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KinaRumin
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Hello.
I liked your site. Very useful resource. THE BEST.
Thanks.

Sincerely,

Kina

Gloria Lamisi Danaba
posted by : Accra
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I am very happy that i have read a lot of news from home.Keep up the good workes.No matter were i go, i will always talk about home cos home sweet home.

ISSAHAKU MOHAMMED (DOTHEDO)
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As the matter of the fact that we can never afford to forget of our roots and our responsibilities,we need to work collectively as one family as it use to be for the betterment of both we the present and the next generation to come.And the great% of re_uniting dabgon lies in the hands of we the youth,please my advice to my brothers and sisters let us try to abstain and refrain from all forms of abusive and inflamatory remarks so as to sparkle the fragile peace returning to the kingdom. Issahaku (dothedo)

Vikari
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I enjoyed your page. Keep up the good work!

abdul ganiyu bangaham seidu
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just to say hi to all mmabihi.

Issahaku Mohammed
posted by : The Gambia
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I wish u all happy edil adha peace and prosperity of the entre dagbon from the Gambia

Yakubu Abdul Baswit (Alhaji Bundoos or Abass carpinter)
posted by : Ghana Tamale
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Hello Dagbon members,
The day have now rimembring me to tell dagomba,s to for give and for get, problems every time will not leed su any were and if we need dagbon to be strong always then we to for give and forget come to getther as one and dagbon will definetlly come well by the the grac of Allah. May Allah bring piec to dagbon traditional area ameeeeeeeeeen. Wrote by Alhaji Bundoos from libya jamahariya.

Halis
posted by : Russia
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Thanks very much for the good work you are doing! I feel like at home listening to those nice dagbanli songs. May Dagbon.net grow from strength to strength!

Samanta
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Cool website! Easy to find helpful information. It very impressive. Good stuff. Thanks! I study to do sites too, here which one hp 51645a
Once again thanks.

Michael Chambers
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Great site. It takes me back to the time I lived in Tamale around 1984/85. Good to see that things seem to have settled down a bit. Has anyone heard from Alhaji Yakubu, who was Pagaza Na (sic) back in the 1980's?

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