Elder Ras Negus is an African patriot, who participated in the very rough days of the struggle for emancipation in the early sixties and before. Now these were days of great tribulation and he was also one of the black heart Igels, who walk the streets of the City of Kingston, Jamaica, and have been through all aspect of the struggle and tribulations for the cause of the Rastafari movement. He is now determine to go home to Ethiopia, to spend the rest of his days in the land of his origin. He is taking his Iyaughta along with him, so that they can be together in our rightful place of abode. We have already secured their paasports and visas. They are supposed to travel in 90 days after their visas have been issued. The last information I heard was that $2500 USA, is needed to cover the tickets for both of them. We have already reason with Bongo Rocky in Ethiopia, and they are looking forward to welcome them home, so that they can share ancient memories. An additional $30 to $50 per month will be needed to help with their care in Ethiopia. We will cross that bridge when we get there. Any African liberator who wish to make a contribution, can call George Rose at ROSE LAW FIRM 410-727-7555, or leave your e-mail here so that we can reason about this matter. We look forward for you assistance to this great Elder, in this time when money is being raised to help the needy people everywhere.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere.
ONE BLACK LOVE ONE BLACK HEART
Baba Ras Marcus
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