House Of Sheba - AKF-FOS News

House Of Sheba - AKF-FOS News

UNDESA CSO NGOMG 'African Kingdoms Federation - Federation Of The South Arab-African Council for Integration & Development NewsDesk

House Of Sheba - AKF-FOS News

House Of Sheba - AKF-FOS News

UNDESA CSO NGOMG 'African Kingdoms Federation - Federation Of The South Arab-African Council for Integration & Development NewsDesk

AT HER MAJESTY'S SERVICE

 

At Her Majesty's Service

One thing that I really like about being part of the Queen of Shebah III Arc of Nubia is that The Imperial Majesty or The Kingdom allows and needs individuals to use their Creator-given-skills, like never before. It encourages one to dig deep into their “skill sets” and bring up things that they might have forgotten or never knew they had. The African Kingdom Federation hones-in on those creative skills and puts them into active use. Quite often we put Our real selves including our God-Given Skills, (which we usually just display as hobbies) to the side, because we need to perform the learned ones in order to make a monetary living.

                                         First trip to Accra, Ghana, West Africa.  Happy To Be in My Mother's Land

 

Thank goodness that I learned to put my individual self into my “Career” so that I did not completely loose myself in the Corporate World. I worked hard, actually naturally, at staying well rounded. I tried to always remember and stay focused on the fact that my “J-O- B” was to support my family and not the other way around and that there Is a big World out there. Always liking helping others, I brought that over into my duties as an employee where I worked in a Data Center servicing the computer “User Community” within the organization. The large Mid-range and Mainframe Computers have over 60 thousand Internal System Users/employees attached by their Desk tops, Laptops, local Servers and Hand Held Devices. This does not include the millions of external daily customers that are serviced throughout the 5 boroughs of New York City. I managed the Data Center staff that maintained the access to these various networked platforms ensuring that their required output, system and data backups, data storage and data retrievals were correctly conceived. Assisting in this process and helping my coworkers was very fulfilling.  The PCs that we are all accustomed to using daily cannot be compared to the Super Terabyte devices that we sustained. They are a whole different “ball game” and require many different types of technicians for their support such as Systems and Applications Programmers, Computer Analysts and Engineers, Technical Support teams, Data Center Operators and Data Entry personnel. It was a real team effort and I look forward to more joint contributions to The African Kingdom Federation. After being securely locked in, literally, (very few within the organization has access/none outside) inside of those huge windowless, usually a city block long in length Data Centers, I look forward to sitting somewhere, anywhere I want, outside under a tree even, with my little 10 gig laptop and doing, absolutely, what I want and think I am good at, (ha, ha), writing/communicating to and assisting Humanity in the quest for peace and equality.  


                                        Akosombo, Ghana 2013. Picking oranges for juicing.

I actually now get a chance to Find and Exercise my 7 specific God-given skills that I believe that each of us have and were born with. I know that one or more of mines is to serve Humanity, one way or the other, thus ensuring that the world does not “belly-up” to the self-destructive behavior of the greedy. So with that, I plan to and will enjoy my future with Thee African Nubian Kingdom Federation-Queen of Shebah III Arc of Nubia as well developing my other other endeavors. After having been institutionalized during the first half of my life, I’m looking forward to “Freelancing” the second half including traveling. Sooo, “Lalibela, Ethiopia here I come!” while definitely performing my Crown Queens Council Court duties, too, Her Imperial Majesty.

One In Light. 

Governess Naa Amartekaa, Crown Media Office, African Kingdom Federation

 

Last updated by Chieftain Naa Amartekaa I Mar 31.

AT HER MAJESTY'S SERVICE

 

At Her Majesty's Service

One thing that I really like about being part of the Queen of Shebah III Arc of Nubia is that The Imperial Majesty or The Kingdom allows and needs individuals to use their Creator-given-skills, like never before. It encourages one to dig deep into their “skill sets” and bring up things that they might have forgotten or never knew they had. The African Kingdom Federation hones-in on those creative skills and puts them into active use. Quite often we put Our real selves including our God-Given Skills, (which we usually just display as hobbies) to the side, because we need to perform the learned ones in order to make a monetary living.

                                         First trip to Accra, Ghana, West Africa.  Happy To Be in My Mother's Land

 

Thank goodness that I learned to put my individual self into my “Career” so that I did not completely loose myself in the Corporate World. I worked hard, actually naturally, at staying well rounded. I tried to always remember and stay focused on the fact that my “J-O- B” was to support my family and not the other way around and that there Is a big World out there. Always liking helping others, I brought that over into my duties as an employee where I worked in a Data Center servicing the computer “User Community” within the organization. The large Mid-range and Mainframe Computers have over 60 thousand Internal System Users/employees attached by their Desk tops, Laptops, local Servers and Hand Held Devices. This does not include the millions of external daily customers that are serviced throughout the 5 boroughs of New York City. I managed the Data Center staff that maintained the access to these various networked platforms ensuring that their required output, system and data backups, data storage and data retrievals were correctly conceived. Assisting in this process and helping my coworkers was very fulfilling.  The PCs that we are all accustomed to using daily cannot be compared to the Super Terabyte devices that we sustained. They are a whole different “ball game” and require many different types of technicians for their support such as Systems and Applications Programmers, Computer Analysts and Engineers, Technical Support teams, Data Center Operators and Data Entry personnel. It was a real team effort and I look forward to more joint contributions to The African Kingdom Federation. After being securely locked in, literally, (very few within the organization has access/none outside) inside of those huge windowless, usually a city block long in length Data Centers, I look forward to sitting somewhere, anywhere I want, outside under a tree even, with my little 10 gig laptop and doing, absolutely, what I want and think I am good at, (ha, ha), writing/communicating to and assisting Humanity in the quest for peace and equality.  


                                        Akosombo, Ghana 2013. Picking oranges for juicing.

I actually now get a chance to Find and Exercise my 7 specific God-given skills that I believe that each of us have and were born with. I know that one or more of mines is to serve Humanity, one way or the other, thus ensuring that the world does not “belly-up” to the self-destructive behavior of the greedy. So with that, I plan to and will enjoy my future with Thee African Nubian Kingdom Federation-Queen of Shebah III Arc of Nubia as well developing my other other endeavors. After having been institutionalized during the first half of my life, I’m looking forward to “Freelancing” the second half including traveling. Sooo, “Lalibela, Ethiopia here I come!” while definitely performing my Crown Queens Council Court duties, too, Her Imperial Majesty.

One In Light. 

Governess Naa Amartekaa, Crown Media Office, African Kingdom Federation

 

Last updated by Chieftain Naa Amartekaa I Mar 31.

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