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They were dusted by another political heavyweight in the YPP, Ifeanyi Ubah, who it has been said will likely take a shot at the governorship election when the time is ripe.
Ubah described the development as worrisome, stressing that this was not obtainable in other countries.
Rather, the events of the tenth century CE (or the later perceived significance of that period) reconstituted and centred this earlier idea of the Maya of the 'war serpent' Waxaklajun Ubah Kan.
(77) Ubah TV, BN Sarawak Sokong GST (Sarawak BN Supports GST), YouTube video, 10 April 2016, at 1:35, available at <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgCM6bCvu2M>.
Expanding upon Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari's theories of "minor literature," Brioni argues that the writings of postcolonial Somali Italian writers Cristina Ubah Ali Farah, Garane Garane, Kaha Mohamed Aden, Shirin Ramzanali Fazel, Sirad Salad Hassan and Igiaba Scego offer representations of the "minor condition of subjects who are discriminated against" (7) and address the marginalization of Somali immigrants and their descendants in Italy.
Faith Ubah, seven, added: "It would make me feel really happy if there was a girl as president."
"My colleagues in Nigeria said: 'Listen, it's the platform all Africans are looking for so why don't you take it?'" He previously had a long spell as assistant manager with the Nigeria national team, helping the late Stephen Keshi guide them to success at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, before coaching a local club, Ifeanyi Ubah.
Other models volunteering their time to make "Musical Dreams" a reality were Karina Bartkevica, Alejandra Cata, Lizzy Glynn, Ubah Hassan, Julie Henderson, Nadine Leopold, Larissa Makkonen, Jennifer Ohlsson, Justine Parchment, Jessica Perez, Meki Saldana, Kim Strother, Lauren Walshe, Katherin Werderitsch, and Selina White--as well as musicians Kevin Jonas and Darryl "DMC" McDaniels; CBS anchor Kristine Johnson; Food Network personality Anne Burrell; the New York Giants' Prince Amukamara; New York Knicks alumni John Starks; former New York Rangers Adam Graves and Rod Gilbert; Essence Carson of the New York Liberty; "New York Spring Spectacular" star Jared Grimes; actors Liam Neeson, Hank Azaria, and Steve Schirrip; and the Rockettes.
(22) As Mary Wright and Charles Ubah argue, (23) denying eligibility for financial aid to prisoner-students was part of a larger societal shift in correctional philosophy away from rehabilitation.