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House Of Sheba - AKF-FOS News

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

Journey to the Arc - Part 3. Ret. Shipmaster Sir Edward COOTE

At Her Majesty's Service

H.E Sir Edward COOTE - H.M Crown Ambassadorial Council Chairman

African Kingdoms Federation - Missions

Part 3.

Journey to the Royal Arc of Nubia

 

After a successful career as a ship’s officer and Master (Captain) of a ship, I left the sea and started a life in the shore-side of shipping and of commerce rising to Chairman of a number of companies.

 

I was introduced to Her Majesty through the medium of a Ghanaian business colleague in Johannesburg, South Africa. I have had considerable experience in dealings with Tribal Leaders and their people over a number of years and my colleague felt that Her Majesty might find my contacts to be of use to the Queen.

 

I was then contacted from my colleague in Ghana and he advised that Her Majesty was showing some interest in my tribal experiences. Many of these had come about during my 20 years in the Rotary organisation and I had built on the acquaintances I had made. My initial involvement was with the people of the Zulu Nation and I made it my business to learn as much as I could about the Zulu people, their culture and their history. In addition I started a night-school course and learned the rudiments of the Zulu language, which, over some years, I have augmented through regular meetings and through becoming comfortable with the language.

 

Later, after retirement, I joined the Dell computer company in Johannesburg and was instrumental in helping g them to start and to build-up, a programme of donating computers to underprivileged schools in rural areas of South Africa. The many visits of inspections which I made to hundreds of schools also helped me to develop an even deeper knowledge of other tribal groupings such as, for example, the Bapedi, the Batlokwa, the Xhosa and the Tembu people and the Venda nation with whom I became exceptionally close!  During a period of 10 years I became known and was publicly recognised as “Dell’s Rural Connector “and was responsible for the donation of thousands of computers to schools.

 

In becoming connected with Her Majesty I have been fascinated to know of her history and of the African Kingdoms Federation which she has developed. I am dedicated to trying to assist the Federation in any way possible!

 

My almost 61 years of happy marriage has also introduced and involved my wife in becoming as accepted as myself, by tribal leaders and their people and we are both dedicated to Her Majesty and the Federation. 

 

Sir Edward E. Coote –

Crown Chairman Ambassadorial Council

African Kingdoms Federation 

Ambassadorial Chapters Council Home-Office

South-Africa.

Journey to the Arc - Part 3. Ret. Shipmaster Sir Edward COOTE

At Her Majesty's Service

H.E Sir Edward COOTE - H.M Crown Ambassadorial Council Chairman

African Kingdoms Federation - Missions

Part 3.

Journey to the Royal Arc of Nubia

 

After a successful career as a ship’s officer and Master (Captain) of a ship, I left the sea and started a life in the shore-side of shipping and of commerce rising to Chairman of a number of companies.

 

I was introduced to Her Majesty through the medium of a Ghanaian business colleague in Johannesburg, South Africa. I have had considerable experience in dealings with Tribal Leaders and their people over a number of years and my colleague felt that Her Majesty might find my contacts to be of use to the Queen.

 

I was then contacted from my colleague in Ghana and he advised that Her Majesty was showing some interest in my tribal experiences. Many of these had come about during my 20 years in the Rotary organisation and I had built on the acquaintances I had made. My initial involvement was with the people of the Zulu Nation and I made it my business to learn as much as I could about the Zulu people, their culture and their history. In addition I started a night-school course and learned the rudiments of the Zulu language, which, over some years, I have augmented through regular meetings and through becoming comfortable with the language.

 

Later, after retirement, I joined the Dell computer company in Johannesburg and was instrumental in helping g them to start and to build-up, a programme of donating computers to underprivileged schools in rural areas of South Africa. The many visits of inspections which I made to hundreds of schools also helped me to develop an even deeper knowledge of other tribal groupings such as, for example, the Bapedi, the Batlokwa, the Xhosa and the Tembu people and the Venda nation with whom I became exceptionally close!  During a period of 10 years I became known and was publicly recognised as “Dell’s Rural Connector “and was responsible for the donation of thousands of computers to schools.

 

In becoming connected with Her Majesty I have been fascinated to know of her history and of the African Kingdoms Federation which she has developed. I am dedicated to trying to assist the Federation in any way possible!

 

My almost 61 years of happy marriage has also introduced and involved my wife in becoming as accepted as myself, by tribal leaders and their people and we are both dedicated to Her Majesty and the Federation. 

 

Sir Edward E. Coote –

Crown Chairman Ambassadorial Council

African Kingdoms Federation 

Ambassadorial Chapters Council Home-Office

South-Africa.

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