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

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

My Incredible Journey To The Royal Arc Of Nubia

   

My Incredible Journey To The Royal Arc Of Nubia 

 

HH VICEROY Chief Bishop Sir John Nathaniel Hardy II

Crown Commissioner

African Kingdoms Federation – Missions

I have been engaged in pastoral duties for over 45 years.  I have served in multiple managerial posts including the garment industry where I spent more than 4 decades of my life and I have found it to be a very rewarding enterprise. I had the hunch that I would like to venture on another exciting adventure in the sun set years of my sojourn. 

I was introduced to Her Majesty by the then Crown Bishop for CARICOM, His Excellence, Dr. Kevin Smith on August 18, 2012 on her first visit to Montego Bay, Jamaica.  Before meeting her, I was utterly astounded about the high regards that His Excellence, Dr. Kevin Smith had for this person that he called Queen Shebah III.  As a matter of fact, I must confess that prior to meeting Her Majesty I became a bit skeptical at times whether she was a real Royalty; when I was in the presence of his Grace Dr. Kevin Smith, because he was constantly in dialog with Her Majesty on his phone, and I thought, “How can a Royal person be in touch with him so often?”

But when I met Her Majesty, my skepticism dissipated within the first hour, because those of us who were at that diaspora declaration event, were made to feel the human touch of Her Majesty, she was amazingly warm and friendly to all that were in attendance. Her share charm and beauty and her command of the English language impressed me immensely.

My journey became even more intriguing when I signed up to become a UC Task Force Cadet.  The things that fascinated me mostly about the ARC were firstly, the vast ocean of knowledge that is in the library. Secondly, the hospitality, courtesy and warmth of the persons that I came in contact with on the ARC and thirdly, I was blown away by the technological ingenuity that was employed in the creation of the ARC of Nubia; and more so when I learned that Her Majesty is the conceptualizer of such a marvelous piece of internet technology.

Traversing the ARC on a daily basis, I do feel like my University career has just began; my wife Governess Veronica and I have engaged some of our time in absorbing the information that are at our disposal on the history of the African Kingdoms Federation which we found enlightening as we embark on learning about the historical facts of the African Kingdoms.

We are enthusiastically committed to assist the Federation in its goal in the eradication of global poverty. May perpetual light continue to shine on Her Majesty and the African Kingdoms Federation and the Federation of the Far South! One In Light.

 

HH VICEROY Chief Bishop Sir John Nathaniel Hardy II

HM Royal Office Commissioner Director Operations

African Kingdoms Federation 

Jamaica

 

My Incredible Journey To The Royal Arc Of Nubia

   

My Incredible Journey To The Royal Arc Of Nubia 

 

HH VICEROY Chief Bishop Sir John Nathaniel Hardy II

Crown Commissioner

African Kingdoms Federation – Missions

I have been engaged in pastoral duties for over 45 years.  I have served in multiple managerial posts including the garment industry where I spent more than 4 decades of my life and I have found it to be a very rewarding enterprise. I had the hunch that I would like to venture on another exciting adventure in the sun set years of my sojourn. 

I was introduced to Her Majesty by the then Crown Bishop for CARICOM, His Excellence, Dr. Kevin Smith on August 18, 2012 on her first visit to Montego Bay, Jamaica.  Before meeting her, I was utterly astounded about the high regards that His Excellence, Dr. Kevin Smith had for this person that he called Queen Shebah III.  As a matter of fact, I must confess that prior to meeting Her Majesty I became a bit skeptical at times whether she was a real Royalty; when I was in the presence of his Grace Dr. Kevin Smith, because he was constantly in dialog with Her Majesty on his phone, and I thought, “How can a Royal person be in touch with him so often?”

But when I met Her Majesty, my skepticism dissipated within the first hour, because those of us who were at that diaspora declaration event, were made to feel the human touch of Her Majesty, she was amazingly warm and friendly to all that were in attendance. Her share charm and beauty and her command of the English language impressed me immensely.

My journey became even more intriguing when I signed up to become a UC Task Force Cadet.  The things that fascinated me mostly about the ARC were firstly, the vast ocean of knowledge that is in the library. Secondly, the hospitality, courtesy and warmth of the persons that I came in contact with on the ARC and thirdly, I was blown away by the technological ingenuity that was employed in the creation of the ARC of Nubia; and more so when I learned that Her Majesty is the conceptualizer of such a marvelous piece of internet technology.

Traversing the ARC on a daily basis, I do feel like my University career has just began; my wife Governess Veronica and I have engaged some of our time in absorbing the information that are at our disposal on the history of the African Kingdoms Federation which we found enlightening as we embark on learning about the historical facts of the African Kingdoms.

We are enthusiastically committed to assist the Federation in its goal in the eradication of global poverty. May perpetual light continue to shine on Her Majesty and the African Kingdoms Federation and the Federation of the Far South! One In Light.

 

HH VICEROY Chief Bishop Sir John Nathaniel Hardy II

HM Royal Office Commissioner Director Operations

African Kingdoms Federation 

Jamaica

 

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