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Triple joy as 3 African celebrity role models join Black Wall Street Economic War

Everything seems to be going in the right direction at The Black Wall Street Economic War as three African celebrity role models have joined the war. Three top actresses and social campaigners have been announced as the new forces in the fight for Africa’s Economic Independence.
Mercy Aigbe
Economic activist, Charles N. Lambert, who is spearheading the war confirmed the news today and said you can do nothing against the Truth but For the Truth.
Fathia Balogun
“Truth can be castigated but never destroyed, could be misunderstood but never refuted. Truth is difficult to speak, unpopular and unattractive but it always prevail,” he said.
The home of Truth, Africa’s first economic war is extremely delighted to announce the entrance into our economic war team of 3 of Africa’s celebrity role models and social campaigners; Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha,
Fathia Balogun and Mercy Aigbe.
Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha
Moved by the sheer magnitude of the task ahead in retaining $100 billion per annum in capital flight and eradicating the $41 billion dollars deficit, these proud African women have come to fight to win.

“We would like to this opportunity to welcome Chioma, Fathia and Mercy, Africa has enough potentials to restore its glory and remove the identity of being synonymous with poverty and death,” Charles Lambert said after welcoming the trio.

Charles N. Lambert

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