ABUAAmateur Baseball Umpires Association
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Then X = BU, for some U [member of] [C.sup.kxm], so A = AXA = ABUA.
[subset or equal to] {BU | U [member of] [C.sup.kxm,] ABUA = A}
What was striking was that the villagers' interest in abua (holiness) and ali'afu'anga (total completeness) remained but with virtually no reference to the specifically Old Testament aspects of Umai's teachings such as the Stephen Rodger genealogy, the Ark of the Covenant, or theocracy.
Known for their friendliness and hospitality, they are made up of many ethnic groups, including the Abua, Andoni, Ekpeye, Engenni, Etche, lbani, lgbani, Ikwere, Kalabari, Ndoni, Ogba, and Okrika.
'In Asari Toru where I was, Phalga and Abua LGA where historically violence has been the norm, people from opposing parties were seen sitting together at the collation center and cracking jokes.
The lawmakers, who were said to be loyalists of the new speaker, Honourable Titus Abua, were turned away from the complex, a development which caused them to resort to the use of the old Banquet Hall of the Government House, Makurdi, for the plenary session.
The presence of security men at the state assembly however triggered tension just as the state Governor sacked the chairman of Benue state Internal Revenue Service and General Manager of Urban Development; Mrs Mimi Orubibi and Richard Abua.