The Land Kemetic is the present day Egypt the oldest language was not Chinese as they say it is from Africa the ancinet language of Egypt is called Medu Neter language,  Black people both Africans in the west , East , Central and other parts of Africa all originally came from the Kemeticians land which is Egypt Africa spirituality in Africa the Indeginous derive from Kemet back in Egypt libations were born the ancestors were honoured it is the oldest the Kemetic Spirituality it existed before Christianity,  Islam , Judaisim they got their Concept from Kemet , the word Judgement was used when the Kemetician who were judge at the Judgement Hall , Kemeticians belived there is Death and life Heru or Horus was Divine he also performed the Miracles also died and resurrected from the dead same as Jesus did now the question is what do you mean ? I mean the Abrahamic Religion never existed until the Founder of that Religion created it and spread what they call Word of God,  Heru or Horus was born of a Virgin wise men visited him there were star brighten in they sky the Cross symbol the Christians have is not the original symbol they said it represent Jesus Resurrection actually the symbol is about life and many other things symbol like Ovaries were part of it this is not Judging other Religion this is liberation from Enslavement.

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In the Western world Pan Africanism is a threat to the White people in the western world,  Pan Africanism actually dates back to the olden times of the Founder Majesty Honourable Marcus Mosiah Garvey from Jamaica around that time because of Discrimination he told Blacks to come back to the Motherland,  Blacks are seen as inferior and evil people in the White people eyes both Mentally and physically later Kwame Nkrumah and other African leaders promoted it this 20th Century Pan Africanism is the awaken call we all Blacks must wake up we are have been Colonized both Mentally , Physical and Spirituality,  am Pan African is not about Violence is about Peace , Unity for Black people both in Africa and the Diaspora may people are not awaken so as Pan Africanist we spread the mesage of the great ancestors who blessed our Pan Africanist such as Marcus Garvey,  Malcom x , Khalid Muhammad,  Thomas Sankara and Sekou Toure and many more .

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Biography of Kwame Selikem Okatakyie   Birth name is Reggie Kye  Wiredu-Boateng I was born in 16th August, 1998 I grew up in Ga neighborhood in Dansoman I was raised by my Maternal aunt Christiana Adwoa Agyekum I speak Twi, GA and a little Wolof , Yoruba and Swahili I moved to my Paternal aunt place her name is Grace Atakora Asiedu I attended Most Holy Heart School in Dansoman and also Good Samaritan Prepatory School in Cape coast I lived in Abura a small town I came to the USA 4 years ago when I came I did not know much about my Heritage and Africa as well at the age 16 I started Seeking Knowledge I begin to read about African Slavery and African Slaves brought to the Western World I learn more also about Religions that was not indigenous in Africa which the Arabs and Europeans brought after that I studied more about African Different Tribes and history I created my own group on Facebook called African Liberation is about unifying Africans and African descendants now we have 3.4K  members in the group after knowing about Africa I listen to Marcus Garvey about Roots I was waken right there I went seek for information about my heritage I was given few information I was able to traced my roots back to Dahomey the Present Day Benin and Ghana,  on my maternal side there was intermarriages so am mixed with Ashanti, Ewe, Fon and Nzema my maternal ancestors originally came from Ouidah Benin and settled in Ghana  the Fon tribe members,  my maternal ancestors settled in Kumasi one of them married Nzema woman from Tarkwa and  one of my ancestor he is Ewe his name is Korku Mawuli from Tegbi Volta Region married a woman in the family called Yaa Dufie, my maternal ancestors settled in Kumasi then later Obogu war happened and later immigrated to Kwahu Obo but my ancestors on my Paternal side my ancestors came from Denkyira immigrated because of the Wars and Marriage and  also immigrated to Akim Oda  some settled in Kwahu areas and Kwahu Twenedurase,  one of my ancestor from the Mamprusi tribe Alhaji Muhammad Fusenni Abdulai married a woman called Ama Amakye he settled in Kwahu Twenedurase before going to Tamale he had accident he gave his posession to his Elderly Son Haruna Fusenni Abdulai he is from Gambaga Upper East Region  also had daughter named after her wife Uncle Kofi Opoku Ababio her daughter Halimatu Farida Opoku Ababio she spoke Twi and Mampruli was the great great grandmother of my grandmom Comfort Abena Asantewaa. I was blessed Ewe Eldery Woman gave me  the name Selikem meaning Destiny have Established the is significant . 

