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Bode

 

a river in the German Democratic Republic; left tributary of the Saale (Elbe basin). Length, 160 km; basin area, 3,300 sq km. Rises in two streams on the eastern slopes of the Hartz, flowing in a picturesque narrow valley. Reservoirs and hydroelectric power plants are located in its upper reaches. The cities of Thale, Oschersleben, and Strasfurt are located on the river.

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Bode is the grandson of a Christian king and the son of a Yoruba chief, Joseph Lawal.
The men in Bode's family had always gone to university to study civil engineering but Bode knew he wasn't cut out for that.
Bode studied performing arts at university in Nigeria and it was from there he went on to dancing with Nigeria's national dance troupe, winning the Ministry of Culture's Dancer of the Year award in 1985.
He was dancing with the troupe, starring in a TV soap and producing dance pieces for TV but still Bode felt there was more he had to achieve.
In England Bode managed to get funding to set up his own dance troupe and phoned his dad to break the news.
Bode is keen to recognise the people who have supported him along the way.
It was through financial support from the Arts Council in London Bode was able to develop the troupe as an international concern.