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GUOSA LANGUAGE TRAIN-THE-TRAINERS

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Donate for the Guosa Language Train-The-Trainers, a WEST AFTICAN "ECOWAS" Common Indigenous Future Lingua Franca for unity, identity, political stability and African Industrial Revolution (AIR). Guosa is a language for the West Africans, by the West Africans and for the West Africans - a linguistic and cultural democracy! Also, Guosa language will serve the people of West Africans or the ECOWAS member nations like the Swahili experience for the East Africans. www.guosa-language-tv.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apEbZ3Vnaeg
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UC-BERKELEY, CA:
INVITATION TO
2ND ANNUAL GUOSA-LANGUAGE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, 2015
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Subject: Guosa Language International Conference 2015
From: CAS UCB General List

Date of notice: Tue, January 20, 2015 2:45 pm
To: Central for African Studies CAS Announcements
Center for African Studies, UC BerkeleyGeneral Listserv: INVITATION TO
2ND ANNUAL GUOSA LANGUAGE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CAL-STATE UNIVERSITY
HAYWARD CA. 94542
DATES - FRI. AUGUST 21 TO SAT. AUG 22, 2015
THEME: AUTHENTIC INDIGENOUS LINGUA FRANCA FOR WEST AFRICA – HOW?

Guosa Language International Conference is inviting Keynote Speakers, Chief Guest Speakers, Guest Speakers, Observers and participants from all over the world, to brainstorm in finding an Authentic Indigenous Lingua Franca for the West Regional Countries of Africa or the (ECOWAS). Guosa is a language evolution from the West Africans, by the West Africans and for the West Africans. This is linguistic, artistic, scientific, cultural, tourism and technological democracy in historical time line of coming together as truly independent nations of Africa. Please read below for full details about the conference

CONFERENCE LOCATION:
BAYVIEW ROOM
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY HAYWARD,
CALIFORNIA 94542

CALL FOR ABSTRACT PAPERS

An Authentic indigenous lingua franca evolution for the Economic Communities of West African States (ECOWAS) or African continent is well overdue. Linguists are convinced that people’s thought process in the languages of their motherland are more complete, easier, faster to learn, more informative and intra-cultural sense of unity than when they speak other languages that have no identical traditional roots to their ethnicity.

There are many ethnic languages, dialects, fractional tongues in Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Senegal, all other ECOWAS nations of Africa. The Guosa language evolution covered over 200 of these diverse languages, beginning with only two at the historical beginning. Guosa is made up of carefully detailed units of different ethnic languages and dialects. The aims and objectivitives are to enable the West Regional Countries of Africa popularly known as the ECOWAS, and Africans communicate in one common indigenous language and unity. This will in the long run usher in the much needed unity, identity, political stability as well as African Industrial Revolution, AIR.

Conference Organizers:
Vanessa Brooks, (510) 225-9172 Ext. 3
Alex G. Igbineweka, (510) 225-9172 Ext. 1-3
Center for African Studies
University of California, Berkeley
342 Stephens Hall #2314
Berkeley, California 94720-2314
Phone: 510.642.8338
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UC-BERKELEY, CA:
INVITATION TO GUOSA-LANGUAGE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, 2015
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Subject: CASannc- CALL FOR PAPERS: Guosa Language International
Conference
From: CAS-UCB General List

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Date: Tue, January 20, 2015 2:45 pm
To: CAS Announcements
<center_for_african_studies@lists.berkeley.edu>

Center for African Studies, UC Berkeley
General Listserv
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GUOSA LANGUAGE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CAL-STATE UNIVERSITY
HAYWARD CA. 94542
DATES - FRIDAY AUGUST 21 TO MONDAY AUG 24, 2015
THEME: AUTHENTIC INDIGENOUS LINGUA FRANCA FOR WEST AFRICA – HOW?

Guosa Language International Conference is inviting Keynote Speakers, Chief Guest Speakers, Guest Speakers, Observers and participants from all over the world, to brainstorm in finding an Authentic Indigenous Lingua Franca for the West Regional Countries of Africa or the (ECOWAS). Guosa is a language evolution from the West Africans, by the West Africans and for the West Africans. This is linguistic, artistic, scientific, cultural, tourism and technological democracy in historical time line of coming together as truly independent nations of Africa. Please read below for full details about the conference

CONFERENCE LOCATION:
BAYVIEW ROOM
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY HAYWARD,
CALIFORNIA 94542


CALL FOR ABSTRACT PAPERS

An Authentic indigenous lingua franca evolution for the Economic Communities of West African States (ECOWAS) or African continent is well overdue. Linguists are convinced that people’s thought process in the languages of their motherland are more complete, easier, faster to learn, more informative and intra-cultural sense of unity than when they speak other languages that have no identical traditional roots to their ethnicity.

