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Yet, Mamo drops out of the University because of his ill health; Uncle Iliya (Asabar's father) offers him a teaching appointment at the Keti Community School with Uncle Iliya as the head of the school; Zara, whom Mamo and his twin brother LaMamo had fallen in love in their younger years, joins the teaching staff as a Mathematics teacher.
Keti Bandar was once home to a dense mangrove forest but is now facing desertification as sand continues to settle on the fertile land, where not long ago red rice was grown.
In the next few days, the flood might hit Keti Bandar and Khairpur, he said.
Phet' hit the coast between Karachi and Keti Bunder, blowing away roofs and uprooting trees and electricity poles.
Life is paralysed in Karachi, Pakistan's largest city of 15 million inhabitants, and in Hyderabad, the second largest urban centre in Sindh province, and in the smaller cities such as Thatta and Keti Bandar along the coastal line in Sindh and Balochistan.
On July 16, 2009, the Government of Pakistan set a world record and enlisted its name in the Guinness Book of World Records by planting 5,000,000 Mangroves in Keti Bander in a single day.
He leaves two sons, Dion Spiro and his wife Lindita of Worcester and Maksim Spiro and his wife Natasha of Rocky Hill, CT; two daughters, Keti Spiro and Tamara Kaba and her husband Bashkim, both of Worcester; two sisters, Violeta Pojani of Washington, D.
CHESS champ Keti Grant has proved she's got what it takes to keep the guys in check.
Oriental dance classes are available at Keti Sharif's studio in Zamalek.
Since education has always been a passion for Mishibinijima, he has worked closely with KETI over the years developing First Nations based curriculum materials.
This is the story of Mamo and LaMamo, twin brothers from Keti (a Nigerian village) who dream of becoming soldiers.
Keti Fereti, Principal Nurse, Niue Health Department