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Hi, I am an android developer based in Calabar, I want to build an android app for teaching the efik language, while doing my research, I stumbled on your website and discovered it to be a great resource for my project. I wish to obtain permission to use the resources on this site for my project. Credit will be duly given. Thank you.
I have always had an interest in locating and learning about the people language and culture of the Efik people. this is a excellent website and I am excited about the rich heritage of the people. Excellent source of information.
I am glad that I found this website. It makes me very proud to see the work that is being done in Calabar.
Thumbs up to the great minds behind this forum. Itong uwem osong m’mufo o!!!
I want to be a part of this, there are lots of things to be updated here, pls contact via email; firstname.lastname@example.org
I had a boss, very nice man and he was Efik, my friend who I am also currently living with is also Efik ( i have other Efik/Ibibio friends too oh, but I am not doing a roll call here..lol). I actually Came here to pick up phrases to impress them. I generally love language and culture and I wish all the tribes had a page like this where I could learn food, language and about the people. Great Job!
It is refreshing to find a website that is dedicated to the cause of the Efik people, especially the issue of Bakassi. My prayer is that the wrong done to the people be revealed and the evil action of the enemies be reversed.
How do you say my love in calabar, how do you also say fine boy. What is the meaning of, hei boy or hei brok I cant pronounce it well. Does it mean my love or fine boy, if is not then what is the meaning. Also how do you say my angel in calabar as well. I want to no it.
I must say, that I am so excited and pleasured to have this online. Most grateful to the organizers of this forum. Thumb up to you guys out there. I am proudly Efik both flesh, bone and blood. Truly, “Efik edi mbakara.” I appreciates deep inside of me. Bravo
I want to learn ibibio language cos of my fiance. But it seems we av the efiks here. But I will appreciate if someone can tutor me on ibibio
Hello, please how do I say my sister in Efik?
This is soooo amazing and ultimatly a great forum to emphasize on our culture, super proud to be a calabar woman. ‘Efik e’di mmbakara’
I sincerely love this.Am so excited I can easily learn more about my cultural heritage through this medium. # Efik Eburutu.
I am happy this site is up and I hope to use it to teach my little kid. I like to know if their are any forum like this in Nigeria one can take the kids to in order to learn more about their language
My boyfriend is from Nigeria he is currently teaching me efik’ this website is awesome for us beginners, Thankyou. Nancydrew:)
Ekom doooooo nditoeka nnyin, good to know the group is active and thriving. Let’s keep the flag flying.
Nnyin idi mbakara. Mbakaras are known for creativity, advancement, charitable causes, development etc. Let’s prove ke idi mbakara indeed.
Abasi odu ye kpukpuru mbufo ye nnyin NDE.
ette, i’m really impressed at what you are doing with this beautiful
language… EFIK. Many languages are dying today because the speakers
failed to teach their children their language and culture. You are doing
a good job. Yak Akwa Abasi akaiso odiong mbufo ata eti eti.
I had some words recorded to me on whatsapp.. he told me it is calabar language ..I want to know what he said to me . If anyone is willing to help me figure out what he said, it would be greatly appreciated.. he will not tell me what it means..
Interesting insight into Calabar culture and people
This is very interesting, i like to know how to pronounce these words,
but it is very helpful
Keep it up!
So pleased to have found this site. Shall we just say ”the eagle has landed?”
meeting today great ppl,lets turn out in great numbers 2day for the meeting,see u all sn.
Good to see a wonderful site like this with a lot of information. Thank you
Great Initiative. Are there opportunities to place adverts?
Nice! I never knew you could learn the basics of efik online
I am so happy to find a page like this through Google search. Well done for the good job!
Am happy to find a page like this,I want to suprise my man by speaking his dialect
Well done to those who put this together. How can one be a member if they don’t know another Efik sister or brother that is already a member?
Nice forum !! Welldone!its superb ĄЙd̶̲̥̅̊ I thank the founders of this forum.God bless xx
Nice one. Well done web masters. Its refreshing to find something correct and up-to-date, emphasis on the correct. All the best. Abasi odiong mbufo
I am happy to have come across this forum.Its quite informative and educative.Thank Yoy Calabar Forum
emi edi ata ediyie Edinam… I appreciate this Forum so much. it will bring together People of Like minds and uniformed cultural ideologies
I really like this and i want to be part of it
Ndito Efik mokom mbufo. Eka iso ke ndinam s’ifonde ke essien idut emi mbufo edude do. Ata emem Abasi m’udim odu ye mbufo. Amen.
