• The Twisted Tower, Jeddah City, Saudi Arabia?
    The Twisted Tower, officially known as the "Jeddah Tower" (formerly the Kingdom Tower), is a remarkable skyscraper currently under construction in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Once completed, it will stand as the tallest building in the world. The tower features a distinctive twisting design, resembling a helix, and will house a combination of residential, commercial, and hotel spaces.
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  • POEM??
    I Am An African
    I am an African
    Not because I was born there
    But because my heart beats with Africa’s
    I am an African
    Not because my skin is black
    But because my mind is engaged by Africa
    I am an African
    Not because I live on its soil
    But because my soul is at home in Africa
    When Africa weeps for her children
    My cheeks are stained with tears
    When Africa honours her elders
    My head is bowed in respect
    When Africa mourns for her victims
    My hands are joined in prayer
    When Africa celebrates her triumphs
    My feet are alive with dancing
    I am an African
    For her blue skies take my breath away
    And my hope for the future is bright
    I am an African
    For her people greet me as family
    And teach me the meaning of community
    I a
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  • CUSH
    In the Scriptures, Cush is the modern day country of Sudan… (Khartum, Meroë)
    The modern day country of Ethiopia was a separate kingdom founded by Sabeans, known later as the Kingdom of Aksum…
    “Hermes” is just an Egyptian synonym for the "Son of Ham"
    The composition of “Her-Mes” is, first, from "Her", which in Chaldee is synonymous with "Ham", or "Khem", "The Burnt One"
    Then, secondly, "Mes" is from Mesheh, meaning "to draw forth"
    There is a connection between this word and birth...
    Thus, Her-Mes is "The Son of Her, or Ham" The Burnt One, that is, Cush...
    “Now Nimrod, as the son of Cush, was black, in other words, was a negro. "Can the Ethiopian change his skin? "is in the
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    Nubians are a Nilo-Saharan ethnic group indigenous to the region,which is now Northern Sudan ?? and Southern Egypt ?? They originate from the early inhabitants of the central Nile valley, believed to be one of the earliest cradles of civilization
    Nubian history can be traced from c. 2000 BCE onward to 1504 AD, when Nubia was divided between Egypt and the Sennar sultanate and became . Nubia and Ancient Egypt had periods of both peace and war. Around 3500 BCE, the “A-Group” of Nubians arose, existing side-by-side with the Naqada of Upper Egypt.
    Known for rich deposits of gold, Nubia was also the gateway through which luxury products like incense, ivory, and ebony traveled from their source in sub-Saharan Africa to the civilizations of Egypt and the Mediterranean
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  • Few people know that the famous Groundnut pyramids of Kano that once adorned Nigeria's currency were the invention of Alhaji Alhassan Dantata to stack bags before export. He innovated the idea around 1920 and quickly became the wealthiest man in Kano. He is the great-grandfather of Aliko Dangote, the richest Black person on planet Earth. While some people's great grand fathers were chasing girls, Alhaji Dantata was chasing his dreams. Are you repeating the same pattern? The things you do will affect your lineage. There are no generational curses. That is an excuse for your poverty. But there are generational good habits. Start one now so your great-grandson can be proud of you, as Dangote is proud of Dantata.
    #RenosNuggets #FreeLeahSharibu
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  • My driver to Apple Campus in Silicon Valley last week is a white American, age 68,and has wworkover 40 years . He said to Me; “ I need an advice , at 68 years I ,ave nothing to show except for the property I bought 1984 for 75000 in Bay Area and it’, now worth over 1Million 1 million dollarI sell it and use the money to enjoy my life for the remaining 20 year I havyearft”.
    Guess what?My answer wwasto him?
    However ,his artic,e will not disclose my advice to him but I need ,ou to think for few minutes if a white A ican experience thisexperiencesnothing to show after 40year plus of 40 year till having to be a driver at such an age , what do you think the experience of a black immigrant will america will be?
    Imagine he didn’t buy that house in 1984? 75,000 in 84 was a lot of money,b
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  • The cassava tree was cut down and some stems which where cut into ground grow again and produced such a big unexpected harvest underground, LESSON ⚡ no matter how you a cut down ,how someone fights you ,how anyone puts you down never accept no for an answer or loose hope the more you fail the more your biggest success story ! Work underground produce actionable results ,grow until they say you're much,you're at all people you desire ,hey have many failing stories than success bu they made it blbless and happy end of year 2023
    Good morning ? have a buetiful blessings a head @@followersHHon Mwesigye AlexMHon Mwesigye AlexAHon Mwesigye AlexHHon Mwesigye alex akiki for mp buhaguzi kikuube districtMHon Mwesigye alex akiki for mp buhaguzi kikuube districtaHon Mwesigye alex akiki for mp buh
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  • A mad man handed his cheque to a bank teller and said, “I would like to withdraw N5000..”
    The Male teller told the mad man “For withdrawals less than N10,000, please use the ATM”.
    The mad man then asked, “Why?” The teller irritably told the mad man, “These are rules. Please leave if there is no other matter. There is a queue behind you.” the teller then returned the cheque to the mad man.
    The mad man remained silent. But he returned the cheque to the teller and said, “Please help me withdraw all the money I have.”
    The teller was astonished when he checked the account balance of the mad man through the system. He nodded his head, knelt down,and said to the mmadman
    “My apologies Sir, you have N3.5 billion in your account , nd our bank does not have so much cash currently.
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  • Madam Bambina's Brothel
    Episode Three
    “You are killing all my customers. What is it that you have in your body that is making men die after touching you? Do you want to drive me out of business?” Madam Bambina asked Cheta. Her face does not look good at all. She looked worried and troubled by a serious problem. Her eyes were red as if she did not sleep well the night before.
    Cheta did not say anything yet as she patiently waited for Madam Bambina to finish ranting. As always, Madam was smoking,and the oodorfilled the air, making Cheta very uncomfortable. Occasionally, she coughed because the smoke from the cigar bellowed and entered her nostrils. She used her left pam to cup her nose.
    “I gave you the first man to service. You killed him. I gave you five other men to service,
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  • President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has urged teachers to utilize their professional knowledge to transform Uganda socially and economically.
    “In your education system, when you say you are a social scientist, you find a peasant producing another peasant, and you don't see that as a problem, and you continue teaching, what are you teaching? Why don't you see that there's social stagnation here and,in some cases,social regression? We have been having some scuffles over the issue of the correct approach to knowledge transfer ever since independence because there are some people who look at education as a means of copying foreign things and trying to be Europeans. Of course, we didn’t agree with those people, and we used to have normal scuffles, and we struggled against that type of misedu
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  • This was the most disgusting moment singer Rihanna had..
    The singer complained that she doesn’t enjoy the fact that a guy took pictures of her backside with a Nokia Gs300 and posted it on the internet.
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