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Durban, South Africa strikes quite an alluring pose on the seashore at midnight with marina in foreground.

DIASPORA

 

JEWEL OF AFRICA

 

Adventure
to the Cradle
of Mankind

METROPOLIS NEWS SERVICE

LOS ANGELES (MNS)— Metropolis Newspapers, the corporate umbrella for  Charging Big Horn and Compton Herald, Los Angeles- and Compton-based digital newspapers, has released a signature 54-part series featuring the Africa titled, “JEWEL OF AFRICA,” an exhaustive in depth exploration of the nations that comprise the continent.

JEWEL OF AFRICA examines the 54 nations that make-up the cradle of man — each with its own sovereign government, GDP, culture, natural resources, language, military, and religion—and the treasure trove of

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According to Jarrette Fellows, Jr., CEO of Metropolis Newspapers, “Africa is Eden. She is not poor, broke, starving and destitute, but rather, a haven of some of the fastest-growing nations in the world with a combined exploding gross domestic product, that has transformed many from third-world to first world nations over the course of a decade due to newly uncovered natural resources.

“A miracle is unfolding in Africa, largely in the nations that make-up the southern region below the Sahara desert, with rapidly expanding wealth, stature, and political power, strategically positioning Africa within the global community of nations in the 21st century,” Fellows said.

Previously unknown deposits of oil and natural gas have been discovered in nations south of the OPEC states in North Africa and the Middle East, greatly enhancing their economic clout and bargaining power. Additionally, abundant reserves of precious metals and minerals like gold, silver, copper, diamonds; precious stones like rubies, emeralds, sapphires, opals, topaz, and raw materials like tanzanite, lithium, bauxite, iron ore, cobalt, coal; and heavy metals like uranium, cadmium, chromium, and lead have also been uncovered.

Beyond that, Africa is beautiful beyond description. White sand beaches, turquoise blue waters, lakes and rivers abounding with fish and other fresh-water sustenance. Africa is a showcase for cascading waterfalls, gorgeous sunrises and sunsets, rolling green valleys, rainbows, twinkling star-ridden night skies, and snowcapped mountain peaks.

Africa is a land of kings and queens, princes, and princesses. Her people are gorgeous too — the women, men, and children — not conforming to traditional standards, but, rather her own.

Africa is a provider too. She is blessed with fertile lands that could feed the entire world where anything grows.  At present, Africa only tills 3 percent of her arable land. The agricultural growth potential is quite literally unfathomable.

What’s more, words are inadequate to describe Africa's vast wild creation—unlike no other gathering of animals on Earth. God's lower creation is not lowly, but magnificent. His elephants, lions, buffalo, horned antelope, eagles, hawks, and falcons are royalty, and not only them—the small creatures grace the savanna and rainforest too.

Opportunity awaits in Africa too—from Angola to Zimbabwe. New business has only to be seeded and cultivated. African Americans with academic backgrounds, knowledge and gifts, need only travel to Africa to find this out. The continent will make room for you.

Africa has so much to give to African Americans. After all, we are her children—her progeny and she is calling us home. Yes, we have a homeland. Those who have found a lack of fair access to opportunity in America will fall in love with Africa, the land of our roots. Africa has much to offer us, as we have to offer her!

Lord God Almighty did not forsake Black Americans. We have a homeland over-flowing with milk and honey. Many African nations are calling us home to citizenship to invest in them, to use our knowledge to help our people there develop and build on the promises assured them by an all-wise creator.

You are invited to the exciting interactive adventure-tour of 54 nations in alphabetical order from A-Z, at JEWEL OF AFRICA, exclusively in the Charging Big Horn. Visit:

www.thechargingbighorn.com/jewelofafrica or www.comptonherald.org/jewelofafrica

 
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California-based Metropolis Newspapers has joined with the International Multiracial Shared Commerce Organization in New York to introduce Black investors to the vast business opportunities in beautiful Africa.

 

Africa focus of joint effort

 

To dispel myths, highlight opportunities

LOS ANGELES (MNS)—Metropolis Newspapers, the corporate umbrella for Charging Big Horn and Compton Herald, Los Angeles- and Compton-based digital newspapers, has released a signature 54-part series featuring the cradle of mankind titled, "JEWEL OF AFRICA," an exhaustive in depth exploration of the nations that com- prise the continent.

In a joint effort to educate Black Americans to the unique opportunities available in Africa for commerce and business development, Metropolis Newspapers has joined with the New York-based International Multiracial Shared Cultural Organization (IMSCO) to encourage a louder voice among Black Americans at the bargaining table respecting the proliferation of Africa’s vast wealth.

