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UK BASED RECORDING TRIO UK based trio of Zambian song bird Elaka, DJ Marlon "The Raging Bull" and veteran song writer Mukuka aka "San Saan" recently got together in a London studio and recorded a political song. The track called 'Tulemibechula' was penned by Mukuka who is the lead singer in the track. Backing vocals are by the sexy Elaka and a powerful voice message by Marlon."I have decided to come out rather than being in the back ground as a song writer, this is the begining, more is on the way" said Mukuka. "It was quite amazing and exiting being in a proper studio"added the "Raging Bull""All is fine I liked the song thats why I jumped on the wagon, Im looking foward to more projects like this" Elaka hinted.Photos on the left are of the trio in a recording studio in London.Listen to the song and send your comment.

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Chad’s leader, Idriss Deby has gotten himself a Sudanese beauty, Amani.The Chad leader engaged the daughter to Sudan’s Janjaweed militia leader Musa Hilal towards the end of last year in Khartoum. $25M of the bride price was paid to the father and the rest was given to Amani in form of gold and jewellery.Deby, who is 59 years old is polygamous and has a dozen of children. One of his wives, Hinda, who is the most famous of all, belongs to the Arab branch of Al-Zagawa ethnic group.The latest trophy in the leader’s house is a new university graduate in her 20’s. Amani denies rumours circulating that she was forced by her father to marry the Chad president. “No one has forced me into this marriage, we are not in the Stone Age,” she told local press. Idriss Derby paid $US26M whilst his countrymen wallop in povertyHer father as well denies the claims that he forced his young daughter into marriage for the money. “We in Darfur and peripheral areas intermingle and intermarry, that’s the norm of life in these areas”.He paid $US 26Million whilst his countrymen are walloping in abject poverty.

10 Awesome African Names You’ll Want To Name Your Baby In Western cultures, we tend to choose names that are perhaps historical, or have been passed down in our families, or represent characters we loved in pieces of literature. But in many African cultures, parents choose names for their children with very strong, complex meanings. Here are 10 totally amazing African names you’ll want to name your children(1) AzubuikeAzubuike is a name you’ll find a lot in the Igbo language of Western Africa. It means “the past is your strength” or “unity, the past is your strength” implying the generations that came in this family before this baby have built up strength for the baby(2) EbeleIf you like the name “Bell” or “Bella” but want something more unique, you can get the same sound from this name, but with a very cool meaning: Ebele means “mercy” and “kindness” and is from the Igbo language(3) KatlegoKatlego is from the Twsana language, spoken in southern Africa. It means “success,” which is probably something you thought when you finally finished hours of labor — but also you can pass on good luck and success to your baby(4) MonifaIf you want to steer away from Monica but like some of the sounds, Monifa has a wonderful meaning: it means “I am lucky.” The name comes from the Yoruba culture of southwestern Nigeria and Benin.(5) NkirukaNkiruka can be shortened to just “Nki” (pronounced Nikki) as a nickname. It means “the best is still to come” or “the future is bright” in the Igbo language(6) NnekaIf you want to remind your child to pay his or her mother respect, name him or her Nneka which means “my mother is supreme” in Igbo.(7) OmolaraIf you’ve been estranged from your family, or perhaps were put up for adoption as a child and have been looking to build your own family, you’ll love the name Omolara. It means “a child is family” in the Yoruba culture(8) SekaiSekai comes from the Shona people living in Zimbabwe and Mozambique. The name means “be humorous.”(9) TamratYou could call your child “Tammy” for short. The name Tamrat comes from Amharic, a Semitic language spoken in Ethiopia. It means “Miracle.(10) TendajiYour baby could grow up to be a great entrepreneur if you give him or her this name. Tendaji means “makes things happen” in Swahili

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