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Nasaara: European (derived from the Arabic 'Nazarene', Christian); naam: political office or chieftaincy (as in naaba, 'chief').
He was also instrumental in the setting up of NAABA where he served as its first president.
With a vision of "Aboriginal strength, unity and opportunity" and a mission of "Aboriginal business in partnership with industry; enhancing opportunities by supporting economic development of Aboriginal people in the Wood Buffalo region," NAABA is, according to its website, "a nonprofit organization that consists of a growing interest group of Aboriginal businesses, committed to enhancing and creating an environment, which promotes businesses, jobs, and training for the betterment of all native people in the region." All full membership in the association must be at least 51 per cent Aboriginal ownership and local to the Wood Buffalo region.
Dave Tuccaro is the founding president of NAABA, and he talked with Windspeaker about Golosky's contributions to training and the community.
Naaba Abdulai Mohammed is also alleged to have led other accomplices to brutally assault some people.
Cheryl Alexander, general manager of NAABA, said Louie was excellent.
The renewal of Tales of the Lagle Naaba on Burkina Faso's national television service
McMurray, Alta., said last year's first annual Northeastern Alberta Aboriginal Business Association (NAABA) golf tournament was a complete success.
Cette initiative qui a ete prise par un des ministres du Moogho Naaba vise a donner un nouveau dynamisme a la pratique des contes dans un contexte moderne tout en la rendant plus << populaire >>.
Le renouveau des contes du Lagle Naaba a la Television Nationale du Burkina
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