Alex Igbineweka Develops Guosa Language

Alex Igbineweka develops the Guosa language as a unified language for Nigerians and West African countries.


The colonial lingua franca monopoly of the indigenous independent West African nations, or the Economic Communities of West African States (ECOWAS) did not only destabilize and destroy the socio-linguistic anthropology and industrial strategies of the countries; it raised questions which borders on the basis for cohesion, comprehension, industrial and technological revolution and unity in such diversity. Language plays a unifying role in the beginning, development, beliefs, and customs of any nation. There are about 400 different ethnic languages in Nigeria and about twice this number in other West African countries. The evolution of Guosa Language consist at least 120 of these diverse tongues, with developing rules for the evolution of other West African Languages, dialects and cultures. This conference will address the colonial lingua franca monopoly with a neutral yet indigenous common language “Guosa” for inter-ethnic and international communication needs. This is like the Swahili language for the East African bloc. Few examples of Guosa Language are:

ò chètó ájì ‘wá tí shìengá gídá ………….our class Monitor has gone home
ó tí shìhé kófà? …………………………..Have you opened the door?
báasì, mó tí shìhé kófà …………………..yes, I have opened the door.

NOTE: “shienga” meaning: (go/going/gone) is anthropological roots of words evolution from the Yoruba, Zingo and Igbo languages. Similarly, the word: “gida” (house) is from Hausa, Nupe, Kanuri, Fulfulde languages etc. Thus the Guosa is a language evolution from all the West African nations to foster linguistic and anthropological democracy, unity and international communication.

Guosa language will serve as the communication bridge between the United States of America, the ECOWAS and the rest of the world. The ultimate goal is to enhance faster, easier, united and politically stable international tourisms, culture, trade, industries etc. This conference will also focus on the various language roots which made up the Guosa language evolution, bringing about a sound academic platform for the studies and spread of the language. In other words, breaking a new ground in the anthropological science for long lasting solutions to a peaceful African Independent nations.

There comes a time in life when man must set the history aside to make history. Support and Donate for the Guosa Language Train-The-Trainers Program and set a new historical beginning for the unity, identity, political stability and African Industrial Revolution, AIR.


Alex G. Igbineweka
Guosa Educational, Scientific & Cultural Inst., Inc.
Teliwaya: (510) 225-9172 Ext. 1

Nigeria: EIU Democracy Index 2015

Nigeria’s rating in global democracy and governance has recorded a boost from 121 positions in 2014 to 108 last year according to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s, EIU Democracy Index 2015.

The EIU is an independent business within the UK based The Economist Group. The EIU Democracy Index measures the state of democracy in 167 countries, of which 166 are sovereign states and 165 are UN member states.

The index is also based on 60 indicators grouped in five different categories measuring pluralism, civil liberties, and political culture.

The report said the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) made scant democratic progress since the Democracy Index debut in 2006, with the indicators of democracy improving from around 20 per decade in 1960–2000, the number of successful “coups from within” dropping dramatically in the 2000s, and regular elections becoming commonplace.

Harrison Chinedu Enters Guinness Book Of World Records As The Man With The Farthest Distance Who Travelled With Football Balance

Harrison Chinedu has been recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records as the man with the farthest distance who travelled with football balance.

Harrison Chinedu, after walking the distance of 48.04 km with a ball on his head from the Redemption Camp, Mowe, Ogun State to the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos in six hours, 15 minutes, broke the previous record set by an Indian soldier, Naib Subedar Azad Singh, who in 2014 travelled a distance of 45.64 km to erase the record set by Abdul Halim of Bangladesh, who travelled a distance of 15.2 km on October 22, 2011.

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Winners Of 2016 Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards

Television Continental (TVC) emerges Best TV Station of the Year at the Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards (NBMA).

News anchor, Azeezat Olaoluwa won the Best Female Broadcaster award while Godwin Nwachukwu won the Best Cameraman at the Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards.

TVC won the Best TV On the Street and the Most Watched Television; it also won the Best TV station of the Year.

Best Video Editor award went to Solomon Oladimeji.

In the radio category, Mary Alimi won of Radio Continental won the Outstanding Presenter; Honeypot while Kubanji Direct, a programme on Radio Continental won the the Best Community Radio Show.