Black Wall Street Allocates 1,000 Upap Slots to Struggling Families
The Black Wall Street is the engine of capital generation for the industrialization of the African continent and the leader of Africa’s first Economic war for Economic Independence
The original Black Wall Street (BWS) stock known as UPAP which pays $100 per month in dividends has been allocated to Lechi, a service under the Periodic Income Pillar of Compassionate Capitalism which helps struggling families have access to a sponsor to provide the bridge required to cross over to economic independence.
This has been announced by the King of the BWS Mr. Charles N Lambert in a statement received by this website. “This unprecedented service which is accessed through the Periodic Income App will begin with 1,000 families getting $100 every month from the BWS and after three months another set of 1,000 families will take over until tens of thousands of African families have received the bridge to cross over to economic independence,” Mr. Lambert said in the statement. The Black Wall Street is the engine of capital generation for the industrialization of the African continent and the leader of Africa’s first Economic war for Economic Independence. The Black Wall Street was resurrected in Africa after 100 years of destruction by Racist Capitalists in the US by the innovator and creator of Compassionate Capitalism, King Charles N Lambert. Africans from all over the world are looking up to BWS to usher the continent to the next level. Africa First