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Six Trillion USD in New Digital ‘LUMI’ to be dispersed for African development says ECO-6 and SOAD

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#Africa – October 1, 2020 — The world had better brace itself for the State of the African Diaspora (SOAD) which is steadily progressing its vision and which in late September announced its adoption of a new currency called : the LUMI

“The LUMI digital currency Stimulus will be issued in the amount of US$100 per month (6.26 LUMI) to every African Diasporan and every African on the continent, 18 years and above, via a digital wallet. It will be issued for a period of 3 years.  The first issuance of funds will commence on October 1, 2020 and end in October 2023,” said Timothy McPherson, Minister of Finance of the Accompong Sovereign Nation of the Maroons and Chief of the Economic Community of the African Diaspora 6th Region (ECO-6).

The Accompong Maroons, which is its own village with its own government established since the 17th century in the hills of St. Elizabeth parish on the Caribbean island of Jamaica, commenced to use the LUMI as its local currency since 2018.

“Accompong’s new currency is a commodity underwritten with solar and renewable energy. It will contribute to Pan-african climate change initiatives and the development of sustainable energy throughout the diaspora and Africa,” shared H.E McPherson, Canadian born and educated in Economics and Literature.

At a value of $15.96 US per LUMI, over the next three years the stimulus funding will support training, entrepreneurship, skills development, business, healthcare, social economic growth, goods and services in the Diaspora and within the African Kingdoms. 

H.E. Timothy McPherson, Minister of Finance of the Accompong Sovereign Nation of the Maroons and Chief of the Economic Community of the African Diaspora 6th Region (ECO-6).

“The LUMI is underwritten by 100KWh of solar energy and convertible to 4 grains of gold.  4 grains of gold in weight equals 0.2592 grams.  The current value for 1 LUMI is US$15.96 making it a formidable currency for global Africans,” explained His Excellency Louis-Georges Tin, Prime Minister of SOAD, adding, “The LUMI is essential to our sovereignty. It is our pride, our strength and our future.”

And what a bright future the LUMI is designed to create; its very name is aimed at sending an enlightening message.

“LUMI from the word LUMINOUS symbolising the Sun (Ra)…”

Keturah Amoako, the Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Repatriation of SOAD commented:  “We have been waiting for this moment for a very, very long time, the LUMI is the light a beacon which will lead us to economic empowerment, upliftment and for sure a sense of pride and dignity.  With the African Kingdoms and the African Diaspora integrated this is the ultimate unity and Pan-Africanism at its finest!’’

It was at a Royal Summit of Her Imperial Majesty, Queen Sheba III held on September 22, 2020 that the LUMI was formally introduced to the African Royal Kingdoms.  Prime Minister Tin jointly launched the LUMI as the official currency of the State of the African Diaspora (SOAD).

The Royal Summit, was held virtually under the theme ‘The 4th Industrial /Digital Revolution – The Reset.  Attendees learned that the US$ Six Trillion stimulus will be facilitated by the creation of a new bank for the African Kingdoms called: The Pan-African Kingdoms Bank.


Her Imperial Majesty, the Queen of Sheba III

There was also the unveiling of ASHEE; the acronym for African Stimulus for Health, Environment and the Economy as the vehicle by which development initiatives, training, projects entrepreneurship, skills development, business, healthcare, socio-cultural economic growth will be delivered to the African Kingdoms, nations and territories.

Her Imperial Majesty, the Queen of Sheba III, Throne Imperial Head of the African Kingdoms Federation of South Kingdoms in her speech stated: “This, towards nation building in warp speed, for we will need that in warp speed!  Not just to catch-up but to surpass the expectations, as Africa.  The LUMI empowers us in this new reality to make better and great choices for the care and development of Africa. It empowers us in this time as the Economic Community of the African Diaspora 6th Region to facilitate the needed financial stimulus to save African lives in this global pandemic.”

More information about the LUMI can be found at: https://www.eco-6.com/lumi-currency

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First time, African Football Club makes World Cup Finals

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By Dana Malcolm

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#Qatar, December 12, 2022 – In what is being described as one of the most unpredictable in the tournament’s history some of the biggest names in football including the No.1 team in the world was booted out of the FIFA World Cup last weekend and one African team in particular made history.

We are down to four; defending champions France; former finalists Croatia; hopefuls Argentina and complete wildcards Morocco who managed to send home one of the world’s top teams.

It was a weekend of tears and disbelief as Croatia first sent Brazil packing on Friday with some brilliant goalkeeping by Dominik Livakovic in penalty shootouts denying the No.1 team all but a single goal.  It caused pandemonium in football fans worldwide as bets were lost and a select few won big.

It was a dramatic scene following the match as a crowd favorite Neymar Jr. collapsed on the ground in shocked tears.

But the drama was not over, on Saturday for the first time in history, an African team made their way to the semi-finals of the World Cup as a determined Morocco barreled past Portugal, denying Cristiano Ronaldo any chance of a World Cup title this year.

