Lokang Jackson August 27, 2016

We can agree by now that letters do not make words, but segmenting letters make us have meaningful words. Linguistical disabilities and abilities creates differences in our way of communicating information in spite of meanings. When you speak languages, you are probably going to have an ease in learning a new one because all tricks are same, but syllables makes the situation a little different. Attachment and availability things e.g. food, trees, animals, unusual things we are used to doing allow us use it often and that is our nature. Other people prefers to use Th, au, ph, f, i at the end or beginning of a word and that totally their choice as long as that is what makes them happy and keep them at peace. Why border about it and so are they. Don't get confuse because syllable is so close to pronunciation.

Example 1 Au or Ou

Otto: 2 syllables; ot and to

Outhow: 3 syllables; Ou, tho, ow

example 2 th and i

Ariet: 2 syllables; A and riet

Arieth: 3 syllables; A, Rie and th

Arieti(ariet i): 4 syllables; A, rie, ti, i. The confusion here is that other tribes will say rieti while others will say Riet i(with an ie sound)

example 3 w and i

Opio: 2 syllables; opi, io(the two syllables are hardly noticed because it does not end on i but rather makes it a bridge)

Ophiew: 3 syllables; O, phi(similar to an f sound), ew(e u(eiu) sound)

example 5

Nyalupa: 3 syllables; nya, lu and pa

Nyilubai: 4 syllables; nyi, lu, ba and i

nyingeyotayotato: 7 syllables; nyi, nge, yo, a, yo, ta, to

Lokang Jackson August 27, 2016

We describe what we see, feel, think or hear in a way that matches it. Sometimes we do that for fun, other times because it makes us angry or excited whatever the case may be it at least represents something.

word description
1 Slowly walking
Ciluk ciluk, Chiluk, Chiluk, Shiluk, shiluk
2 Purely clean
pili pili
3 gloomy face ngwaki
4 slowly ndol ndol
5 hardly wing wing
6 laughable Mac Nyero
7 continues laughing Ying ying
8 passer by(kato) Tila, Tila
9 sloppier drinker Mbel Mbel

Lokang Jackson August 27, 2016

Every(Ma Gwi) tribe have a special letter beginning or end of word they used often compared to others e.g. O, A, I, Lo, N, M. TH, PH is and Y, I are letters that confuses at all time. Y and i are often either doubled or used separately in words. Putting special letters at beginning of words clearly alter the meaning making it trade mark of that tribe.

Kato Bura pio riek
O Okato Obura Opio Oriek
A Akato Abura Apio Ariek
I ikato ibura ipio iriek
Lo Lokato lobura lopia lorieko
N Nkato Nbura Npio Nriek
M Mkato Mbura Mpio Mriek
TH Katoth Burath Pioth thriek
PH pHio, pHiow, phiew
Y Yako yura yio yiek

Lokang Jackson August 26, 2016

To understand our weaknesses, we need to compare ourselves to central and North America. African jungles are full of researchers from countries all over the world because the state governments runs cheap governments. I mean $10,000,000 can bribe one and can blindly give the entire country any trigger moron do whatever they want in our continent without analyzing risks and consequences. I tell you this, no money(Million, billion, trillion, quadrillion, gazillion) not even a bank should have enough money to influence us but reasons should. This people are not going back because the other reasons could they are fleeing, are criminals in their own country/continent, want start their own next family empire, doing, illegal businesses. What we need to do is renegotiate terms with them. Employee professionals to handle those issues, let journalists in to document and police to investigate matters. The other primitive way of course to go into wars. I tell you, you have already lost that war. Other continents have powerful and strength weapons than we do but logic is powerful than any weapon you ever think the Acholi people say, "Rieko loyo kom tek". Meaning some time using your mind can solve all thing than using battle.

Lokang Jackson August 26, 2016

Believed me or not, there are four(4) continents of originals that have upto date maintain their fight against supremacy of their territory, control their culture, have their religion and that is Europe, Siberia, Asia and Africa. The others have limited power on their land, culture, security, people just name them. For Africa to compete with them, first we need to know what they have, how they develop it, where they are now and then etc. Europe and Siberia is what I call the white continent, Asia is of course of Asians and Africa for African. The white continent have been playing smart because they are able to accept imperial, supremacy, cultural failed leader i.e. if one of them seem to provide what is necessary at the time, they all fall behind and follow that eliminate death while keep them growing especially the white continent. That is also one of the reasons why their power and authority can be seen globally. As and African, I don't wanna be a global player rather an African player wherever i am and in whatever I do. In the old days it was call African Spirit now it is becoming a PAN which is also a good thing personally. How then do we compete with these people. Some of the reasons are above, but ideally we just need cooperation with them in other words please do understand us and respect our values and so we will do it unto you.

