Talk:Chokwe–Luchazi languages

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kwami (talk) (rv. fraud) or linguistic bias? Let us be realistic and positively analyse contributions from others. Fighting Mbunda history has potential for self distruction (refer your suggestion on Nyemba following Kawaya anton (talk comments, a Mbunda from Namibia. Check the origin of Ngangela from the same ref. "Achim von Oppen, 1993, Terms of Trade and Terms of Trust: The History and Contexts of Pre-Colonial Market Production Around the Upper Zambezi and Kasai, p 31 ff", which you have finally accepted and are using.

We are not fighting you brother, but we are all researching and exposing the trueth. If it affects your earlier contributions, simply own up. Now you are contradicting yourself, what is Nyemba (Ngangela), if you now accept that Ngangela is a generic term for peoples east of the Ovambo? Ndandulalibingi (talk) 09:29, 19 February 2013 (UTC)

When you make a claim, and cite a source which does not support that claim, you are guilty of fraud. If you commit fraud on WP, you will be reverted, and eventually blocked. — kwami (talk) 10:40, 19 February 2013 (UTC)