Kiai


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Kiai

Martial arts
A shout used in aikido and other Japanese martial arts that expresses the energy accumulated during a period of meditative build-up.
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I have done my part in serving Mukurwe-ini," local MP Anthony Kiai said.Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i had cautioned politicians against instructing urban dwellers to travel to their rural homes for the census.
Governor Mutahi Kahiga, Rigathi Gachagua (Mathira), Rahab Mukami (woman representative), James Gichuhi (Tetu), Anthony Kiai (Mukurwe-ini) and are Tangatanga troops.
To date, in spite of the publication of a number of studies documenting the history of student activism at the University of Nairobi during these crucial years (Amutabi 2002; Chege 2009; Kiai 1992; Klopp and Orina 2002; Mutunga and Kiai 1996; Savage and Taylor 1991; Omanga and arap Buigutt 2017), the experiences of student recruits at the NYSPUT and the programme's subsequent influence on the development of student activism at the University of Nairobi have remained largely undocumented.
In it, the author examines the political relationship between Islam, the state, and society by focusing on three types of local leaders: the kiai or religious leader, the blater or strongman, both of whom are informal leaders, and the klebun or village head, a formal leader.
Todos os atletas sao federados pela entidade KIAI - Associacao Canoense de Judo, na Federacao Gaucha de Judo, e competem nas classes sub-18 e sub-21.
Minister Rudiantara said that currently hoaxes were circulating about as if there were criminalization of the Islamic scholars (kiai, ustadz) then there were those who died and the police had arrested and apparently the perpetrator was insane.
"Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Rights to Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and of Association, Maina Kiai's.
What followed afterwards was a combination of Kiai and K'ihap - a perfect bombardment on pre-designated targets with split second synchronization, intensity and precision.
-NYT Syndicate Maina Kiai, a Kenyan human rights lawyer, served as United Nations Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and association in 2011-17
Many of the accused sorcerers had religious credentials that fit the general profile of a traditional NU leader (kiai) but they had a long-standing reputation within their communities for practising black magic (p.
"Since January 2017, a number of undemocratic bills have been proposed in state legislatures with the purpose or effect of criminalizing peaceful protests," independent UN experts on freedom of expression and freedom of assembly, David Kaye and Maina Kiai, said in a recent statement, presstv reported.