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Monday, 26 September 2005


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Beverly C.Ezeokoli----Trinidad & Tobago West Indies

Chief John G. Bah:
I commend you for your dedication and commitment to your village(Babungo). In your response to Fon Zofoa 111 letter dated 6/20/05. Chief Bah you responded in such a peaceful manner and I give you all the accolades for coming up with a plan to improve the lives of all Babungo people.
If all leaders were like you, there will never be war in this world.
Your idea to move forward to ensure that you people enjoy and experiences Peace, Human Rights, Social and economic justice is awesome. I am sure that the Babungo people consider themselves fortunate to have you as one of their own. It is written in the Bible "Blessed are the peace makers for they shall be called the sons of God."
Chief Bah you are truly a son of God.
Chief Bah both you and Fon Zofoa 111 has the responsibility of serving the Babungo people. Remember "Alone you can do so little, but together, you can do much more." For the benefit of your people I pray that you and the Fon will lead the Babungo people by proposing and not by imposing, so that peace and prosperity will reign in Babungo. "Together Everyone Achieves More, (TEAM).
May God Guide And Protect Both You Chief Bah and the Fon of Babungo.

Bah Clovis

Friends means well even when they hurt youand even so,Some still live for others...

Bah Clovis

Thanking the fon of Babungo for bringing confusion in our family(Bah's family) and thanking my dad(Chief BAH)for...


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