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She said her assertion was based on feedback she received from headmen in the Bintulu Division during her visit last week.
MP for Nkange, Mr Edwin Batshu had asked the minister to state why Headmen of Arbitration were not paid acting allowances when they act for vacant post of Headmen of Record.
They are thinking that Amethi headmen will sell themselves for Rs 20,000.
-Var of Village Headmen Zafer GE-leE-en showing the cameras
* Confrontation (F (3; 56) = 4.15, p [less than or equal to] 0.01) Scheffe's test showed that confrontation is more positively valued by managers at the first level of management (director, deputy) than by heads of the departments, divisions/services (p [less than or equal to] 0.05) and by the headmen (p [less than or equal to] 0.05);
Hasan Edemem, a 31-year-old teacher, worried that the village headmen would not give priority to those most in need of shelter.
Then, the headmen started to visit citizens who did not have their ID numbers written on their ID cards.
Headmen of the country's two religious communities are throwing around political statements, says Toni Angelovski for Vreme.
From a literacy perspective, he takes early modern period to begin at the end of the 16th century when the administration of rural communities fell to headmen of the agricultural class, and end in the middle 1880s when centralized education was imposed on all school-aged children.
Since that time I have repeatedly noted in historic photographs of Plains men that chiefs or headmen often carried pipes with unadorned round stems and large T-shaped stone bowls.
At the same time they made it clear that the residents' rights rested with the chief, magistrate, and headmen of their district, and not with someone who might be, as it were, some distance from their location or even in another district.
The 11-member team of US, Indonesian and Australian scientists -accompanied by two headmen from the local Kwerba and Papasena tribes - surveyed an area of the Foja Mountains, in Indonesia's Papua province on the western side of New Guinea.