IBBO

AcronymDefinition
IBBOInternational Black Belt Organization
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Talking to The Express Tribune, Jami revealed that Ahmad's trailer for Ibbo Ki Eid was released in January 2016 whereas his idea of Jugnu which was initially called Bakra kicked off in October 2014.
For the proposed FWNN-BBO forecasting model, the parameters for the BBO algorithm and iBBO algorithm were determined by trial and error.
(30) Sam Moyo, "The Land Question", en Ibbo Mandaza (ed.), Zimbabwe: The Political Economy of Transition.
Mark 'Chief' Wimpenny completed his memorable day as Scholes replied, out for a duck, and that after dropping Palmer (then on a paltry 49) off an absolute sitter, that according to him 'swirled and swooped like a swallow in the wind - honest Ibbo!'.
Nonetheless, in his own writing of the time Ibbo Mandaza (1986) presented a strong early critique of the newly ascendant African petty-bourgeoisie whom he saw as all too decorously taking power in their own interests and that of international capital:
El texto de Shivji publicado originalmente en 1988 para reforzar su idea cita a otro de Ibbo Mandaza, Contribuyendo hacia una ciencia social africana, en el cual este se refiere a la necesidad de que los africanos puedan "establecer su propio paradigma, tal como sus contrapartes latinoamericanas lo hicieron en los 1970s" (Mandaza, 1987, 1; citado por Shivji, 1993, 119).
But it was a most elegant essay (The Post, 10 September 2004), and drove home to me Ali Mazrui's contention that there is a line of marked continuity between Senghor's negritude and the Afro-American consciousness--allied to the Zimbabwean writer, Ibbo Mandaza's comment that contemporary African thought has indeed borrowed from black America, and that it is not economic nationalism that is really at stake, but the foundations of a cultural nationalism.
See Ibbo Mandaza and Dani Nabudere, Pan-Africanism and Integration in Africa (Harare: SAPES, 2002); Guy Martin, Africa in World Politics: A Pan-African Perspective (Trenton, N.J.: Africa World Press, 2002); and Bade Onimode, African Development and Governance Strategies in the 21st Century: Looking Back to Move Forward: Essays in Honour of Adebayo Adedeji at Seventy (London: Zed Books, 2004).
"Savi turned to me and said 'Ibbo, you're the captain'.