportunity for people to imagine a better future for themselves and for their city. In order to share the ideas of this process more effectively, we are launching a short YouTube video competition called Accra Future-Now Video Competition. 78 volunteers took part in 3-minute video recording, to answer three short questions on film: a. What are your hopes and fears for the future of your community? b. What would you like to change about where you live? c. How will things improve when that change comes?
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Oko Mitchel of Ga Mashie Speaks to the ICD Accra Team

Oko Mitchel of Ga Mashie Speaks to the ICD Accra Team

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  • Updated: 03 Apr 2013
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The African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET) is the local managing partner for theThe African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET) is the local managing partner for the Rockefeller Foundation's Informal City Dialogues, Accra (ICD Accra). It is our task to conduct these dialogues in the city and to bring together a diverse group of citizens representing public, private, civic, industry, non-profits, local philanthropies, workers, street vendors, urban poor groups, academe, women and youth who will consider scenarios for the future of Accra in 2040. Community focal persons have been enrolled to help us reach people from three excluded communities;Ga Mashie and Fadama (also known as Sodom and Gomorrah - the largest slum settlement in Accra), and Nima which is a predominantly muslim community also referred to as "zongos", whose inhabitants are often migrants from the regions, working in informal sectors and traditionally seen as an excluded minority. An important legacy that we want to leave in excluded communities from this project, is the opportunity for people to imagine a better future for themselves and for their city. In order to share the ideas of this process more effectively, we are launching a short YouTube video competition called Accra Future-Now Video Competition. 78 volunteers took part in 3-minute video recording, to answer three short questions on film: a. What are your hopes and fears for the future of your community? b. What would you like to change about where you live? c. How will things improve when that change comes? The project team will select 10 finalists whose videos will be compiled into a short DVD, these recordings will be placed on the ICD ACCRA YouTube website for broadcast during April. The top three winners will cash prizes and support to encourage them in community advocacy. Names will be announced in April and winners invited to attend a presentation dinner on Tuesday April 23rd 2013 in Accra. , Accra (ICD Accra). It is our task to conduct these dialogues in the city and to bring together a diverse group of citizens representing public, private, civic, industry, non-profits, local philanthropies, workers, street vendors, urban poor groups, academe, women and youth who will consider scenarios for the future of Accra in 2040. Community focal persons have been enrolled to help us reach people from three excluded communities;Ga Mashie and Fadama (also known as Sodom and Gomorrah - the largest slum settlement in Accra), and Nima which is a predominantly muslim community also referred to as "zongos", whose inhabitants are often migrants from the regions, working in informal sectors and traditionally seen as an excluded minority. An important legacy that we want to leave in excluded communities from this project, is the opportunity for people to imagine a better future for themselves and for their city. In order to share the ideas of this process more effectively, we are launching a short YouTube video competition called Accra Future-Now Video Competition. 78 volunteers took part in 3-minute video recording, to answer three short questions on film: a. What are your hopes and fears for the future of your community? b. What would you like to change about where you live? c. How will things improve when that change comes? The project team will select 10 finalists whose videos will be compiled into a short DVD, these recordings will be placed on the ICD ACCRA YouTube website for broadcast during April. The top three winners will cash prizes and support to encourage them in community advocacy. Names will be announced in April and winners invited to attend a presentation dinner on Tuesday April 23rd 2013 in Accra.
https://wn.com/Oko_Mitchel_Of_Ga_Mashie_Speaks_To_The_Icd_Accra_Team
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