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Black Wall Street eyeing the rebirth of Africa

Monday April 26 2021
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Charles N Lambert head of the Black Wall Street Africa

By The Citizen Reporter

The Black Wall Street [BWS] through its Economic War has been at the forefront in helping Africa transform its economy and create productive jobs by supporting investments to build essential infrastructure, helping workers develop skills, and facilitating greater access to markets for citizens and businesses through economic integration.

The Community of Black Wall Street which was burnt down 99 years ago will rise back from ashes, Charles N Lambert, commander, and leader of the Black Wall Street Africa has stated.

As we are all aware, Africa has been down to ashes and has needed a rebirth since the end of direct colonization of the continent. A rebirth that will set the tune for her discovery of who she really is when devoid of colonial influences and a rebirth that will also set the blue print for her development and advancement as a people.

According to Lambert, this long-awaited rebirth also known as the “African Renaissance” or “Africa for Africans” has been articulated in detailed scripts written through the 26 Episodes first season of the show Economic War with Charles N. Lambert

In a statement released by the Champion of this economic revolution, Charles Lambert, this rebirth which is anchored on a new economic system known as Compassionate Capitalism  includes a detailed implementation plan that includes the return of the slaves as masters over a more sophisticated and vibrant Super Power African economy that will alleviate hundreds of millions from poverty and fast track the development of rural communities

The statement reads in part "This rebirth will be held through two major events coordinated by the Trinity Platform which consists of The Black Wall Street, Redirect Mall and Development Channels. The rebirth hinges on the first ever ideological transfer from African Americans to Africans through the adaptation of the Black Wall Street Economic philosophy of Trap and Reinvest from 100 years ago."

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The first event focuses on the online philosophical rebirth of Africa through the adaptation of Compassionate Capitalism and the Trap and Reinvest new Black Wall Street Platform.

"The second event which is the Resurrection Camping Festival of One million people in November 2021 (Rakai) focuses on the offline Brick and Mortar rebirth of Africa through the rebirth of the new Black Wall Street community (City), the 600 Jurisdictions and the subdivisions/ franchised business operations all designed to transform Africa into a global Super Power achieving the long-held dream of our forefathers.

"The rebirth of an Africa that is void of foreign influences calls for the announcement of a new capital for Africa and Uganda has been chosen by providence to be the location on our continent for this Capital status. This explains why both events are being held in Uganda and also explains why your esteemed Uganda based events and advertising agency has been selected to fly this important flag for Africa.

"The first event will be held on May 31st and June 1st 2021 at the Black Wall Street House (BWS House) at 4, Kitante Close, Kampala Uganda. We will be launching 7 things and giving awards for Pan Africanism to 28 people over the two days in commemoration of the Philosophical Rebirth of Africa.

"The 7 things we are launching include a book known as New World of Compassionate Capitalism which debunks the current global capitalists' system of the ancient European philosopher Adam Smith, two African based kinds of literature in Plays- When the Samba Broke and Wait Until Dawn which demonstrate the rich wisdom in African traditional societies, 1,000 Philosophical quotes from Charles N. Lambert which underlines the fact that the author of Africa rebirth is indeed a philosopher in a league Adam Smith would only admire. "

The 7 Star Launch as contained in the statement also include a new Social Media Platform known as Economic Circle providing an ingenious way to relate social media to the economic emancipation of the African society.

"We are also launching the first-ever franchised business operations of the BWS known as Good Morning Africa (bakery), the new Black Wall Street App and the new Black Wall Street Satellite TV."

Finally, Lambert says regarding the unprecedented awards known as Advocate of Africa Award, BWS will be giving to esteemed Pan Africanist every year: "we are giving awards to 28 distinguished first recipients which include President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and 12 other notable Ugandans, Wole Soyinka, PLO, among others.