Ndito ete, enem mi esit eti eti ndikut eti ubõk utom emi mbufo enamde o. Eyak ika iso inam ntem, ke edibono ke emem ye ñkõri. Mbõk ami ndu mi ke Leeds, mkpama ndidiõñõ itie mbono mi ke ñkañ emi, ye facebook address emi. Esõsõñ o.
Eko do ndito ette,
It great to see such a forum going, hopefully I will join, need a sponsor it seems (Rah!)
Hi my name is Steve; I have gone through the website of Calabar Culture and fall in love with the state, now next year by grace of God am relocating to Calabar.
Hi Calabarians. I am Maryflor. Nto Philippines and I am married to a Calabarian National. I found your website and very interesting. i even learn some Efik phrases here and its help me thou its quit hard. I even heard Carnivals ur biggest festival and I was hoping I can visit and attend Carnival this year. Your delicacies are so good and I woyldnt missed preparing them for my hubby. I love Calabar and thank u for this site. It helps me a lot. Godbless Calabar. Godbless Nigeria.
I especially like the Efik phrases with audio. I hope you will record more of the greetings and other words. It is a pleasure having a resource like this as I seek to learn about the culture and traditions of the place where I live and work. As an American educator, I am always trying to learn as much as I teach. Thanks!
I love what you people are doing.
I am Effiat son and Bakassi indegene resident in the Czech Republic. The Effiat people have similar cultural heritage with Efiks and Efuts. Though I am not resident in the UK, I really commend your work in the Calabar Forum. It would be interesting to invite you to present Calabar Culture to the Czech Public.
This information came to me at a critical time and was discovered just when I needed it.
THANK YOU SOOOOOOO MUCH!!!!!!!
This is a good project. I want to be a part of this. How can I start Calabar Forum for Lagos residents??
Its great to know that people want to keep our culture and its values. I’m proud to be Efik.
I want to thank whoever is responsible for monitoring this site, your quick response in taking my displeasure into consideration and reinstating my comment has reassurred and empowered me into coming to a decision to join this forum. Ndito Efik, mbufo edi mkpo uto, eme enyung edot itoro. Abasi akpakam omum mbufo adian ke ima onyung ono mbufo nsongo. I will endevour to attend the meeting to join the forum.
Hi my good people keep up the good work,Please if l may ask can any one tell me something about King Eyamba the V
the first black king to interact with the Queen of England,can we do just a little reseach about this fact. Thank-you.Continue the good work l’m proud of you guys and l’m equally proud to bebelong to Efik -the-esin efik itiaba.
Non-partisan political socio-cultural organisation is not synonymous with neglect of political interests of a people. Politics is an aspect of a people’s culture. Calabar Forum needs to ponder the implications of not being proactive in these interesting times. Always bear in mind that an extra ordinary organisation is an ordinary organisation with extra ordinary minds. The mantle awaits those that are ready, capable and willing. The moment is now. The jury is out. God bless Canaan.
Good to see the emergence of a fresh gathering of Calabaris, at least of contemporary generation, out there. Should you uphold/pursue your advertised motto (“friendship, unity & prosperity”) without unhelpful distractions, perhaps you’ll shine some of the light that our community urgently needs, albeit from the diaspora. Keep it up there, while we hold the reins here. Good luck & God bless.
I just wanna say a very big thank you to the Calabar Forum for putting
up a very good end of your party that brought joy,fun,unity,friendship
and satisfaction. This is what togetherness is all about.Keep it up.
A good sense of organization. Hospitality and a brand in culture.
i am so proud to be an efik gal. well done!
happy new year to every single member of this great organisation. I am so proud to be a member of the calabar forum team,and I look forward to a greater height of success in the future.May God bless calabar!
hi, im proud to be a Nigerian and most importantly, a crossiverian from calabar- Efik.
i do not think i will see anything better than this for now,anyway for this team just keep the good work flying.
wow; just like a miracle,good job please keep it up. if you do need my help, i can help.
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I would like to thank Richard and Eddie for all their hard work and commitment to improving our website. This acknowledgment is positive indication that we are making progress and also moving in the right direction.
This is a very good effort by our webmasters. Well done. More grease to your elbows.