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Hi, Im looking for information about the national anthem of Kiribati.
Who wrote the I-Kiribati national anthem (lyrics and music)?
When was the national anthem of Kiribati officially adopted?
Please add any valuable information like links to anthem's mp3, video, lyrics, free sheet music etc.
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The National anthem of Kiribati is "Teirake kaini Kiribati" which means in English "Stand Up, Kiribati".
Kiribati's anthem lyrics were written by Urium Tamuera IOTEBA and the music was written by Urium Tamuera IOTEBA.
Adopted 1979.
 
 
Listen to Kiribati national anthem on Youtube
 
I-Kiribati anthem lyrics (Official English)
Stand up, People of Kiribati!
Sing with jubilation!
Prepare to accept responsibility
And to help each other!
Be steadfastly righteous!
Love all our people!
Be steadfastly righteous!
Love all our people!
 
The attainment of contentment
And peace by our people
Will be achieved when all our hearts beat as one,
Love one another!
Promote happiness and unity!
Love one another!
Promote happiness and unity!
 
We beseech You, O God, To protect and lead us In the days to come.
Help us with Your loving hand.
Bless our Government and all our people!
Bless our Government and all our people!
 
You can find more information about I-Kiribati anthem on Wikipedia - See link.
Sheet Music: View the I-Kiribati national anthem sheet music - See link.

 

Kiribati
I-Kiribati national symbol: frigatebird.

Kiribati flag

Conventional short form country name: Kiribati.
Conventional long form country name: Republic of Kiribati.
Local short form country name: Kiribati.
Local long form country name: Republic of Kiribati.
Former name of Kiribati: Gilbert Islands.
Pronounced Keer-Ree-Bahss
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Kiribati Government Type: republic.
 
Republic is a representative democracy in which the people's elected deputies (representatives), not the people themselves, vote on legislation. 
 
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