Awori

Awori steht für:

  • Awori (Volk), ein Volk in Nigeria


Awori ist der Name von mehreren Personen:

  • Aggrey Awori, ein ugandischer Politiker
  • Moody Awori, ein kenianischer Politiker
  • Mary Okelo Awori, eine kenianische Managerin
  • Hannington Awori, ein kenianischer Manager
  • Thelma Awori, eine ugandische UNDP-Direktorin für Afrika
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