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Beginning back in 1983, the OBAA awards have been a place for recognizing outstanding achievement of local Ontario business in innovation and entrepreneurial spirit.
Oshoka aakiintu mboka aagandjuka haa laiwa komasamane ngoka obaa kala wo ye na ehalo okulala naalumentu aagundjuka ooyakwawo.
Akan, Ga-Adangme and Ewe cultures viewed wealth and power as male prerogatives.(97) Two Twi proverbs underscore this belief: obaa yen guan a, obarima na oton (when a woman rears a sheep, it is the man that sells it); and obaa twa bommaa a, etweri barima dan mu (even if a woman possesses a talking-drum [the privilege of chiefs], she keeps it in a room belonging to a man).
(She raised her own passage and spending money.) Carolyn was soon given her Ghanaian name, Obaa Yaa, the day of the week on which she was born.
Obaa Gogetter Network, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) aimed at championing the learning and speaking of more international languages to break many social barriers.
"This is the first time that at Timmins-based business has won an OBAA. We take pride in what we do and this award reassures us that we are heading in the right direction as a company."
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