JEWEL OF AFRICA examines the 54 nations that make-up the continent—each with its own sovereign govern- ment, GDP, culture, natural resources, language, military, and religion—and the treasure trove of mineral and raw material wealth they possess, along with the continent's multiple-million acres of arable land that could feed the world.

According to Jarrette Fellows Jr., CEO of Metropolis Newspapers, “Africa in 2022 is Eden. She is not poor, broke, starving and destitute, but rather, a haven of the fastest-growing nations in the world with an exploding gross domestic product that has transformed many from third-world to first world nations in under a decade due to newly uncovered natural resources.

"A miracle is unfolding in Africa, largely in the nations that make-up the southern region below the Sahara desert, with rapidly expanding wealth, stature, and political power, strategically positioning Africa within the global community of nations in the 21st century," Fellows said, adding, Black Americans have a homeland in Africa, where they are being courted by African heads of state to return home, where in many instances they have been offered citizenship to live, work, and ply their education and skills.

“Africa seeks Black know-how from their counterparts in the US to help them manage their wealth and receive a percentage for their service," said Frank Weston, executive director of IMSCO, who has worked in Africa since 1978 to bring Black Americans to the bargaining table.

“We never left Africa. We never relinquished our citizenship," he said.

IMSCO has been brokering seats at the table for people of African descent for more than three decades. Wes-

ton says, even though his agency has endured for so long to open the door for Black Americans and others in the Diaspora, "IMSCO is [still] valid to all who support human rights. Some African officials in Africa and in the US, and European governments linked to the oil business, don’t support people of African descent or Black American-Africa co-development.

 

"This is [what ‘s] delaying IMSCO, which educates and assists in Black co-development," Weston said.

The JEWEL OF AFRICA treatise seeks to educate potential Black stakeholders in America and throughout the Diaspora of the vast opportunities available in Africa from business investment to education, and consulting as it relates to mining and procuring the oil, gas, and mineral wealth, along with managing the continent’s tremen- dous agricultural, textile, manufacturing, green energy, and digital potential.

Previously unknown deposits of oil and natural gas have been discovered in nations south of the OPEC states in North Africa and the Middle East, greatly enhancing their economic clout and bargaining power.

Additionally, vast reserves of precious metals and minerals like gold, silver, copper, diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires, opals, topaz, and raw materials like tanzanite, lithium, bauxite, iron ore, cobalt, coal; and heavy metals uranium, cadmium, chromium, and lead have also been uncovered.

Beyond that, Africa is beautiful beyond description. White sand beaches, turquoise blue waters, lakes and rivers abounding with fish and other fresh-water sustenance. Africa is a showcase for cascading waterfalls, gorgeous sunrises and sunsets, rolling green valleys, rainbows, twinkling star-ridden night skies, and snowcapped mountain peaks.

"Africa is a land of kings and queens, princes, and princesses. Her people are gorgeous too—not conforming

to traditional standards, but, rather her own," Fellows noted. "Africa is a provider too. She is blessed with fertile lands that could feed the entire world, where anything grows. At present Africa only tills 3 percent of her arable land. The agricultural growth potential is quite literally unfathomable."

What’s more, words are inadequate to describe Africa's vast wild creation, Fellows said. "Unlike no other gath- ering of animals on Earth. God's lower creation is not lowly, but magnificent. His elephants, lions, buffalo, horned antelope, eagles, hawks, and falcons are royalty, and not only them—the small creatures grace the savanna and rainforest too.

Opportunity awaits in Africa too—from Angola to Zimbabwe, as nations like China and India have shown, deeply invested in Africa. 

"New business has only to be seeded and cultivated," said Fellows. "African Americans with academic back- grounds, knowledge and gifts, need only travel to Africa to find this out. The continent will make room for you.

"Africa has so much to give to African Americans. After all, we are her children—her progeny and she is calling us home. Yes, we have a homeland. Those who have found a lack of fair access to opportunity in America will fall in love with Africa, the land of our roots. Africa has much to offer us, as we have to offer her." Fellows said.

"God Almighty did not forsake Black Americans. We have a homeland over-flowing with milk and honey. Many African nations are calling us home to citizenship to invest in them, to use our knowledge to help our people there develop and build on the promises assured them by an all-wise creator," he concluded.

 

JEWEL OF AFRICA, an interactive adventure-tour of 54 nations in alphabetical order from A-Z, is available at

www.thechargingbighorn.com/jewelofafrica or www.comptonherald.org/jewelofafrica