There are many ethnic languages, dialects, fractional tongues in Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Senegal, all other ECOWAS nations of Africa. The Guosa language evolution covered over 200 of these diverse languages, beginning with only two at the historical beginning. Guosa is made up of carefully detailed units of different ethnic languages and dialects. The aims and objectivities of are to enable the West Regional Countries of Africa popularly known as the ECOWAS, and Africans communicate in one common indigenous language and unity. This will in the long run usher in the much needed unity, identity, political stability as well as African Industrial Revolution, AIR.

For more information, please visit:
http://www.guosa-language-tv.com/guosa-language-international-conference.html
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Center for African Studies
University of California, Berkeley
342 Stephens Hall #2314
Berkeley, California 94720-2314
http://africa.berkeley.edu
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Center for African Studies
University of California, Berkeley
342 Stephens Hall #2314
Berkeley, California 94720-2314
http://africa.berkeley.edu
Phone: 510.642.8338

Online Donation for conference administration, and
Guosa Language Train-The-Trainers:
http://www.gofundme.com/2e2z88
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Like the Swahili language for the East Africa, so is the Guosa Language for the West Africa or the Economic Communities of West African States (ECOWAS). Donate today for the Train-The-Trainers Program. Guosa is a language from ECOWAS, for the ECOWAS and by the ECOWAS nations and this is linguistic and cultural democracy! It all started in Nigeria many years ago through the evolution of traditional words, semantics, inter-linguistic anthropological migration and experiences to evolve what is now known as the Guosa Language. For example, English: Please give me water; and in the Guosa language it is translated: Biko fun mi ruwa." The Encyclopedia, definitions and or source of the Guosa language translation are as follows: " biko" meaning "please" and it is a word evolution from Igbo language. " Fun mi""¦meaning "give me" evolved from the Yoruba, Efik, Itsekiri, Berom etc languages. And, "ruwa""¦meaning "water", from the Hausa, Fulani, Nupe, fulfulde languages etc. Similarly you can say: "biko, fun mi abinchi" meaning "please give me food" by reading and following the Guosa language linguistic rules. Right now we are in the process of inaugurating the Guosa Language Train-The-Trainers program starting from Abuja and we expect to spread the language tutorial classes to all other countries of West Africa. When the Guosa language is fully established it will serve the people of West Africa, like the Swahili language for the East African bloc. Whereas we already have the Arabic as the major link in the Northern Part of Africa. The Guosa language will encourage and sustain Love, Unity, international tourism, cultural stimulation, political stability, identity and above all "“ African Industrial Revolution (AIR). Please donate for the Guosa Language Train-the-trainers program and engrave your names and businesses upon the stone of posterity. Send your donation to: Guosa Educational, Scientific & Cultural Inst., Inc.
US Regional Office:
1529 92nd Ave
Oakland, CA 94603
Teliwaya (Telephone): (510) 225-9172 Ext. 1, 2 & 5
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apEbZ3Vnaeg
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LIKE THE SWAHILI FOR THE EAST, SO IS THE GUOSA FOR THE WEST AFRICA (ECOWAS)
When you are gone, you may never be remembered for your wealth, your beauty, height or your fleet of cars, gold and silver. Rather, your failure to invest or contribute to the wheels of progress of inspired around you. Those men and women who have been sent from above with some special missionary talents to make the world a better place for us to live. No one is born stagnant but unfortunately the black man who cannot positively shake up his scientific, technological or even socio-cultural linguistic evolutionary mind. His potential is to complain or whining in self-complacency; and of course, the black man signed off his will powers or technological invention and destiny to the recycling guinea-pig gadgets for the advanced nations. Guosa is a language from the West African nations (ECOWAS), for the ECOWAS and the rest of the world, and by the ECOWAS collective socio-linguistic evolution. This is linguistic democracy. We need your financial and technological supports to commence the Train-The-Trainers Program of the language so as to foster unity, identity, political stability and industrial revolution. Visit: www.guosa-language-tv.com. Kindly send your donation to: http://www.gofundme.com/2e2z88 or E-mail: guosa-language.tv@live.com, Teliwaya: (510) 225-9172 Ext. 1
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Victor Williamson
39 months ago
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This is a great work Alex. How is it going? I wrote article about creating a Pan-African language a few years ago, and I'm so glad to see that you have done this. http://agaan.com/agaan/article/Unique%20Continental%20African%20Language%20To%20Bridge%20Geographical%20Divide,%20Spur%20African%20Reasearch%20In%20Science%20And%20Linguistics,%20And%20Foster%20Healthy%20Global%20Competition%20In%20Science%20And%20Literary%20Arts?article_id=197891583

