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A Stirling Olympian has been handed the role of chieftain at this year's Stirling Highland Games.
The sponsorship will be used to finance the Chieftain's Parade.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the APC chieftains were in the presidential villa barely some hours after the release of a letter purportedly written by former President Olusegun Obasanjo, advising President Buhari not to re-contest the 2019 presidential villa.
Gerona said that when Magellan arrived in the Philippines, Cebu was already a thriving port with vibrant communities headed by several chieftains and was actively involved in commerce.
champion Chieftains traveled to Springfield's MassMutual Center last Thursday night, where they overcame Western Mass.
SIX Time Grammy Awardwinning Irish band, The Chieftains are celebrating their 50th anniversary with a national tour that includes Birmingham's Symphony Hall.
The Chieftains - Voice Of Ages This album is released to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Grammy-winning Irish group The Chieftains' forming, incidentally the same year as The Rolling Stones.
PADDY Moloney and The Chieftains have hit the right note with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
MISSAN / Aswat al-Iraq: 600 Iraqi Tribal Chieftains in southern Iraq's Missan Province have expressed support for the security forces in their province, after the withdrawal of the American forces from the province, according to a statement by the Director of Tribes in Missan on Thursday.
QUETTA, December 07, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Chief Minister Balochistan Nawab Muhammad Aslam Khan Raisani has said extremists had been attacking Baloch Nawabs and tribal chieftains to push Baloch people to tribal war and anarchy like situation.
Ireland's Chieftains and California's Ry Cooder have absorbed musical styles from Cuba to Mali to Newfoundland, so an album mixing Mexican and Irish sounds is hardly startling.
The Chieftains, a guy recently explained at a Eugene barbershop, are to Irish folk music what the Beatles are to rock 'n' roll.