WURAWinding-Up and Restructuring Act (Canada)
WURAWimbledon Union of Residents Associations (UK)
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Kayite Wura can be loosely translated as 'Patience Owner'.
Getting to three years after, it is not nostalgia for Mahama, but a call, a need, a demand for Mahama's comeback...Many expect his patience to payoff in 2020, and so Kayite Wura is most definitely prophetic and propitious...
Although the WURA differs from both the BIA and the CCAA as it applies to only certain entities such as federal corporations and banks, (175) the decision in Cooperants did not turn on a provision unique to the WURA.
The Supreme Court in Cooperants stated that there was a difference in the WURA's treatment of property upon liquidation than that under the BIA.
(175) The WURA, supra note 171 applies to certain entities like federal corporations, banks, and trust companies (see Wood, Bankruptcy, supra note 27 at 15-16).
In the hospital, before dying, the mother tells Shola that she is Wura and Bola is his daughter.
Of the central characters, only Wura rings somewhat true.
Wura Abiola was somehow economical with words, writing: 'Dearest Daddy, Bashorun Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola GCFR.
Gold also signifies spiritual wealth, as is apparent in the Yoruba saying "Iya ni wUra," which means, "Mother is gold." In addition to denoting material and spiritual riches, in African America gold is said to strengthen vision.
KSM has taken a swipe at the infiltration of foreign soap opera on Ghanaian Tv Stations saying that viewers should keep enjoying the 'Twi speaking Indians' but should not forget 'efie wura' will never be dubbed in an Indian language.
You turn on the TV and see 'EFIE WURA' dubbed in their language.
Turning to developmental issues, MCE Owuh, better known as 'Edwuma Wura', said the PHMA was receiving a good share of the national cake through the instrumentality of its Member of Parliament and the Regional Minister.