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iSangli Beng if+ 2014!

January 17, 2014 / 0 comments

Wa yisi ma? During one weekend in September 2000, as we returned from a “Kom Meeting” in the New York/New Jersey area, I was reflecting on the importance of communication between kinswo/men who for one reason or the other are living out of KomLand. Limited proximity to each other makes it tricky to have regular/consistent…

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Kom Annual Dance [iB+yn] 2014

January 9, 2014 / 0 comments

Johnson Mukong posted on Facebook 9 hours ago It was during the annual Dance Festival in Laikom (Kom Kingdom) This event brought together all the sons and daughters of Kom Kingdom in and out the country. it is noticed that this event is usually used as a tool to unite the people of the kingdom…

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Boys Dormitory at St Maria Goretti High School Njinikom Burnt Down

January 8, 2014 / 1 comment

Pictures by Julius Peeters Timneng On Wednesday, January 8, 2014 4:08 PM, Marie Therese Diang <mtdiang@yahoo.com> wrote: Woin na ghem, Here are some details as I experienced it. Internet is not the best since 3 days ago. Pics are too heavy and cannot be sent right now but i will keep trying. It was about…

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Walking the Walk in Kom Kingdom: C. Chiatiah

October 24, 2013 / 0 comments

The real Producers in Kom Kingdom = Young driven individuals like Christian Chiatiah. These are the kind of people who need support from the community, unless you have no appetite for n’dongs+. Update: actually young man is from Lebialem. I thought Foyn Yuh conquered this place … Anyway, hard work pays.

Isangli klismein! Isangli beng if+ 2013!

January 3, 2013 / 0 comments

Wa yisi ma? During one weekend in September 2000, as we returned from a “Kom Meeting” in the New York/New Jersey area, I was reflecting on the importance of communication between kinswo/men who for one reason or the other are living out of KomLand. Limited proximity to each other makes it tricky to have regular/consistent…

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ST. ANTHONY’S SCHOOL NJINIKOM: THE CRADLE OF EDUCATION 1928-2012

October 27, 2012 / 0 comments

Ntum ìjùŋ!!! If you like fact-checking, documenting information and feeding your mind’s eyes with fun memories of your early days at school, then Timneng Julius Peerter Tohmuntain’s ST. ANTHONY’S SCHOOL NJINIKOM: THE CRADLE OF EDUCATION 1928-2012 is a must read. ST. ANTHONY’S SCHOOL NJINIKOM: THE CRADLE OF EDUCATION 1928-2012 is a well-researched and meticulously crafted…

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Kom Art in the Global Space

October 11, 2012 / 0 comments

Wa yisi ma? I am not sure that Kom citizens are aware of this (now ended) event which placed Kom at an important level in the cultural map of Africa. When we say every M+kohmangoh can walk tall and beat their chest anyway they want, that is because our ancestors left us with (not gold/silver)…

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KOMrades, Cheer Up!

October 5, 2012 / 0 comments

Take a step and another. Walk with your head up. Look to the sky. It also belongs to you. Beat your chest. Who else should do it but you? Talk. If not, No one will hear you Walk tall and strong. After all, You are known as gh+M+kohmangoh – The Rock Scampering Warriors of Kom…

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Wanaku – Music, Dreams, Education and Love of Kom

August 16, 2012 / 3 comments

Are you looking for a good cause? You have come to the right place! Welcome to “Indigenous People”, the fifth album from Wanaku Verdzekov whose real names are Kenneth Komtagni alias KK. This 13-track album is rich, creatively arranged and recorded and produced by Wanaku. Its glorious cover design features one of those pictures that…

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June 2011 GCE Results in Boyo Division

August 13, 2012 / 0 comments

Greetings to the House, I have to thank Bobe Ankiambom Chia for presenting the June 2012 GCE results in a slightly different perspective. My presentation is in the same format as last year. This will make comparison faster and easier even though a few more schools have been added. Remember I have gleaned the results…

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