Lokang Jackson August 26, 2016

Quite people normally have such strong wording meaning more consonants than vowels. Loud people depends on ascents i.e they want to sound but hide their meaning while its the opposite on the other side. Talking about the Africans big two tribes - the Bantu and Nilotic in general, The bantu used consonants often than the Nilotic and trust me, when they Nilotic speak, you can hear it as far as 5km away. Both Bantu and Nilotic are highlands and lowlands and are both not based on few tribes inside each of them. Having say that, other Bantu tribes pronounce and behave more like Nilotic and so are the Nilotic to Bantu. Below are some words:-

Word Bantu Nilotic
be Mbe Ber
oto otto otoo
dong Ndong dong
bote Mbote bote

Words used in the example above do not take in meanings

Lokang Jackson August 26, 2016

Words already exists and that is the easiest part for all of us at this point because all tribes speak and expresses themselves. Our interests are not in the word though, but rather how do they get formed. If rethink alphabet, then words are bunch of letters minced together whatever it actual real meaning is for now. So letters do really form word and so are words to sentence - which is beyond the scope of this article. Let try to pic two letters closely linked and are used interchangeably e.g. K and C and S and C. S and C are problems of their own because they are not actually interchangeably but they are real letters that other tribes missed in their alphabet. Borrowing ideas from language fundamental, K and C are either temperate or food oriented issues.

initial Word Word with K
Word with c
Word with S
1 ongo Kongo Congo Songo
2 Wa Kwa Cwa Swa
3 i ki ci si

If we gather let say fifty(50) tribes and asked all of them to explain what the above words means, there is a probability that a few of them will rime.

Lokang Jackson August 25, 2016

In short, alphabet are symbols however, symbols can be anything. It is what defined society i.e an identity of a society. We also have to remember that society is numbers of communities and in Africa that is tribes and ethnics. In the two there are many divisions that makes it difficult to find a single identity for all. When situations turn this way, we take the the commonly used and mostly important e.g. Cua, Task(lak Liech), and Lango and common in Luo. To make that a reality, we need to defined identity of society - what the above represent in terms of culture, religion, people and ideas or quest for unknown. Culturally, drum and OLOTO are common hence, the letter that represent e.g. entertainment, dance, music should come from combination or one of the two because culture is actually three or more of the above. If culture means religion, let say, religion is a believe or constant quest of that we know yet seems too far from us. We therefore, will now want to find out how many tribes know the word religion and what does it translate to them? Imagine it is called Lega, but can we see, lega? No!? but know what it represents wherefore, the symbol becomes that what is we know e.g. represent a man who ones fought or defended entire society from disaster, out break etc. What do he do that time, what did he say, what did he look like what did he like? That is based on what we already know. What if it means reflection of ourselves?

Alphabets are also written during time of transition - a change of life from one thing to another e.g Farmers decided to work on machenic, fisher man decided to become politician, lecturer decided to become a community developer. We now need to look deep into say hundred(s) or thousand(s) of years a head and behind and put in place a symbol that will stand between this time because we want to keep what we do now constant and should mean exactly what we mean now and then.

Lokang Jackson August 23, 2016

If there is one thing we all need to appreciate about God, then it is how created us same while on the same note created us different. We are talking about language. We differ from each other in terms of how we question our position on this planet against each other. The closer we originally together, we becomes same and so does the opposite. Our differences are also influence by temperature and Food - extreme cold and extreme hot and bitter, soar, and sweet food effects a lot. How doe this affect language then? Our tongue is the center for verbal speech. This creates favours ways we pronounce word specifically letters.


Home: Let's take it deeper. Letter H is opposed in other tribes for that reason, they alternatively chooses another whenever H is use at the beginning and rarely inside word. Other tribes choose K for H that makes Home becomes Kome. There are tribes that do not appreciate K therefore, they use R replacing first letter with Rome.

Meanings: Now, pronunciations are different from what the first tribe has pronounced. Entire meaning becomes totally different to all the three tribes.

home: is residential.

Kome: Refers to self, but not all tribes pronunciation sound same. Others might pronounce it Komi here we have another meaning.

Rome: Meaning enough for s/he, them etc. Same word also means a place of resident making it reversible. Here we have two different word closely having same meaning, but does place of resident means where I, you, she, he, they, them etc lives?

In the end, language has words, but what it carries with it makes a culture. Culture is an identity of group of people in a locality. With it comes living standard, society, Religion, technology, system etc. All people speak through sign, vision, hearing, touch etc.


Lokang Jackson August 22, 2016

Anything that logically reacts with a part of another is called a chip. Our brain is where information is stored, but it is not the source of information. Our blood, muscles, nerves, glands are sources of information in our body. Trigger to release information in our body depends on the active, sensitive, responsive part of our body. Our muscle does not respond most time but effect in our blood system does. Our blood has DNA which is sensitive to things outside our body e.g. temperature, Immunity etc. It is true that if we can make some thing that has temperature in it, it reacts to our body with then affect our size, height, age etc. It either reduce or increase number of our DNA making our body less or higher than the original.