Jessie Jones

Africa's Golden Kingdom

By MRS. JESSIE JONES

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Africa’s Golden Kingdom: Story about Love, Trust,Conspiracy, Betrayal, and Revenge.

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Jessie Windy Jones has obtained a Bachelor’ of Science in psychology from Troy University with honors Cum Laude. She is a Licensed Practical Nurse. Jessie also haswritten two masterpieces, ‘Strawberries Before Sunrise’ and ‘Old-Fashioned Recipes.’ And now, a new book, “Africa’s Golden Kingdom” that tells a story of intrigue and conspiracy.

This story is set in the fifteenth century in Sama, Obasi, a country in West Africa, the Gold Coast’s trade routes. It starts with a powerful king changing centuries of ancestral law so that his bloodline can continue to rule the throne. Adofo, the King’s son, bravely celebrates his performance during rites of passage. However, not knowing the actual test of survival and proving his worthiness to become King lurks perilously beyond the horizon. The King’s actions put his young noble and charismatic son’s life in jeopardy by white slavers, unforeseen, and treacherous forces. A beautiful and high-spirited young Shakima reenters his life and assists the prince in his uncertain future.

This novel will appeal to educated adult readers with an interest in African history. Jessie wrote this fictional novel to inform people, especially Black people that historical Africa had great wealth, riches, and intelligent people. Black people usually believed that Africans’ existence consisted of poverty, running around naked, and starving. Derogatory images of black people like this were seen only in movies and on televisions in America. Jessie believes that her enthusiasm for African history sparks interest in readers.

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Africa’s Golden Kingdom

Adofo Ameer Folami was the first of three children of King Kaapa and Thema Folami, who was King and Queen of Sama, Obasi, a country in the continent of Africa. The country was in West Africa, divided into four broad areas captured in wars. It was in a prime location between Shiiba Kari and Tuma Chiko and sat near all the Sahara's main trade routes. Thus, it reels vast wealth and power and is called the gold coast. Hence, the King held a monopoly on Gold oil and gas. Other products Obasi produced, such as Iron, and weapons also levied substantial funds. However, Gold was the foremost source of revenue that maintained this unique and prevailing country's wealth. It is considered one of the greatest Kingdoms in Africa.

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Adofo Ameer Folami was the first of three children of King Kaapa and Thema Folami,who was King and Queen of Sama, Obasi, a country in the continent of Africa. The country was in West Africa, divided into four broad areas captured in wars. It was in a prime location between Shiiba Kari and Tuma Chiko and sat near all the Sahara’s main trade routes. Thus, it reels vast wealth and power and is called the gold coast.

Hence, the King held a monopoly on Gold oil and gas. Other products Obasi produced, such as Iron, and weapons also levied substantial funds. However, gold was the foremost source of revenue that maintained this unique and prevailing country’s wealth. It is considered one of the greatest Kingdoms in Africa. King Kaapa Folami was skilled in making alliances with other countries. He was a great tactician. He was loyal to his allies; however, he was quick and decisive with punishment and dissolution from his foreign cronies if he discovered treason or betrayal.

The twelve conspirators rambled to the gallery room at the end of the palace, one by one being careful not to be noticed. People didn’t usually go to that part of the castle because of its ominous reputation. It was a dark and dreary part of the palace. There was a long winding corridor on the way to the room.Several people reported to the King evil spirits loomed in the passageway. During ancient times human sacrifice had taken place in or near this corridor. It was common practice in the early years for the King’s enemies and suspects to become victims of such rituals. The conspirators hurried through the passage, for they sensed the eerie energy that engulfed it.

“The beautiful Princess Shakima has arrived from Fari. She is tall like a tree with gorgeous eyes, thick black hair in Bantu Knots, and lovely skin as heavenly honey!”
“We played together as children; she was pretty. So, calm down, there are equally pretty girls here in the palace.”
“But my Prince, Princess Shakima is very special. She is a great-granddaughter of Zahra, a fierce Homato Warriors who achieved many brilliant victories against Arab invaders,” said Carzo.
“You sound as though you are her pro-claimer?” said the Prince.
“It’s just that I meet very few girls that are as intelligent and energetic as Princess Shakima

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