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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