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Maternal side History immigration from Ouidah Benin to Ghana
Family  History and Origins from Benin to Ghana
Ahigbe Aibuedefe was the brother of Agbonsailo Agbonifo they were born in Ouidah, Benin west africa around the late 1400s his mother Yayra abenyaga  and his father Sejro Mawuli Aibuedefe -Agbonifo he had two wives his first wife name is Yayra abenyaga and the second wife name is Alokpessi Aibuedefe -Agbonifo -Abuedefe . Yayra had a child named Agbonsailo  Agbonifo and Alokpessi Aibuedefe Agbonifo  gave birth to Ahigbe Aibuedefe , Sejro had another Children with his two wives the children  were girls Dassi and egonoumi they were very hard working girls they took good care of the house their father Sejro loved her daughters very much.  The father faced hardship while in Ouidah , Benin his two wives also had to stay home so who is going to support the family so Sejro decided and talk with his Twi wives Yayra and Alokpessi  that they have to do something  about this Sejro talked with his sins about moving to Ghana they first arrived in Kumasi, Ashanti Region Ahyibe worked with Ashanti people  he couldn’t speak Twi  he spoke fon so the Ashantis were confused Kofi Appiah took him to a river and said to him him learning is gaining information Sejro looked at him and said yes Sejro taught his older son Agbonsailo the Twi language  after that he improved it he met a Nzema woman called Yaa Opokuwaa  the woman looked at Agbonsailo  and then started  to hold his hand take him to get house her reason she took him was because she loved him the Nzema woman father Kwame Kyei Owusu  he had 3 wives one named Adjoa Kyeremateng  . Kwame Kyei Owusu  had 2 sons from this 3 wives Agbonsailo went to his father he had conversation with him over Yaa Opokuwaa  , Agbonsailo went to Kwame Kyei Owusu  still the behavior  of Agbonsailo  never changed  Kwame Kyei Owusu complained about him been a shy guY later Sejro took schnapps and went to Kwame Kyei Owusu  begged then he accepted  what Sejro said the family of Kwame Kyei Owusu  came together Yaa Opokuwaa  was at home then Agbonsailo added yam, to the items Kwame Kyei Owusu took Agbonsailo to Tarkwaa , Western Region Kwame Kyei Owusu took them to a farm area then Agbonsailo decided to be with Yaa Opokuwaa  they all went back to Kumasi a wedding was performed in Kumasi they gave birth to 2 kids their names are Ati Kwame Aibuedefe Takyi and Akua Aibuedefe he changed his name to Kofi Aibuedefe Takyi they settled in Kumasi his brother was interested in Ashanti Woman called Akua Serwaa she was at the river while she was washing her clothes Ahigbe went closer to her and said how why will Precious teasure do this wheen Akua left he headed to Akua house then Akua said Yes to him informed his parents Sejro went to the house of Akua father his name is Agya Kwabena Tawia Bonsu he was happy and collected the items and gave Akua away . Sejro and the family left realized they want to moved to a different place because Kumasi had issues on farming  Sejro and the family  ride boats they arrived in a village called Obogu Asante Akyim  they first arrived in village they first built their tents later build a mud house house they all married Ashanti women because that place was full of Asante people  they could not pronounce fon words correctly they spoke Twi and could not remember Fon language  while they settled in Obogu they had cows , goats, and sheeps , a war happened  after being in Obogu for 25 years men with guns started shooting  Sejro who was called Efo sometimes  , grab the family hands and hide in a big cave the next morning  Sejro ride canoes they couldn’t pronounce Obogu right they pronounce it bogou Sejro ended up in Obo Kwahu with the Ashanti people the family built houses they liked the place so much later yayra’s uncle Abalo Agbebavi died of Malaria and sejro died lungs cancer . The family of Sejro immigrated from Ouidah Benin immigrated to Mampong  later moved to Kumasi . Koku Mawuli left Tegbi in Keta District Volta Region just to go and get products for sells he arrived in Obo Kwahu he mmet a woman named Yaa Dufie  Koku had he have been single Koku wanted to meet the family Koku  was actually responsible  Yaa Dufie was taught Ewe she spoke little Koku sister Dzifa Addo , she was very opened while Yaa feel uncomfortable In Tegbi she wanted to go back to Obo Kwahu  . Koku Mawuli took her to Obo Kwahu he meet Yaa Dufie father Kofi Ansah he was Ashanti man he knew Koku Mawuli was Ewe but how Koku cared for Yaa Dufie he allowed him to get married to Yaa Dufie  , Koku Mawuli had kids named Amega Komla Mawli , Awoyo Esinam .

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Family History Roots on Paternal side
Amakye Family History
Agya Kwaku Gyamfi was the twin brother of Yaw Ofori Preprah they were born in the 1500s in Denkyira East a place called Abankesieso during Agya Kwaku  Gyamfi Childhood the father Agya Kwadwo Obeng took them to the farm at the age of 10  he went to the farm to sometimes play around the father taught them about how to plant fruits , vegetables when he was 14 he started doing the job which is farming the mother Akua Serwaa Obeng worked as midwife her grandmother taught her she helped pregnant to deliver the babies her husband Agya Kwadwo Obeng married another woman called Yaa Awotwe they had four children their names were Adwoa Obeng , Abena Obeng , Agya Kwaku Gyamfi and Yaw Ofori Preprah the rest of the family left because of Wars and also marriages some of the family settled in Akim Oda Kwahu and other Kwahu areas . Amakye family are from Akim Oda some of them with the Amakye last name married from the family while the family settlement in Kwahu Twenedurase,  Alhaji Muhammad Fusenni Abdulai came from Gambaga Upper East Region he is from the Mamprusi tribe married Ama Amakye  , Alhaji Abdulai settled in Twenedurase they had Children their names were Haruna Fusenni Abdulai , the daughter Halimatu Farida Opoku Ababio was named after Alhaji wife Uncle later Alhaji Abdulai left he went to Tamale he gave his posession to his Elderly Son Haruna Fusenni Abdulai on his way to Tamale he had accident , Haruna was Adult at that time so he take over and take of his sister , Ama Amakye never married until she died because she really love Alhaji . Haruna lived in Twenedurase all his life he supported the family he took his cows with him the cows went to eat outside the green grass . Halimatu and her mother were working together she always wanted her daughter to be with her until Halimatu got married to a farmer from Twenedurase she spoke both Twi and Mampruli because the father taught her the language she was the great great grandmother of Comfort Asantewaa, Comfort Asantewaa married Agya Amakye he was the Krotihene.

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