[uh n-koh-moh, uh ng-koh-] /ənˈkoʊ moʊ, əŋˈkoʊ-/
Joshua Mquabuko Nyongolo [uh m-kwah-boo-koh nyong-goh-loh] /əm kwɑˈbu koʊ nyɒŋˈgoʊ loʊ/ (Show IPA), 1917–1999, African nationalist and political leader in Zimbabwe.
Joshua. 1917–99, Zimbabwean politician; coleader, with Robert Mugabe, of the Patriotic Front (1976–80) against the government of Ian Smith in Rhodesia; minister (1980–82; 1988–99) and vice-president (1990–96).
/əŋˈkɔːsɪ/ noun 1. (South African) a term of address to a superior; master; chief
[uh n-kroo-muh, uh ng-kroo-] /ənˈkru mə, əŋˈkru-/ noun 1. Kwame [kwah-mee] /ˈkwɑ mi/ (Show IPA), 1909–72, president of Ghana 1960–66. /əŋˈkruːmə/ noun 1. Kwame (ˈkwɑːmɪ). 1909–72, Ghanaian statesman, prime minister (1957–60) and president (1960–66). He led demands for self-government in the 1950s, achieving Ghanaian independence in 1957. He was overthrown by a military coup (1966)
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