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Ma̱ryam A̱baca

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Ma̱ryam A̱baca
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Sot mbyina̱nap Jhyuk
A̱byin mbyinNaijeriya Jhyuk
A̱lyoot nang á̱ ku tyia̱ ngguMaryam Jhyuk
A̱lyoot kyangbwakMaryam Jhyuk
A̱tuk mbyin4 Zwat Tsat 1947 Jhyuk
A̱keang mbyinKa̱duna Jhyuk
A̱tyunswatSani A̱baca Jhyuk
NggwonMohammed Abacha Jhyuk
Lilyem a̱ lyen lyiat, lyuut ku tyia̱ bwak ma̱ng a̱nhu a̱niShong, Kpat (a̱lyem) Jhyuk
Ta̱ma̱tyukwai-nfwuo-á̱niet Jhyuk
Cuk ji a̱ ku ba̱ng a̱niFirst Lady of Nigeria Jhyuk

Ma̱ryam A̱baca ((Fa̱k); byin a̱tuk mam 4 Zwat Tsat 1949) yet a̱kyuo a̱tyokhwu Sani A̱baca wa, a̱kwak a̱son a̱byin a̱khwot a̱kwop Naijeriya kyiak neet ma̱ a̱lyia̱ 1993 ba̱ng si̱ tat 1998.[1]

A̱son shyicet ma̱ng a̱kariya[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

Ma̱ a̱lyia̱ 1999, Ma̱ryam A̱baca ku nyia̱ a̱tyoli nggu wu ku nyia̱ kyang ku myim Naijeriya a̱ni; a̱gba̱ndang a̱tyunta̱m a̱gwomna̱ti Naijeriya a̱ghyang si̱ kaat nyia̱ da̱ nggu Ma̱ryam A̱baca wu ku lyiat a̱nia mat a̱ shashe a̱gwomna̱ti ba ba̱ kwak nggu kpa̱mkpaan wa, ma̱nang Sani A̱baca wa ku nyim a̱kwak a̱son a̱byin wu, Olusegun Obasanjo mi̱ jaru.[2] Mi̱ da̱ a̱lyia̱ 2000, Ma̱ryam Abacha ku shyia̱ mi̱ Naijeriya a̱wot a̱ si̱ fwung ma̱ng cyi a̱tyok nggu bah bi̱ri̱ng ma̱ng a̱ka̱hyia̱ na nang á̱ ya̱fang mbwak nyia̱ nggu wa ku nyia̱ a̱ni.[3] A̱ swan a̱keang Ka̱na̱u, Si̱tet Ka̱na̱u, Naijeriya.[4]

Ma̱ryam ma̱ng Sani A̱baca ku byia̱ mman á̱nap a̱tat ma̱ng mman á̱sam a̱natat nia.[5] Muwamet A̱baca wa yet a̱ni̱nap a̱sam nggu a̱ shyia̱ di̱ swuan a̱ni.[6]

A̱yang-a̱li A̱baca wa ku kpaat A̱licootá̱niet A̱byin A̱buja ka (gbangbang á̱ ku ngyei "A̱licootá̱niet A̱byin mat A̱nyiuk ma̱ng Mman") ma̱ng Misha̱n Swat Nyinyang Á̱son A̱nyiuk Afi̱rika.[7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14]

Nkwaa̱mbwat[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

  • Kabir, Hajara Muhammad,. Northern women development. [Nigeria]. ISBN 978-978-906-469-4. Ta‌̱mpi‌̱let:OCLC.

Ya̱fang[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

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  2. "BBC News - Africa - Abacha widow breaks her silence". Retrieved 26 Zwat A̱kubunyiung 2014.
  3. Acess my library Ta‌̱mpi‌̱let:Dead link
  4. "Britons hired by the Abachas". TheGuardian.com. 4 Zwat Swak 2001. Retrieved 4 Zwat Swak 2001.
  5. "CNN: Newsmaker Profiles". CNN. Archived from the original on 8 Zwat Nyaai 2004. Retrieved 26 Zwat A̱kubunyiung 2014.
  6. Chhabra, Hari Sharan (2000-12-17). "After Mobutu, it's Abacha". The Tribune.
  7. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 10 Zwat Swak 2011. Retrieved 12 Zwat Sweang 2009.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  8. Ta‌̱mpi‌̱let:Cite magazine
  9. "International email scams score billions with offer of millions.," Fort Worth Star-Telegram
  10. "E-Mail Offer Is Scheme to Defraud Visa Seekers". The New York Times. 28 Zwat Swak 2004.
  11. "Imagine what the millions would do to our FDI numbers!, BUSINESS TIMES". Archived from the original on 19 October 2012. Retrieved 26 Zwat A̱kubunyiung 2014.
  12. "If It's From Nigeria, Hit Delete". 1 Zwat Swak ma̱ng Jhyiung 2004. Retrieved 26 Zwat A̱kubunyiung 2014.
  13. "USATODAY.com - File-sharing war won't go away; it'll just go abroad". USA Today. Retrieved 26 Zwat A̱kubunyiung 2014.
  14. "Buy in to Spam to Get Rich Quick". Wall Street Journal. 3 Zwat A̱natat 2002. Retrieved 26 Zwat A̱kubunyiung 2014.

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