June 2016 — Okobi

Lokang Jackson July 1, 2016

If we could all ask these questions, how are we going to make the oceans, lakes, and seas in our region for sport, economical activities? How can we engage ourselves in bringing and restoring Libya, and bring speedy development to all East African countries? How can we make our cities into working place and bunga into a holiday home? How can interact with the rest of east African countries like Egypt, Mozambique, Madagascar? How can we make single East African education system, economical, security etc? How can we understand East African cultures? How can we work in Far north e.g Libya and still live in far South Mozambique? What is that make the rest of African regions different to us? We will come up with and self reliance, strong systems, increase collaboration and expand so quickly and ease social, economical, security, education, agriculture and etc of our community far and beyond our imagination. After saying all that, the question still remain how can we...?

Lokang Jackson July 1, 2016

Most if not all languages in the world are tonal that just means one word spelled same with lots of meanings in their pronunciation, interpretations, and spellings e.g. mega means ownership in Luo but it means quantity in other languages including English. Luo 2.0 will bring to life Jwuor, awuor, and lwuor languages. These three languages have works done about them in wide area and in more detail. They are not just translated and interpreted, but they also means reality in real world. Language is not just what we speak but also what we do e.g. body language, sign posts, symbols etc. Our creativity can can bring in changes that confuse; introduce new things into our languages; formulate; transform etc things we know and don't know. Linguistic people find it easy to settle, migrate, work, and be friend others.

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