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EXHIBITING YOUR WORTH ON YOUR BODY IS LIKE CHARACTERISING ATTENTION SEEKER'S

EXHIBITING YOUR WORTH ON YOUR BODY IS LIKE CHARACTERISING ATTENTION SEEKER'S. 


(the first picture with leaves on the left hand corner is a very rich Yoruba chief, second picture is Kumasi King, the third picture on the left hand down corner is King of Swaziland extremely rich and he is among the top 5 rich traditional leaders in Africa, and  the last picture is the king or Prince of Dubai richer than all these people) 


PUTTING CHUNKS OF GOLD ON YOUR NECK IS NOT AFRICANS CULTURE BUT RATHER PRIDE. 




A 10 year old girl was able to identify these picture as "different African and Asian rich cultures from different traditional leaders" around the world .




If a 10 year old girl is able to establish the reason why different traditional leaders (kings, chiefs and queen mothers) presents themselves in public by putting on AUTHENTIC TRADITIONS, then, I don't see why people above  10 years of age should have difficulties in imbibing the meaning of different cultures too from the picture above. 




Even the richest traditional leaders in Africa always presents themselves at higher occasions in simple AUTHENTIC TRADITIONAL WEAR WITH EITHER LEAVES, ANIMAL FEATHERS OR ANIMAL SKIN. 




Typical example are the indigenous people of Accra, the Ga people (Gamei) and some chiefs in Togo and in Nigeria, their traditional leaders have been using this plant leaves which is called momordica charantia(In Accra it is called "NYANYARA" ). Which has soo many benefits to the human body, some of the benefits are, it rebels against evil spirits and  can cure diabetes and many more. As you can see, the gods are wise. 






The king of Dubai, the king of Swaziland and chief Gani Adams (Aare Oba of Yoruba land) are the top richest than some of other Kings and chiefs in Ghana yet they never put on their ANCESTORS GOLD on their body AS TRADITION. 




King Mswati III Swaziland Net Worth


King Mswati III Swaziland Net Worth


$100 Million


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Net Worth:$100 Million


Date of Birth:Apr 19, 1968 (51 years old)


Gender:Male


Nationality:Swaziland


How much is King Mswati III Swaziland Worth?


King Mswati III Swaziland net worth: Mswati III is the current King of Swaziland who has a net worth of $100 million dollars. Prince Makhosetive Diamini was born in Manzini, Swaziland in April 1968. He is also the head of the Swazi Royal Family. Mswati's father was King Sobhuza II. He attended Sherborne School from 1983 to 1986. His father had over 125 wives, but Mswati was the only child of his mother. He was introduced as Crown Prince in 1983 and became king in 1986 at 18 years old. This made him the youngest reigning monarch at that time. He made a new constitution in 2004 that promoted freedom of speech and assembly. In 2001 he invoked a chastity ride, which meant that all Swazi maidens should not have sexual relations for five years to fight against AIDS and HIV. King Mswati has 15 wives and 24 children. Parliament allocated $61 million for his household budget in 2014. This drew criticism since many Swazis live on little more than $1 a day. He has purchased a $500,000 DaimlerChrysler Maybach 62 automobile. The King rules with his mother Ntombi as an absolute monarchy.











Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Net Worth


$400 Million


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Net Worth:$400 Million


How much is Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Worth?


Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum net worth: Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid is the Crown Prince of Dubai, United Arab Emirates and has a net worth of $400 million. Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid was born in Zabeel Palace, Dubai, United Arab Emirates in November 1982. He publishes poetry under the name Fazza. Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid was coronated as the Crown Prince of Dubai on February 1, 2008. He is the son of Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Sheikh Hind bint Maktoum bin Juma Al Maktoum. He studied in the United Kingdom and attended the London School of Economics. In 2006 he became the chairman of the Dubai executive council. Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid was appointed president of Hamdan bin Mohammed Smart University in 2009 and is the head of the Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Establishment for young entrepreneurs. He is also a horse rider who represented the United Arab Emirates in equestrian events at the World Equestrian Games where he won gold medals in 2010 for team endurance and in 2014 for individual endurance.







Otumfuo Osei Tutu II is Africa's 5th richest King worth $10m






The King of Asantes is estimated to be worth $10 million and his source of wealth, according to Forbes, is from mining equipment, property and jewelry.




Otumfuo Osei Tutu II came behind King Mswati III, Swaziland; Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Ile-Ife, Nigeria; Oba Obateru Akinrutan, Ugbo Land, Nigeria; King Mohammed VI, Morocco in the ranking.




King Mohammed VI, Morocco was named Africa's richest king with an estimated net worth of $2 billion. He made his wealth from investments.




Oba Obateru Akinrutan, Ugbo Land, Nigeria, came in second with an estimated net worth of $300  million from oil.




Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, and King Mswati III, Swaziland came in third and fourth respectively.




Oba Okunade Sijuwade is estimated to be worth at least $75 million from construction, property, and oil while King Mswati III is worth at least $50 million from investments.




Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, who ascended the throne in 1999 and serves as the political and spiritual head of the Asante people, in 1989 set up Transpomech Ghana, a $12 million (sales) company that provides mining equipment to several large industrial companies in Ghana.

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