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'Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth council worldwide observed that except we get rid of those Fulani Youths as our gatemen and watchmen, our outbursts against the establishment of Fulani Youths Vigilante groups will amount to nothing, when the Fulani Youths Vigilante groups are unofficially operating in our midst for decades and even most tenants in the South East prefer the Fulani Youths Vigilante guarding their streets than our local vigilante groups.
Mohammad Adnan of Mohammad Ashraf Electronics Shop LLC , (right), on the Zayed 1st street (unofficially know as, Electra street,) dealing with a customer at his shop in Abu Dhabi yesterday.
New Delhi [India], Nov 18 ( ANI ): Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan on Sunday "unofficially" declared himself as the ambassador of state-run carrier Air India.
"They (VIPs) get porters unofficially who carry their luggage, baggage and other things and serve them as their personal servants.
She also feared election staff's connivance with her rival candidate and certain leaders of his party to change her unofficially declared victory to defeat.
_: Tea is unarguably and unofficially Pakistan's national drink as it part of the daily lives of millions of Pakistanis.
Hundreds of thousands of Bulgarians work unofficially and seasonally in agriculture in the European Union, report trade unionists quoted by the Bulgarian National Radio.
Police launched the investigation into the case after unofficially collecting related information for about two weeks.
It's a particularly poignant event this year as it is unofficially dedicated to the father of church member, Ruth Coward, who is also an ambassador for Dementia UK.
Unofficially, BDI refuted these speculations stressing that all of their MPs will unanimously vote for the new government, like they voted for Gruevski's government.
In a phone interview with the "Cairo Today" show on OrbitTV, Egyptian Pres.Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi said he was "not upset" with cartoonist Islam Gawish, who was arrested on Sunday and released early Monday after he was "unofficially" accused of insulting the regime:
He is the fiercely loyal and deeply connected former aide to President Bill Clinton and has played many roles both officially and unofficially for the Clintons.