LIKE THE SWAHILI FOR THE EAST AFRICA, SO IS THE GUOSA LANGUAGE FOR THE WEST AFRICA, ECOWAS
The need for of a common indigenous lingua franca in the West African Regional Countries or the ECOWAS is well over due. Lack of this essential vehicle of unity and identity did not only destabilize and destroy the socio-political and industrial strategies of the West African countries; it raised data or questions which borders on the basis for cohesion, comprehension, industrial and technological revolution and the unity in such diversity because language plays a unifying role in the beginning, development, beliefs, and customs of any group of people.
Experts have pointed out that most people think and act better in the language of their motherlands and identifiable language to their roots; and that when they speak other languages of no identical connection to their cultures they engaged in transliteration and endless hurdles before the main issues to be discusses.
Language is a means by which words or expressions find meaning and is put into use. Basically, it is used as a means of giving out information, thoughts, skills, ideas, reasoning and ensures receipt of it from varied sources. Above all, language is knowledge, and knowledge is POWER for the people, from the people and by the people.
The Guosa Language:
There are about 400 different ethnic languages, dialects and fractional tongues in Nigeria and about twice this number in other West African countries. As of now, the Guosa Language consists of at least 120 of these diverse tongues and it all began with only two languages in its evolutionary conception and birth. The language is made up of carefully detailed units of the different ethnic languages and cultures, so that in the future years, the West African Regional Countries should be able to take their positive stand in the communities of lingua franca nations of the world, such as the East Africa, the North Africa, Europe, America, Asia and so on. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apEbZ3Vnaeg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gatXPYBzx9Q http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnaXYRPZySw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nW8LjlLo7fc Help sponsor or donate for the GUOSA-LANGUAGE TRAIN-THE-TRAINERS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, AND LAY A UNITED WEST AFRICAN NATIONS OR ECOWAS BUILDING BLOCKS FOR POSTERITY.
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INVITATION TO INVITATION TO GUOSA LANGUAGE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE CAL-STATE UNIVERSITY, HAYWARD CA AUG 20-21, 2014
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INVITATION TO GUOSA LANGUAGE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: BAYVIEW ROOM CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA 94542
THEME: THE IMPERATIVENESS OF GUOSA LANGUAGE FOR THE ECONOMIC COMMUNITIES OF WEST AFRICAN STATES (ECOWAS); AND, AFRICA
DATES: WED, AUGUST 20 TO THURS., AUGUST 21, 2014 Time: 9 AM - 5 PM EACH DAY
CALL FOR ABSTRACT PAPERS
The need for an evolved lingua franca for the Economic Communities of West African States (ECOWAS) nay African continent cannot be over emphasized. Linguists are convinced that people’s thought process in the languages of their motherland are more complete, easier, faster to learn, more informative and intra-cultural sense of unity than when they speak other languages that have no identical traditional roots to their ethnicity.
There are many ethnic languages, dialects, fractional tongues in Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon, Senegal, all other ECOWAS nations and Africa in general. The Guosa language had its evolution from over 200 of these diverse tongues, beginning with only pair in the historical beginning. The language is made up of carefully detailed units of different ethnic languages and cultures in its inspirational metaphysical metamorphosis. The aims and objectivities of Guosa, inter-alia are to enable the West Regional Countries of Africa popularly known as the ECOWAS, and Africans speak with one voice; and be united under authentic common indigenous lingua-franca to foster unity, identity, political stability as well as African Industrial Revolution.
METHOD OF ABSTRACTS SUBMISSION AND PAPERS PRESENTATION, PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
Abstracts must be typed in double lines spacing, 10 or 12-points font, not be more than one regular page of 8½”x11” in length and must be submitted by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. without audio visual attachment. For faster result do not submit your abstract to email@example.com; and do not mail abstracts or papers to be presented at the Conference to the organizing committee.
All conference papers for presentation must be typed in double lines spacing, 10 or 12 points font, not more than three pages and without audio visual attachments. It must address the need for a common, indigenous lingua franca for the Economic Communities of West African States (ECOWAS) and the African continent in futuristic timeline; that Guosa language, fully developed should represent a united transport means to make this case at issue, achievable. Opine on how Guosa language can progress further, to meet the challenges of its evolution. Cite case studies and similar experiences, relative to this subject matter; as well as other possible issues against the language that should be addressed in other to achieve the desired aims and objectives of the Guosa language. For more information about the Guosa Language Evolution, watch this video clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apEbZ3Vnaeg Also, please visit: www.guosa-language-tv.com and click on "Videos" for more videos but do not limit your research information to the above web site. Noteworthy, after pre-qualification, interested abstract presenters will be notified, within 30 days of abstract papers’ submission. At this point, an invitation to participate in the Conference will be issued to successful prospects who paid the applicable conference fees listed below.
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1. Conference visitors from within and around the Bay areas or the United States of America who have relatives and friends that can provide them with accommodations, transportation, feeding etc will pay the basic fee of $1,000 for general incidentals, hosting expenditures including rentals, officials, honorariums, lunches, stationery items etc.
2. Conference visitors from within and around the Bay areas, the United States and other parts of the world who do not have friends or relatives that can provide them with accommodations, transportation, feeding etc, will pay $2,000 for the two days conference; and, they must include names, addresses and all contact information of their hosts in the conference visa applications to the United States of America Consulate offices at their respective countries of origination, and a copy of such information sent by regular mailing or by e-mail to the Guosa Educational, Scientific & Cultural Inst., Inc. Also, the conference organizers have made adequate hotel arrangements with some local and international hotels located around
Cal-State University, Hayward – venue for the conference. The reservation codes will be provided as soon as conference fees have been paid.
3. All conference participants will be served lunch each day of the conference and the costs for the lunch is included in the conference participation fees.
4. Early birds sign-up or attendees who signed up and pay on or before 90 days to the conference date will receive a %5 fees discount. And those who signed up 90 days or last minutes before the conference dates will pay %5 late signing up penalty.
5. Invitee who does not wish to present any papers at this time may attend the language conference as regular participants or observers and pay the sum of $2,500 before the 90 days to the conference, and 5% late fee thereafter before the conference dates.
6. There is no refund of payment. However, intending guest speakers and regular conference participants who are unable to attend after paying the applicable Conference participation fees will be given opportunities to re-apply for the Guosa Language International Conference for three consecutive times until they are able to attend the conference. Thereafter if they are unable to meet the entry qualifications and attend the conference for whatever reason(s) including but not limited to immigration visas denials etc; all fees and applications will expire and disqualified permanently. Those disqualified or expired permanently from taking part in the Conference may re-apply in the subsequent conferences by following all the rules and regulations listed in items 1-6 of this information.
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Your Conference fees and payments will enable the Conference organizers to take care your participation expenses as follows:
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