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liteke

i am overwhelmed in reading all u have got,inshort this atleast will educate bakwerian on their culture and other aspects.
i am a bakweian in the diaspora atleast this will make me feel at home all the time.i will like to suggest that songs should be included for those of us who are fans of bakweri songs.

Limunga ENOW

Goat and Leopard?????
Who is to keep away from the other????
Am not arguing folktales, it just beats my imagination.
Na open eye that or na wetin???????
Limunga ENOW.

monangai john monangai

WHEN I CAME OVER THIS WEBSITE BAKERIRAMA, I NEVER PASSED A DAY WITHOUT READING ITS CONTENTS AT LEAST IT MAKES ME FEEL AT HOME JUST AS IF AM IN BOKWANGO. THOSE OF US THAT ARE IN ABORAD FEEL REALLY AT HOME AND THE STORY OF THE GOAT AND THE LEOPARD IS REALLY A THOUGH DEBATE BECAUSE WE HAVE BEEN DEBATING ON IT SERIOUSLY, AM THE ASSISTANT PRESIDENT OF THE BAKWERI CULTURAL GROUP HERE IN BRUSSELS AND WE REALLY LIKE TO WORK WITH THE EDITORIAL DEPARTMENTS SINCE AM A JOURNALIST BY PROFESION WORKING WITH RADIO BUNDESLIGA. MORE POWERS TO YOUR ELBOWS ADIOS.

MONANGAI JOHN MONANGAI

GREETINGS TO ALL THE BAKWERIAN COMMUNITIES WHERE EVER THEY MAY BE. THE BAKWERI CULTURAL ASSOCIATION IN BRUSSELS OF WHICH AM THE ASSISTANT PRESIDENT WISH ALL THE EDITORIAL BOARD OF THE BAKERIRAMA MORE POWERS TO THEIR ELBOWS AND LETTING THEM TO KNOW THAT WE ARE READY TO WORK WITH THEM SINCE WE MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION ARE PLANNING TO OPEN A RADIO CHANNEL HERE IN BRUSSELS IN THE NAME OF "BAKWERI VOICE RADIO" WE WILL LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU PEOPLE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. AS MY CAPACITY IN THE COMMUNICATION FIELD AND OF WHICH I HOLD THE POST OF CHIEF REPORTER ON AFRICAN NEWS WILL HELP AND BOOST UP OUR CULTURE AND THE FUTURE OF OUR CHILDREN TO BE BORN, PEACE AND LET US UNITE FOR ONE.

Tina B

Translation done for Italian-African Festival

Il leopardo e il caprone (Favola Camerunese del popolo Bakweri)
Il leopardo e il caprone erano amici. Un giorno sono usciti insieme. Si sono costruiti una capanna in un punto isolato nella giungla, in cui potevano vivere. Il leopardo è andato a a caccia. Ha avuto la fortuna di trovare tanti animali. Con gli animali cacciati, il leopardo e il caprone hanno vissuto per un certo numero di giorni. Poi e venuto il turno del caprone di andare a caccia. Ma invece di cacciare il caprone è andato a un cacciatore ed ha comprato la carne. Inoltre ha comprato dal cacciatore una pelle del leopardo.
Una volta raggiunto la casa, il caprone ha nascosto la pelle del leopardo indietro della capanna.
Nei giorni seguenti hanno mangiato tutta la carne ed infine erano obbligati ad andare a letto senza pasto.
Alla mezzanotte il leopardo si è alzato, e ha tirato il piedino al caprone gridando: " Ehi, vuoi cercami un boccone da mangiare? "
Il caprone si è svegliata, ed ha gridato: " Che cosa vuole a me? Non sai che ho già ucciso e mangiato molti leopardi? Stai calmo, o ti mangierò anche!
Subito dopo è andato prendere la pelle del leopardo ed ha mostrato al leopardo dicendo: " Vedi questo? Stai attento, o questo accadrà alla tua vostra propria pelle. Annusa bene, io sono una capra abbastanza pericolosa, te lo assicuro. Fai il saggio e vattene!Allora il leopardo ha cominciato a temere per la sua vita e ha fuggito. Fino ad oggi nessun leopardo ha toccato mai un caprone.

mose mosima

Hay /this is MOSIMA MOSES from soppo,living in philadelphia united state over 30 years interested to make a movie about the origin of the bakwerian. The three brothers Bakweri Mbende , Douala Mbende and Bomboko Mbende The myth of EFASAMOTE THE god of the mount Fako .Please respond . My company is www.philadelphiahelicoptersvc.com. go to email. Bakwerians every where / MUCH LOVE.

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