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Alex Igbineweka
66 months ago
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Like the Swahili language for the East Africa, so is the Guosa Language for the West Africa or the Economic Communities of West African States (ECOWAS). Donate today for the Train-The-Trainers Program. Read more about the Guosa Language Evolution, visit: Guosa is a language from ECOWAS, for the ECOWAS and by the ECOWAS member nations and this is linguistic and cultural democracy! It all started in Nigeria many years ago by the evolution of traditional words, semantics, and terminological, anthropological migration experiences to make up what is now known as the Guosa Language. For example, English: Please give me water Guosa language: Biko fun mi li ruwa Encyclopedia/evolution: biko.please (evolved from Igbo language) fun mi li .give me (evolved from Yoruba, Efik, Itsekiri, Berom etc languages) ruwa..water .. (evolved from Hausa, Fulani, nupe, fulfulde etc languages Here is a simple test: In the Guosa language, the word food is translated abinchi and its an evolution of word from Hausa, Fulani, Nupe, Kanuri, Fulfulde and so on across the Hausa speaking communities all over the West African countries. Therefore, if (biko, fun mi li ruwa) meant: (please give me water), what is the corresponding translation of biko fun mi li abinchi? You can send your answer to: guosa-language.tv@live.com, Teliwaya (Telephone): (510) 225-9172 Ext. 1 Thank you for your valued support for the Guosa-Language Train the Trainers Programs. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apEbZ3Vnaeg

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Alex Igbineweka
69 months ago

Donate for the Guosa Language Train-The-Trainers, a WEST AFTICAN "ECOWAS" Common Indigenous Future Lingua Franca for unity, identity, political stability and African Industrial Revolution (AIR). Guosa is a language for the West Africans, by the West Africans and for the West Africans - a linguistic and cultural democracy! Also, Guosa language will serve the people of West Africans or the ECOWAS member nations like the Swahili experience for the East Africans. www.guosa-language-tv.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apEbZ3Vnaeg

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Victor Williamson
39 months ago
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This is a great work Alex. How is it going? I wrote article about creating a Pan-African language a few years ago, and I'm so glad to see that you have done this. http://agaan.com/agaan/article/Unique%20Continental%20African%20Language%20To%20Bridge%20Geographical%20Divide,%20Spur%20African%20Reasearch%20In%20Science%20And%20Linguistics,%20And%20Foster%20Healthy%20Global%20Competition%20In%20Science%20And%20Literary%20Arts?article_id=197891583

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Alex Igbineweka
66 months ago
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Like the Swahili language for the East Africa, so is the Guosa Language for the West Africa or the Economic Communities of West African States (ECOWAS). Donate today for the Train-The-Trainers Program. Read more about the Guosa Language Evolution, visit: Guosa is a language from ECOWAS, for the ECOWAS and by the ECOWAS member nations and this is linguistic and cultural democracy! It all started in Nigeria many years ago by the evolution of traditional words, semantics, and terminological, anthropological migration experiences to make up what is now known as the Guosa Language. For example, English: Please give me water Guosa language: Biko fun mi li ruwa Encyclopedia/evolution: biko.please (evolved from Igbo language) fun mi li .give me (evolved from Yoruba, Efik, Itsekiri, Berom etc languages) ruwa..water .. (evolved from Hausa, Fulani, nupe, fulfulde etc languages Here is a simple test: In the Guosa language, the word food is translated abinchi and its an evolution of word from Hausa, Fulani, Nupe, Kanuri, Fulfulde and so on across the Hausa speaking communities all over the West African countries. Therefore, if (biko, fun mi li ruwa) meant: (please give me water), what is the corresponding translation of biko fun mi li abinchi? You can send your answer to: guosa-language.tv@live.com, Teliwaya (Telephone): (510) 225-9172 Ext. 1 Thank you for your valued support for the Guosa-Language Train the Trainers Programs. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apEbZ3Vnaeg

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Alex Igbineweka
69 months ago

Donate for the Guosa Language Train-The-Trainers, a WEST AFTICAN "ECOWAS" Common Indigenous Future Lingua Franca for unity, identity, political stability and African Industrial Revolution (AIR). Guosa is a language for the West Africans, by the West Africans and for the West Africans - a linguistic and cultural democracy! Also, Guosa language will serve the people of West Africans or the ECOWAS member nations like the Swahili experience for the East Africans. www.guosa-language-tv.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apEbZ3Vnaeg

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