France the title holders, unsurprisingly, sent England home to the chagrin of English fans and Argentina won a nail biting match over the Netherlands in penalties.

This week Argentina takes on Croatia on Tuesday at 2PM and France goes head to head with Morocco on Wednesday at 2pm.

Will Argentina and France go against each other again in the final, recalling their 2018 match when the French sent home the blue and whites in the round of 16?  Will Morocco make history yet again and become the first African team in the World Cup final?  Will Croatia steamroll over Argentina and face France in the finals, a callback to 2018 once again?

Given the nature of the tournament so far football fans must be prepared for anything.

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Putin in pursuit of Africa labelled ‘opportunistic’ and ‘calculating’

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#Africa, October 28, 2022 – Vladimir Putin, president of Russia says he is seeking closer ties with African countries according to Russian state controlled media and the push seems to be working.

TASS says, in a recent meeting with Umaro Sissoco Embalo, Chairman of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Putin described the trade volume between ECOWAS and Russia as “rather hefty” citing the regions 400 million inhabitants.

The renewed and ‘up-scaled’ interest in Africa comes as the Kremlin is frozen out of Western relations because of the Ukraine invasion.  Russia now has significant animosity against Britain, the EU and the United States which is certainly mutual.

“We hope that a significant contribution will be made to the development of relations—with members of the organization, and the entire African continent in general during your presidency in ECOWAS,” Putin told Embalo.

Earlier this year several African countries remained neutral to the war in Ukraine.  In the UN General Assembly’s vote to suspend Russia’s membership on the Human Rights Council of the 54 African states in the UN only 10 voted in favor of the resolution, nine openly opposed, and 35 abstained or refused to turn up.

Despite worldwide condemnation of the atrocities committed in Ukraine, Europe’s long and sordid history of African exploitation is now working to Putin’s advantage.  Many criticisms of African nations’ reluctance to comment on the invasion are met on social media by lashing criticisms on Europe’s own sins committed on the continent.  In addition Russia is still recognized in countries like South Africa for their help in overturning European regimes like apartheid.

Germany’s embassy to South Africa criticized Russia for thanking SA for remaining neutral back in March.

“Sorry, but we can’t stay silent on this one, it’s just far too cynical.  What Russia is doing in Ukraine is slaughtering innocent children, women and men for its own gain.  It’s definitely not “fighting Nazism”. Shame on anyone who’s falling for this…” the Embassy said.

Replies ranged from: “How far are you with paying reparations to Namibian people?” to “Why is the Federal Republic of Germany taking more action against the invasion of Ukraine then it did against the invasion of Iraq?”

And while President Joe Biden recently hosted South African President Cyril Ramaphosa in talks at the White House regarding his neutral stance on Russia and other issues, so far South Africa and the rest of the continent for the most part has stuck to its guns.

The issue is a polarizing one though, as at the same time thousands of citizens across Africa have openly disagreed with the neutral lot cast by their countries.

Also taken into account is the fact that the Russian war has pushed several African countries further into famine faster than expected thanks to the rising prices of staples like grain.

The Africa Center for Strategic Studies describes the Russian foray into the continent as:

“Expanding geo-political influence through low-cost ventures that hold economic windfalls for Moscow and President Vladimir Putin’s close associates. In this way, Russia’s strategy in Africa is both opportunistic and calculating.”

Whatever the motive, the strategy to ‘make nice’ with the continent seems to be progressing for Putin as his foreign minister Sergei Lavrov just finished a tour where he was welcomed into at least four nations to further diplomatic relations.

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768 Million People and their Homelands in jeopardy says Ecological Threat Report

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By Dana Malcolm

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#Africa, October 28, 2022 – A great portion of Sub-Saharan Africa may become completely unsustainable in just 28 years. This prognosis is according to the Institute for Economics and Peace in their most recent Ecological Threat Report.

The Institute assesses major ecological threats of food risk, water risk, rapid population growth, temperature anomalies and natural disasters and rates countries on their Ecological Threat Resistance (ETR)

This year it identified 27 ‘hotspot countries’ across the globe that face ‘catastrophic ecological threat with extremely low societal resilience.’ It puts 768 million people at serious risk.

None of the countries identified are located in Europe or North America which have the highest ETR, instead the victims mainly spread across Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), and South Asia.

Seven of the eight of the most affected countries are in SSA., which also has the highest rate of food insecurity.

“Of the 52 Sub-Saharan African countries, 37 recorded an extremely high level of food insecurity in the ETR,” said the report which was published on October 19.

Extreme drought and extreme floods in the past year have caused record lows in food production with the Red Cross warning that casualties could become heavy if residents remain without food.

In addition mass migration and natural disasters will also put populations in sub-Saharan Africa at serious risk.

In order to slow the disastrous process, countries will have to fix the high rates of violence, air pollution and high birth rate, even as climate change ravages their shoes.

Only one Caribbean country, Haiti, was listed on the 27 most at risk countries.

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