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One of our youngest master teachers, Obadele Kambon, is now offering Twi and Yoruba on-line! Here is an opportunity for every African who does not know one to learn an African language, or to learn another one if one is known already. Sankofa calls. Among all of the things that we learn, we must master the linguistic and cultural tools to go back and get what we have left behind, as a major step to go forward. Seba Mawiyah and Seba Kamau Kambon, parents of Baba Obadele have given us a great gift, a son who is pleasing to our ancestors. Ase!
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Dr. Asa G. Hilliard

(The Late Nana Baffour Amankwaatia II)

Ẹ kúuṣẹ́ oo, Abibitumi Kasa! Olùkọ́ mi, Ọbádélé, inú mi dùn láti sọ pé mo jẹ́ akẹ́kọ̀ọ́ rẹ nítorí pé o ṣiṣẹ́ púpọ̀ l'ójoojúmọ́ láti mú kí àwọn ènìyàn dúdú gbọ́ èdè ará ilẹ̀ adúláwọ̀. Abibitumi Kasa kò dà bí ibí ayélùjára mìíràn rárá. Olùkọ́ Ọbádélé mú kí àwọn akẹ́kọ̀ọ́ gbádùn gbogbo ìsẹ́jú tí a wà ní ìdánilẹ́kọ̀ọ́ wa. Nígbà tí a ń kọ́ Yorùbá, a ń kọ́ nípa èdè, a sì tún ń kọ́ nípa Òmìnira ènìyàn dúdú. A kọ́ nípa ọ̀nà tí a lè sọ̀rọ̀ nípa àwọn nǹkan t'ó ṣe pàtàkì fún wa. Kó dà, nísisìyìí mo mọ̀ bí a ṣe ń sọ òmìnira (fahodie) ní Yorùbá àti Twi! Nítorí pé mo wá sí ìdánilẹ́kọ̀ọ́ rẹ Yorùbá, mo lè gbọ́ àwọn àmì ohùn dáradára jù ti àtẹ̀hìnwá lọ. Mo sì lè sọ Yorùbá dáradára jù ti àtẹ̀hìnwá lọ. Mo dúpẹ́ Olùkọ́ mi! Kí Ọlọ́run túbọ̀ síi ràn ọ́ l'ọ́wọ́ pẹ̀lú Abibitumi Kasa! Kí Abibitumi Kasa túbọ̀ síi lọ sókè!
Kala Mujibha

Kala Mujibha

[Intermediate Yorùbá Chicago]

Mo ne adwuma o! Kwame (Obadele), you have done well and your work with the Abibitumikasa.com and AKALI is exceptional. My advanced study of the Akan (Twi) language has grown much under your direction, and my studies have been enriched by your deep knowledge of the language and culture, competent yet flexible and accessible style of teaching, as well as a rare but greatly welcomed commitment which you demonstrate to learners. Our coverage of Akan proverbs, drum texts, stories, and poetry has reminded me that to study a language is to study a civilization, and I appreciate that. Though I will certainly continue to study Akan (Twi), and Yoruba a little later, I encourage those of our folks with internet access or who reside in Chicago to check out AKALI and its resources! Twi kasa no te sɛ nkwan-dɛ pa berɛ a obi nim mmɛ binom. Ɛyɛ me sɛ meda onua Kwame ase ɛfiri sɛ abɛdwaa pɛ nkwa a, na ɛbata odum. Yoo, yɛbɛdi nkɔmmɔ akyire yi ara!
Professor Kwasi Konadu

Professor Kwasi Konadu

[Advanced Akan (Twi) Live Streaming Online]

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