Bury Her Gently

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AuthorHouse, Nov 1, 2000 - Fiction - 148 pages
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Kono Gold or Koine Gold raises controversial issues: regarding the Kono natural resources, the  people, their traditions, and lineage,  these the world tends to identify with Sierra Leone and downplays the intellectual resources  in the country.   


Kono Gold reveals the culture of the Kono people: belief systems, intellect,  philosophies, religion and spirituality.

Kono Gold or Koine Gold is primarily about the Naming System of the Kono People of Sierra Leone, West Africa, however, within its chapters, controversial or sensitive issues are raised.  The problems of Africa...


This book is not focused on the Kono diamonds, gold or other natural resources.  On the other hand, the gold that this book is concentrated on is the golden  traditions of the Naming System of the Kono People, their valuable heritage from their ancient ancestors.

Kono Gold reveals that the wealth of a country pertains not only to the wealth of the land, but to the culture of the people, their belief systems, their intellect,  their philosophies, religion and their spirituality.

 Kono Gold reveals that of all African naming systems, the Kono tribes of Sierra Leone

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