Umkhonto we Sizwe! (Spear of the Nation)
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Afrikan family development: A weapon of Mass Re-Construction!

October 28, 2013

Abibifahodie Afrikan family! I am absolutely sure that the Nananom Nsamanfo (divine ancestors) have given me this message to share with Our global Afrikan family. Now you can take this however you want, but just make sure you fully digest the fullness of the message, that is all i ask. Whatever other emotions come up […]

Nation building skills for the Afrikan family!

October 2, 2013

  1) How to make a fire to cook food &/or how to cook food without electric or gas stove 2) How to identify fruits and vegetables that can be eaten in nature 3) How to defend oneself in a multitude of ways, including but not limited to, using ones’ bodily force or martial arts […]

Help Sista Kentake get to her Nana’s homegoing ceremony in Jamaica

February 11, 2013

Mekyea mo (i greet you all) brothas and sistas, You all know me as the founder and director of Katiopa Watoto Shule now located in Toronto, Ontario. I am also the mother of a young son, and the grandchild of Arabella “Pou” Morgan who recently passed away in Clarendon-Jamaica. Her homegoing ceremony is going to […]

Katiopa Watoto Shule-now located in Toronto, Ontario

February 1, 2013

Katiopa Watoto Shule is here to help fulfill the mission of Abibifahodie (Afrikan liberation) in unison with our devoted Afrikan family. Nation building starts with the family clan, and our children and (true) elders are the members of our family who have always been closely connected to the spiritual realm. On the one hand our […]

“Get a Man, Keep a Man”? or “Protection of the watoto”? Which one is primary?

January 17, 2013

Maadwo sistas and brothas!, I have noticed a disturbing trend among Afrikan centered people that has created an unhealthy obsession among sistas to “get a man, keep a man” at all costs. Healthy Maatic Afrikan unions are to be encouraged but in order to build such a divine union it takes time, effort and patience. […]

Afrikan Education, OUR way…..

October 15, 2012

“Our children must know, and we must remind ourselves of the difference between Afrikan education and that which simply purports to be African education – particularly that offered by charter schools or other such operations funded or conducted, and thereby controlled, by Non-Afrikan organizations, corporations or governments.Though some brothers and sisters in these programs are […]

Mass Confusion!

June 29, 2012

“Our confusion began, in depth, and destructively, with our forced removal and relocation from our continent to alien lands, alien Spirits, and alien practices. That disruption did not destroy our connectedness nor interrupt our continuing quest for an ongoing, regenerating spiritual alignment, an empowering. Nor did displacement obliterate our basic understanding of our connectedness, but […]

Katiopa Watoto Shule summer school-Montreal, Canada

June 26, 2012

Kiambote!, The Katiopa Watoto Shule summer school officially begins on July 1st, 2012 until August 20th, 2012. We will be teaching Our children Afrikan centered mathematics, creative art and expression, reading & writing, geography, music, the philosophy and opinions of Marcus Mosiah Garvey, the Nguzo Saba and the basics of the Akan/Twi language & KiSwahili. […]

University of Kemetian Sciences

June 14, 2012

University of Kemetian Sciences

The University of Kemetian Sciences offers Our children Mdw Ntr classes, which includes original Kamitic texts, sentence construction, colors, numbers & names. Contact them at for more information on the courses for Our children as well as registration costs. Abibifahodie!

True Freedom

May 29, 2012

“I think every person that calls themselves a leader, a preacher, a policy maker of any kind should ask and answer the question in their own life time, how will my people stay on this earth? How will they be educated? How will they be schooled? How will they be housed? And how will they […]