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r528 r529 28 28 <a href="http://www.gnaa.eu/wiki/pr/2011-10-20-gnaa-scholarship">set up a 29 29 scholarship in Mulindwa's honor</a>.</p> 30 31 <p>GNAA has also been working to establish many contacts across Africa: in 32 Algeria, Cindy Coulibaly, Desmond and Kamara Kara, Charles Taylor, and Joy and 33 John Uwe; in Burundi, Barrister William Godwill, Pinto Jason, Eide Hans Terje 34 Kristian, and Amanda Yaman; in Cote d'Ivoire, Garcia Duarte, the Honorable 35 Wilson C. Gani, David Richard, and Clarence Wong; in the Democratic Republic of 36 the Congo, Agata Dominik, Celen Harry, Williem Van Jacobus, and Sarah Wilfried; 37 in Egypt, Sheik Abdul Ramani, Malunze Akufo, Ibrahim Al Zaabi, Nina Ali, Alhaji 38 Ali Ghandour, Darlington Anderson, Solomon Boni, Vivian I. Cosmos, Deborah 39 Gomez, Krisntaina Merati, and Barrister Jerry S. Morgan; in Kenya, Rev. Father 40 Austine Dike, Martins Gidado, Barrister Ian Jeffery, Mary Moundo, Walter Nnaji, 41 Blanco Sajez, Angela Scott, Anne Sedes, Anita and John Tagro, and Micah Desire 42 Tagro; in Libya, Vivian Chinamasa, Sgt. James Cole, Rama Djirama, Ali Malik, 43 Colonel Brown Martins, Aisha Mohammed, and Daniel Sanuho; in Nigeria, Bricks 44 Adams, Justin and Matilda Adelan, Alice Aka, Adelman Allan, Grace Juli Bright, 45 George Morris Bright, Gubwano Mumbasa, Dalu Ncube, Nicholas Nyamali, and James 46 Sizu; in Rwanda, Richard Alamezie, Mabwano Bello, Barrister Briggs Victor, 47 Rebecca Godwill, Ita Grace, Anthony Mark, and Rita Michelle; in Senegal, 48 Jeremiah J. Ahern, Renwano Broneida, Marina Eziekel, Idima Joe, and Thomas 49 Stone; in Sierra-Leone, Lizzy E. Aguleri, Justice Emmanuel Olayinka Ayoola, 50 Chuks Favor, Cpt. Anita Kirk, Louis Momo, and Chad G. Zubaru; in South Africa, 51 Affendi Adira, Gabriel Bagudu, Alice Juniors Bakary, Azizah Bakri, Victoria 52 Bonna, Tony Dede, Barrister Nathan Iren, Tertius Kabore, Angela Kami, Joyce 53 Kipkalya, John Oguashi, Antonio L. Savimbi, and Ane Udah; in Tunisia, Sivabalan 54 Arjuna, Mamy Diop, Bouchra Dridi, Edmund Miller, and Prince George Sanoussi; in 55 Uganda, Kaggwa Andrew, Dr. Offori Atta, Sergio Gomez, Prince Paul Howard, Dr. 56 Deeoni Johnson, Deborah Kisitu, Davis Matovu, Lilian Nalubega, the diplomat 57 Rupean R. Nelson, Rosemary and Kevin Peter, Tom Smith, David Spencer, and 58 Renwano Yomotaka; in the United Arab Emirates, Sheik Abdulmohsen Al-Rossais, 59 Abudul Azeez, Princesses Erina Ibrahim, Safia Farkash Al-Baraasi Gaddafi, Syed 60 Hamid Albar, Al Hassan Gamal, Abdul Said Esq., Muhamed Shakarat, and Dr. Adamu 61 Umar.</p> 62 63 <p>"GNAA has also started partnerships across Africa with many companies and 64 corporations" said GNAA head of security Vladimir Bohners "The Euro Trust 65 Corporation, Mega Jackpot Lotto Winnings Programs, Prime Foundation 66 International E-Lottery, Imprezia Internationale Sweepstakes Lottery, 67 'Omegalotteryinternational', Solid Crest E-Mail Lottery, Dgcourier Worldwide 68 Express, Euromillones Primitiva, Metropolis Seguros S.A., Prime Online Lottery, 69 Blue Fountain Lotto WWW-Net International Promotions, Global Courier Service 70 Company, Global Speedways International, K.B.F Sweepstakes Lottery, Rainbow Net 71 Lottery International Program, Watergate Lottery Incorporated, Nuevo 72 Loteria/International Promotion Program, Global Diplomatic Security Company, 73 Intercontinental Lottery Nl., Dkv Seguros S.A., Captrust Finance And Securities, 74 Golden Gate International Lottery, Falcon Trust Finance B.V., Continent Software 75 International Lottery/Promotions, National Moneyballs Loteria, Cooperate Trust 76 Security And Finance Company, and Access Financial Security."</p> 77 30 78 31 <p>"Due to an abundance of horrific and tragic deaths of the loved ones of our … … 108 61 adequately defend themselves in the harsh environments that they know as home. 109 62 These will be solely intended for use as a means of self-defense and protection, 110 We regret that they may have to resort to violence to defend themselves, but 63 while we regret that they may have to resort to violence to defend themselves, 111 64 the abundance of these 'accidents' have made it clear that it is better to be 112 65 safe than sorry. Additionally, the programs will provide malnourished African 113 66 youth with food, water, shelter, vaccinations, and youth education in order to 114 67 prepare them for the 'real world', so to speak."</p> 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 115 83 116 84 <br /> … … 133 101 numerous African countries who are imprisoned solely due to their sexual 134 102 orientation. Good Nite Investments Ltd. is a "sister" organization of the GNAA.</p> 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 135 136 136 137 <strong>About GNAA</strong>:<br />
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