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Evidence of African Tribal Names in the Bible

Old Testament

Amos--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Ahmo.

Isaiah--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Asa is transposed by changing A to I and adding iah.

Jeremiah--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Chereme. First transposed to Cheremiah then further after Western European tongues--Jeremiah.

Zechariah--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Sechere. The S is dropped in mis-transliteration and a Z added. 'Chere' is changed to 'chariah.'

Obadiah--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Means creator in Akan and is pronounced Oboadee. The word was then transposed to Obadee in European ears and then Obadiah in European languages and orthography.

Joshua--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Gyasi. Transposed by Greeks to Djoser, Djeser. The most famous African Ancient Egyptian who possessed this name was Gyasi Kraseneboo, a famous ancient sot.

Haggai--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Agyei.

Hosea--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Osee. In Europe this name Osee was transposed to Osea and then the "H" was added.

Samuel--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Asamoa.

Daniel--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Daani. One "a" was dropped; and then 'el' was added.

Jonah--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Ajena. The 'a' was dropped then 'Jena' was changed to Jona then finally became Jonah.

Ezekiel--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Ezeke.

Ezra--an original Nzima/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced as Azra.

Habakkuk--an original Akan/African name not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Baako.

Malachi--This name has not gone thru much trans- mis- literation/position

Nahum--an original Akan/African name and not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Nana/Naal Afum.

Nahemi--an original Ga-Adangme/African name and not European Jewish/Hebrew.

Zephaniah--an original Akan/African name and not European Jewish/Hebrew. Pronounced Sapanin. The 'Sa' dropped. Then 'in' dropped. 'Z' added to prefix and 'iah' added to suffix.

"African Who Wrote the Bible" by Dr. Darkwah. Pages 311-313.

Note: I was so impressed with this book that I send Dr. Darkwah a personal email to which he did respond, humbly and gracefully, as only he could.

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Always Remember that: "Anytime We As A People Are Not Having Our WaySomeone Else Is Having Theirs...And It's Never To Our Advantage."

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