AYO, Nigeria is not alone with its Oligarchs vs 98er challenges. This note (with enclosures/ attachment) from my long-time fellow Canada friend Pamela Tabobondung, tells the modern story. Baba m
Date: Wednesday, 8 March 2017 22:11
To: Pamela TABOBONDUNG <email@example.com>
Subject: EXCELLENT—Re: Tidbit
Pamela,Excellent.Useful, positive, uplifting.Indeed, the words, the thoughts ofGillian Steward impress, resonate;
They extend the normal range.
A splendid contribution onWorld Women's Day.Long may her contributions continue.Paleway'z Néeka
Date: Wednesday, 8 March 2017 00:28
To: Michael VICKERS <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Good evening Michael,
A few tidbits, political in nature.
First things first, I believe we should celebrate 150 year of Canada by acknowledging the Indigenous peoples of Canada as the first founders with the English and the Iroquois Confederacy as the second, while the French and the Wendat as the 3rd founding nations.
Recently (within the past four months), Wasausking First Nation has passed 3 historic referendums, while at the same time, electing a new Chief and Council. Chief Warren Tabobondung maintained his leadership as Chief. This would be Elijah's great grand son and my brother. The referendums ratified the Anishnawbek Education Strategy (see Union of Ontario Indians), Wasauksing First Nation Constitution (see attached), and Wasauksing First Nation Land Code.
Sending my best to you and Pat, and will be in touch in the very near future.
Love and blessings,