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#Africa – October 1, 2020 — The world only has to prepare for the State of the African Diaspora (SOAD) which is progressing steadily in its vision and which announced at the end of September the adoption of a new currency called: the LUMI

“The LUMI Stimulus digital currency will be issued for an amount of USD 100 per month (6.26 LUMI) to each African Diaspora and each African on the continent, aged 18 and over, via a digital wallet. It will be issued for a period of 3 years. The first issuance of funds will start on October 1, 2020 and will end in October 2023,” said Timothy McPherson, Minister of Finance of Accompong Maroon Sovereign Nation and Head of African Diaspora Economic Community 6and Region (ECO-6).

The Accompong Maroons, which is its own village with its own government established since the 17and century in the hills of St. Elizabeth Parish on the Caribbean island of Jamaica, began using the LUMI as its local currency since 2018.

“Accompong’s new currency is a commodity backed by solar and renewable energy. It will contribute to pan-African initiatives on climate change and sustainable energy development across the Diaspora and in Africa,” said HE McPherson, born in Canada and trained in economics and literature.

Worth US$15.96 per LUMI, over the next three years, the stimulus funding will support training, entrepreneurship, skills development, business, healthcare, socio-economic growth , goods and services in the diaspora and in the African kingdoms.

HE Timothy McPherson, Minister of Finance of the Sovereign Accompong Maroon Nation and Head of the African Diaspora Economic Community 6and Region (ECO-6).

“The LUMI is guaranteed by 100KWh of solar energy and convertible into 4 grains of gold. 4 grains of gold by weight equals 0.2592 grams. The current value of 1 LUMI is US$15.96, making it a great currency for Africans around the world,” 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 brilliant future the LUMI is designed to create; its very name aims to send an enlightening message.

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

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

It was during a royal summit of Her Imperial Majesty, Queen Sheba III, held on September 22, 2020, that LUMI was officially presented 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 4and Industrial/Digital Revolution – The Reset. Participants learned that the US$6 trillion stimulus will be facilitated by the creation of a new bank for 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 Economy as a vehicle through which development initiatives, training, entrepreneurship projects, skills development, business, healthcare, socio-cultural economic growth will be delivered to African kingdoms, nations and territories.

Her Imperial Majesty, the Queen of Sheba III, Imperial Head of the Throne of the Federation of African Kingdoms of the Southern Kingdoms, said in her speech: “This, towards the building of a nation at the speed of lightning, because we will need this at lightning speed! Not just to catch up but to exceed expectations, like Africa. LUMI empowers us in this new reality to make better and bigger choices for the care and development of Africa. This gives us in this period, as the Economic Community of the 6th region of the African Diaspora, the means to facilitate the financial impulses necessary to save African lives in this global pandemic.

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