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Mr Christopher Tep is the inventor and owner of PNG's first full sixteen nutrient content organic liquid fertilizer known as Grow Hariap Organic Liquid Fertilizer. For food crops to bear maximum yields, they must have a sufficient supply of sixteen known nutrients. Grow Hariap has been tested in Australia and PNG laboratories to have all the sixteen vital nutrients that crops need to produce maximum yields. The fertilizer is currently being distributed exclusively by Brian Bell throughout PNG. Mr Tep is an agricultural scientist with 30 plus years of experience in the agriculture industry in both private and public sectors. His story is very inspiring. We interviewed him at length about how he invented the fertilizer. We will publish the interview soon on this platform as well as our YouTube channel. Please like or subscribe to our YouTube channel for the full interview.

Woman from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia!

🇪🇹  Addis Ababa, meaning "New Flower" in Amharic, is the capital and largest city of Ethiopia.  It is situated in the central part of the country, at an elevation of around 2,400 meters above sea level.  This high-altitude location gives Addis Ababa a pleasant climate year-round. As you explore the city, you'll notice a beautiful blend of tradition and modernity. Addis Ababa is home to various historical landmarks, bustling markets, and vibrant cultural festivals.  One of the must-visit places is the National Museum of Ethiopia, where you can see the famous fossilized remains of "Lucy," a hominin dating back over 3 million years. Mercato, one of the largest open-air markets in Africa, is a bustling hub of activity.  Here, you can immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere, shop for traditional crafts, spices, and sample delicious Ethiopian cuisine.  Don't miss trying injera, a sourdough flatbread, and traditional dishes like doro wat and kitfo.

The time has come for the Negro to forget ..

The time has come for the Negro to forget and cast behind him his hero worship and adoration of other races, and to start out immediately to create and emulate heroes of his own. We must canonize our own saints, create our own martyrs, and elevate to positions of fame and honor black men and women who have made their distinct contributions to our racial history. Sojourner Truth is worthy of the place of sainthood alongside of Joan of Arc: Crispus Attucks and George William Gordon are entitled to the halo of martyrdom with no less glory than that of the martyrs of any other race. Toussaint L’Ouverture’s brilliancy as a soldier and statesman outshone that of a Cromwell, Napoleon and Washington; hence, he is entitled to the highest place as a hero among men. Africa has produced countless numbers of men and women, in war and in peace, whose luster and bravery outshine that of any other people. -Marcus Garvey

Dorothy West born on June 2, 1907 in Boston

Dorothy West born on June 2, 1907 in Boston, Massachusetts was a #storyteller and short story #writer who became famous during the Harlem Renaissance. She is best known for her 1948 novel The Living Is Easy, as well as many other short stories and essays, about the life of an upper-class black family. West wrote her first story at the age of seven. Her first published work, a short story entitled "Promise and Fulfillment", appeared in The Boston Post when she was 14 years old. West attended Boston University and the Columbia University School of Journalism. In 1926, she tied for second place in a writing contest sponsored by Opportunity, a journal published by the National Urban League, with her short story "The Typewriter". The person West tied with was novelist Zora Neale Hurston. "The Typewriter” appeared in Dodd Mead's annual anthology The Best Short Stories of 1926 alongside work by Ernest Hemingway. #DorothyWest moved to Harlem and became