Yendi

[novel] Yendi is Steven Brust`s second novel in his Vlad Taltos series and is a prequel to the first novel, Jhereg. Originally printed in 1984 by Ace Books, it was reprinted in 1999 in the omnibus The Book of Jhereg along with Jhereg and Teckla. Following the trend of the Vlad Taltos books, it is named after one of the Great Houses in Brust
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Yendi

(from the article `Ghana`) A state of emergency was enforced from March to June in the northern Yendi district owing to ongoing political tensions over a chieftaincy. ...
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Yendi

Yendi is a town in the northeastern quadrant of Ghana in the Dagbon territory. As of 2000, it has a population of 40,336 people. Yendi is the traditional capital of the Dagbon Kingdom with the Ya Na as the Overlord. The people of Dagbon are called Dagombas or Dagbamba. The Dagombas are unique to Ghana. == Overview == Recently, Yendi has been prima
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Yendi

[Ghana parliament constituency] Yendi is one of the constituencies represented in the Parliament of Ghana. It elects one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election. It is located in the Northern Region of Ghana. he current member of Parliament for the constituency is Sulemana Ibn Iddrisu. He was elected on on th
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