SOAD Jamaica has begun Registration for the LUMI Stimulus


Thursday, March 4, 2021 (Kingston, Jamaica, W.I.) The State of the African Diaspora, Jamaica on March 1, 2021 rolled out its campaign to sensitize, educate and register Jamaican citizens to access the LUMI Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) Stimulus Program.  It is a thirty-six-month stimulus package which began October 28, 2020 and ends September 28, 2023.

Background on SOAD and Eco-6 Region

The State of the African Diaspora (SOAD) is part of the Economic Community “Sixth Region” of the African Union (AU), which came to life with the bold actions of Dr. Louis-Georges Tin, now Prime Minister of SOAD. It is a Pan African vision for African liberation and sovereignty.

In 2014, Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, President-in-Office of the African Union gave a mandate to Dr. Louis-Georges Tin, Chairperson of the Representative Council of Black Associations (CRAN) at the time, to set up the African Diaspora, to “give substance” to the Sixth Region. In 2018, Dr. Louis-Georges Tin presented to the African Union representatives the results of his mission: A constitution, a government and development projects. These elements were validated by President Aziz, and the State of the African Diaspora was formalized at the AU Summit in Mauritania on July 1, 2018. For more information, visit www.thestateofafricandiaspora.com .

What is the LUMI and the Economic Stimulus?

The LUMI is a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC). It is not a crypto currency, it’s a classic digital currency. It is underwritten by 100KWh of solar energy and convertible to 4 grains of gold, which in weight, is equivalent to 0.2592 grams. The current value of The LUMI is: 1 LUMI equals US$15.96. The LUMI is now listed amongst the most valuable currencies in the world.  The economic stimulus is made possible through the auspices of The Economic Community (ECO-6), the formal framework whereby investments as well as trade can be facilitated; Chief Semako I (Timothy McPherson), Chairman of ECO-6 and creator of the LUMI, (Central Bank Digital Currency) and endorsed by the African Kingdom Federation.

How to register for the Economic Stimulus

Jamaicans are encouraged to register for the digital wallet during the 36-month period to receive automatic deposits of 6.26 LUMI (CBDC) the equivalent of US$100.00 in their account each month. With a smartphone, tablet or computer, an individual can register on the Swifin Platform at http://eco6soadjamaica.com. The account is opened with presentation of photo ID and requisite documents, then one can automatically and simultaneously be issued a Swifin ID. For those who want a SOAD ID Card it can be ordered during registration. The Swifin ID is the key that unlocks the door to ones financial freedom to plan their future, secure investments, receive money transfers, and trade within a global African free trade economy at their convenience.

Hugh Johnson, Second Vice Prime Minister of SOAD says “During this period of the ‘Great Reset,’ Jamaicans should reach out and embrace the AKL LUMI which is the official currency of trade for all continental Africa and its Diaspora, mandated by Africa Financial Regulatory Authority (AFRA)”. For more information contact 876-345-4782.

State of the African Diaspora
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