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Today we all picked up trash together. There was a lot of garbage in the gaps between the rocks. In one hour, the plastic bag was full of 10 bags. We want to separate the trash next time. I did my best to wear the T-shirts that everyone made. I regularly collect garbage at Mizumoto Park.
The week is filled with surprises. We are steadily constructing our Japanese environment of some of the most extraordinary networks of Japan. First was Mrs. Eiko Takayama, who became our first official Japanese President, and then Mr. Kitagawa, the first member of the Admiral Club.
This week’s meet Mr. Kitagawa, and Dr. Takayama was a revelation for the Marine Foundation Japan. Mr. Kitagawa is a renowned Japanese diplomat and businessman and is seek out for advisory from Japan’s highest business and diplomatic leadership. Raised in Chicago, USA, and a Professor…
The DWB Plaza Tower is the work of Master Architect Henri Gueydan, whose offices are in Japan and France. Mr. Mason, chairman of the DWB, has a vision for the tower to become a symbol of reform and peace through economic developments and make Africa the Greatest economy globally.
Takumi, a 12 years old boy, member president of the Marine Children Club – MCC- an agency of the Marine Foundation, is making his first public mark, with winning the first price at the Children World Summit this year in Tokyo. What an achievement! A true little leader…
Week in review: I met the coach of the Paralympic Gambia team. His name is Danso, and I had the chance to meet him in Tokyo just before departure back to his country along with his five-member team. I drove 500 kilometers to meet him since I was in Osaka, and it was worth every single minute of traveling.
Week in review: Mrs. Mariama Jallow took the initiative to build the database of the 40 children of the football club in the Gambia part of the WFYA agency and members of MCC Marine Children Club led by Mrs. Kazue in Japan. The reports and photos of the children are well presented ready for sponsorship.
Week in Review: The DWB is making incredible advancements into becoming one of the greatest financial development platforms on earth. This is where the charismatic image of the native American Indian spirit comes into play for the highest good of all native people on the planet. A World premiere.
This week in Review: the soon upcoming residence office of the Marine Foundation where I have already park our foundation’s car on the parking of the building. I am really looking forward to that, where we will be able to gather our Japan team and VIP guest members into small events.
This week in review: in honor of my Mother’s departure, a group of friends (real brothers and sisters) decided to initiate a flower ceremony onto the sea of Japan. A rainbow was there at the moment and the sirene of a boat in the background, witnessing the presence of something greater than ourselves.
This Week in Review: the beautiful offering of 200 acres of land in Sierra Leone to the Marine Foundation. This was made possible through our new President of Administration for the country Dr. Abu Essay. This will mark the first asset donation to the Foundation and, a great start for Africa.
This Week in Review: This was the week when the greatest woman in my life, Jeanine Mohamed of Caribbean descent, my mother, passed onto the Heavens. I miss her presence on earth so much, but I know she is fine and present every minute of my life from in spirit—a call for renaissance and restoration.
This Week in Review: Back in Japan, I got really busy with hundreds of things truly a non-stop work trying to re-organize myself the very best I could. Among all the great events was the arrival of the advisor of the Prime Minister of Guinea Conakry, who we met there with our team. A great celebration of reunion.
This Week in Review: Returning to Japan and my home office, I attached the hand-made wooden map of Africa (gift from Philip A. Bensouda, President of Marine Foundation the Gambia), and I reflected on all the great achievements of the 2 months trip. The future is now bright, and the possibilities are endless.
This Week in Review: On my way back to Japan and long stop in Paris, I met First Class Air France Executive Adja. She is also a member of the Marine Foundation, and yes, we had the greatest time discussing our projects together. In addition, she is a FIFA licensed member and president of our promising WFYA.
This Week in Review: on my departure from Guinea Bissau, I had a long 9 hours stop in Senegal. I used that time to meet Rose Vardini, one of the most influential doctors of Senegal. She has a mind-blowing clinical and care concept. She is a member of the Marine Foundation and was a discovery meeting her in person.
This Week in Review: This was the phase 2 of being in Guinea Bissau. I met people of importance in the government and, remarkably, the minister of Tourism and the country’s prime minister. The DWB had a specific plan to enroll in the development of the country as well. Also, addressing large business owners.
This Week in Review: With the help of Mr. Lamba, a friend of Madame Balde, I arrived in the great country of Guinea Bissau. It is a beautiful place and driving through the border of Senegal, I could already see the difference. Beautiful greens of palm trees and forest and grass. Even more, when…
WFYA is an African initiative licensed to serve all five continents of the world. The Marine Foundation is a maker of PR Projects that works on the basic systems of full sponsorship via brands, VIP networks, and celebrities. From 2020-2021, WFYA initializes a concept (system) to distribute sports…
This week in review: A day with Starfish International. Ambassador of Guinea Bissau in the Gambia. Governor of the Central Bank of the Gambia. Starfish Message: Our mission is to uplift Gambian girls by providing them with a world-class education that is focused on service to humanity while at the …
Mr. Philip Abel Bensouda: President of the Marine Foundation for The Gambia. Ministry of Economic Development at the Marine Foundation. Ministry of Infrastructure & Construction – Real Estate at the Marine Foundation. Registration of the Marine Foundation at Villa Marcelle – Banjul, The Gambia.
Meeting the President of The Gambia at the State House. When I faced the President sitting on a comfortable chair right across from his office desk, I felt I had nothing to say. He was preoccupied with the soccer game on the vast screen standing on the room’s right wall, and I was happy.
This week in Review: Philip Abel is really a remarkable person. But, of course, this would have to be said in addition to the beautiful Lady of the house, Rose. I am still ravishing her cooking skills, which truly had me rethink Gambian cooking after the poor experience I had in the best hotel in the country.
This week in review: This week in review: Meeting Starfish’s Nyima Sarr and her 2 beautiful sisters. Meeting with Philip Abel Bensouda and Family. Welcomed into the ancestral Bensouda home, what an honor, with the great hospitality and excellent cooking of Rose Bensouda. I Love Moroccan style…
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