We remain indebted in time and posterity to the following people and agencies who have donated and assisted us in this worthy course of fostering unity of the West Regional Countries of Africa and the United States of America through the evolution of the Guosa Language. No amount is too little or too much; and, we will provide you a US 501C Tax Exempt for your donation. Also, if you do not want your name announced we will keep your secret secret.
We do not have silver or gold to offer, but your name will occupy a page when the history of the Guosa language is written in time and posterity.
1. His Royal Majesty, Omo N'Oba N'Edo, Uku Akpolokpolo, the Oba (King) of Great Benin Kingdom, Nigeria 2. Federal Department of Culture, Nigeria N2,000.00 - (1987) 3. Alhaji Umaru Shinkafi, Nigeria ....N5,000.00 (1988) 4. Federal Ministry of Social Dev., Youths & Sports, Nigeria ...N500.oo (1999) 5. Federal Ministry of Information & Culture, Nigeria, assisted me with return Air tickets to attend the 1988 International Linguistics Conference held at the Boston University, Mass., USA 6. Prince Tony Momoh, Ex-Minister, Federal Dept. of Information & Culture, Nigeria 7. National Arts Theatre, Iganmu Langs, under the Sole Administrator General Tunde Akogun: N2,000.00 May 1987 8. Late Chief, Amb. (Prof.) A.Y. Eke, former Federal Commissioner/Minister of Education, Nigeria .....N200.00, 1988 9. His Royal Highness, Prince Edun Akenzua, The Enogie of Obazuwa, Edo State of Nigeria 10. Mr. Olu Fadaka (late), ex-Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Works & Housing, Nigeria 11. Prof. Tony Ogiamien, President, American Heritage University, San Bernadino, CA. 12. The Federal Ministry of Education, Nigeria 13 Nigerian Educational Research & Development Council, Abuja, Nigeria (collected my down payment without publishing the Guosa Dictionary as per their promises) - 1995-1996 14. Chief (Dr.) & Chief (Lolo) Ambrose C. Amajioyi, California, USA 15. Dr. & Mrs. E.O. Adeniyi, Nigerian Educational Research & Dev. Council 16. Chief & Mrs. Anofi Guobadia, Maiden Electronics, Nigeria 17. Prof. Ade Obayemi, ex-Director General, National Museums & Monuments, Onikan-Lagos Nigeria 18. Ms. Phyllis Igbineweka 19. Ms. F. Okhiria, the Nigerian Police Force, Ikoyi Lagos Nigeria 20. Martha Johnson, California 21. April Johnson, California (Typing/Secretarial support) 22. Emma Wright, California 23. Becky Hildebrandt, Prestige Cleaners, Calgary-Canada. 24. Ms. Regina C. Egesi, Nigerian Television Authority (Typing support) 25. Mr. Paul Aifuwa, Time Insurance, Nigeria......N500.00 (1987) 26. Princess Irene Akenzua, Guosa Language Dictionary help, 1987 27. Sanotor Daisy Danjuma (Guosa Dictionary Marketing help, 1987) 28. Dr. J.O. Imasuen, Executive Director - Havista Hotels Limited, Abuja, Nigeria (Free Hotel Accommodation for Guosa Research) 29. Kathryn O'Shannahan, K2GS.COM, Canada - Guosa Language Train-the-trainers sponsorship, Abuja Nigeria, 2010 30. West Contra Costa Unified School District, Richmond Ca (Guosa Language Training Program - 2000 to 2002) 31. Jim Trombley, Principal, West Contra Costa Unified School District, Richmond, CA (Approved the teaching of Guosa Language 32. Mr. & Mrs. Vickie Awuzie, San Jose California - $50.00 33. Anonymous......................$100 34. Chief (Dr.) Ambrose C. Amajioyi $100, 2013 35. Amos Dlibugunaya, University of Abuja, Nigeria $50 36. Mr. Soni Irabor NTA and Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria publicity of the Guosa Language 37. Citizen Jones Usen, NTA and Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria publicity of the Guosa Language 38. Ms. Olivia Chikezie, Hercules, CA $250 (May 2014) 39. Dr. Barclays F. Ayakoroma, The Executive Secretary, National Inst. for Cultural Orientation, Abuja ($500 - August, 2014) 40. Mr. Chima Amajioyi - $100 August 2014 41. Dr. Steve Ogbonmwan $300.00 July, 2016 (In support of the Guosa Language Lecture, University of Abuja) 42. Mr. Wilson Iguade, $300.00 (In support of the Guosa Language Lecture, University of Abuja) 43. Chief Ike Orji, The Dike di na Mba 1 of Ulakwo $100.00 (In support of the Guosa Language Lecture, University of Abuja) 44. Dr. (Mrs.) Veronica Ufoegbune $100 (In support of the Guosa Language Lecture, University of Abuja) 45. Chief (Dr.) and Chief Lolo Ambrose Amajioyi $50 (In support of the Guosa Language Lecture, University of Abuja) 46. Ms. Clarina Egi $100 (In support of the Guosa Language Lecture, University of Abuja) 47. Vanessa Brooks-Igbineweka $100 (in support of Guosa language visit to Abuja, March, 2016) 48. Prof. Michael U. Adikwu, The Vice-Chancellor, University of Abuja for his academic pioneering of the Guosa Language Train-the-Trainers 49. University of Abuja, August 2017: N700,000.00 50. Barr. Neda Imasuen, N10,000 (December 2016) 51. Senator Matthew Uzamere, N100,000 (December 2016) 52. Norense Omogbe Igbineweka, RN $1,000 - June 2018 53. H.R.H., Prince Eweansese Iyi-Eweka, The Enogie of Oghada, Nigeria (Father of the day at the launching of the Guosa Language, 2016
If your contributed and we did not include your name on the list due to one reason or the other, kindly give us a call or contact us. However, we just want you to know that the heavenly father sees it all and will reward you abundantly for your donation or contribution to the development of the Guosa Language.
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