The below shows some of my new product range.
Pray believe achieve – Men’s T-Shirt
Pray believe achieve – Men’s Premium Hoodie
Pray believe achieve – Snapback Cap
Pray believe achieve – Tote Bag
Pray believe achieve – Women’s T-Shirt with rolled up sleeves
Pray believe achieve – Women’s T-Shirt
Stay blessed – Drawstring Bag
Stay blessed – Women’s Premium Tank Top
Stay blessed – Snapback Cap
Beautiful soul – Drawstring Bag
Beautiful soul – Men’s Premium Hoodie
Beautiful soul – Snapback Cap
Beautiful soul – Hoodie Dress
Beautiful soul – Tote Bag
Beautiful soul – Women’s T-Shirt with rolled up sleeves
Beautiful soul – Men’s T-Shirt
Beautiful soul – Women’s T-Shirt
LION OF JUDA – Drawstring Bag
LION OF JUDA – Men’s Premium Hoodie
LION OF JUDA – Women’s Premium Tank Top
LION OF JUDA – Snapback Cap
LION OF JUDA – Tote Bag
LION OF JUDA – Women’s T-Shirt with rolled up sleeves
LION OF JUDA – Men’s T-Shirt
The above can be found at https://shop.spreadshirt.co.uk/walking-in-faith
Most of the designs below come in both male and female styles. See the end of the post for the link to my teespring online shop for these products.
Back view of the above
See below link to store
I will be adding to this post and posting my new collections shortly.
Benin Togo Nigeria and Ghana area
The Volta–Niger family of languages, also known as West Benue–Congo or East Kwa, is one of the branches of the Niger–Congo language family, with perhaps 50 million speakers. Among these are the most important languages of southern Nigeria, Benin, Togo, and southeast Ghana: Yoruba, Igbo, Bini, Fon, and Ewe.
These languages have variously been placed within the Kwa or Benue–Congo families, but Williamson & Blench (2000) separate them from both. The boundaries between the various branches of Volta–Niger are rather vague, suggesting diversification of a dialect continuum rather than a clear split of families, which suggest a close origin
The constituent groups of the Volta–Niger family, along with the most important languages in terms of number of speakers, are as follows (with number of languages for each branch in parentheses):
The Yoruboid languages and Akoko were once linked as the Defoid branch, but more recently they, Edoid, and Igboid have been suggested to be primary branches of an as-yet unnamed group, often abbreviated yeai. Similarly, Oko, Nupoid, and Idomoid are often grouped together under the acronym noi. Ukaan is an Atlantic–Congo language, but it is unclear if it belongs to the Volta–Niger family; Blench suspects it is closer to Benue–Congo.
To be continued
Historically some of the original Jews residing in Spain were sent to Sao Tome. Here is the ancestry DNA of one of these descendants