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The Obamba are an ethnic group located largely in Gabon's Haut-Ogooué Province and the Republic of Congo.[1] The Obamba people's traditional language is Mbama or Mbete, which is often also referred to as Obamba.[2]

  1. ^ "State Department page on Gabon". Retrieved 2008-09-05.
  2. ^ "Ethnologue website: Gabon". Archived from the original on 2008-09-15. Retrieved 2008-09-05.

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Mbama people

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Haut-Ogooué Province and the Republic of Congo. The Obamba people's traditional language is Mbama or Mbete, which is often also referred to as Obamba. "State...

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September 2009. "Nigerian Police call for increased surveillance on pipelines". People's Daily. 14 May 2006. Retrieved 26 September 2009. "DISCOURSE: Ehindero...

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2009 to September 2010. He was appointed IGP upon the retirement of Mike Mbama Okiro. Ogbonna Okechukwu Onovo was born on 7 February 1953 in Nkanu Local...

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fane four malbu five mage six kandjiç seven kote eight malfa nine pela ten mbama eleven 10 + 1 twelve 10 + 2 fifteen 10 + 5 twenty nuçans (? < nuli çans...

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inhabited by Isu people, a subgroup of the Igbo people.[citation needed] In Amauzari tradition, the town is named after Ndugba, child of Mbama Onyeukwu. As...

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(4.0 nm), Sounga (1.4 nm), Mbama (2.2 nm) and Livikou (1.0 nm). A path from Mbigou leads to Kembélé, used by the Nzabi people. This region of Gabon is very...

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1978 African Cup of Nations squads

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