Integrity critical part of the lives of billionaires, Lambert says as he enjoins Africans to embrace ‘Ubuntu Spirit’

T“We look for three things when we hire people. We look for intelligence, we look for initiative or energy, and we look for integrity. And if they don’t have the latter, the first two will kill you, because if you’re going to get someone without integrity, you want them lazy and dumb.” – Billionaire, Warren Buffet

“Each man must for himself alone decide what is right and what is wrong, which course is patriotic and which isn’t. You cannot shirk this and be a man. To decide against your conviction is to be an unqualified and excusable traitor, both to yourself and to your country, let me label you as they may” ~ Mark Twain

“If you get to my age in life and nobody thinks well of you, I don’t care how big your bank account is, your life is a disaster” – Warren Buffet...

Black Wall Street to create 600,000 jobs for Africans as it focuses on ‘Education for GDP’

The leader of Africa’s first Economic War under the Black Wall Street platform, Charles N Lambert, on Thursday during the episode 24 of its show “Economic War with Charles Lambert” announced that the Black Wall Street will be creating six hundred thousand job opportunities for Africans who are unemployed certificate holders through Development Channel App Trainers as he campaigns for Education for GPD system in Africa.

Over the years most of the countries in the world have been faced with several socioeconomic problems that have retard rapid economic growth. In an attempt to find a permanent solution to this problem studies have shown that the educational sector of every country is a leading instrument for promoting economic growth...

Africa’s first Economic War leader, Lambert accuses Western Dev institutions of enslaving, exploiting Africa

When the Europeans came to colonise Africa, our forefathers thought they came to make our lands better, not knowing that they were about being trapped into a lifetime economic and political slavery.

The fearless African Economic activist, Charles N Lambert, who’s also the leader of Africa’s first Economic War aimed at liberating millions of Africans out of poverty has come out to accuse Western Development institutions of exploiting and enslaving Africans...

Why Westerners are richer than Africans ― Charles Lambert

Hey guys, I’ve got a question to ask you today, and here it goes “If you find out why Westerners are rich, would you do the same thing they do to become rich and even richer than them?”

You do not even need to think about it twice because I know you will jump into it if I offer to teach you what the Westerners do to become rich. Everyone wants to be rich and even richer than the next-door neighbour.

Did you know you can make a million dollars in Africa in 24 months?

This is an interesting question and of course, who wouldn’t want to make a million-dollar in 24 months but the striking questions are: did you know? and how can it happen? is it possible in Africa?

Let’s look at this scenario, you have a company that’s more like your lifetime investment at the verge of collapsing and there’s a mandate that you come up with $1,000,000 bucks by the end of 24 months to save your company from collapsing or risk forfeiting your entire life investment to the government.

Black Wall Street unleashes two programs to redefine African commerce from colonial past

The Black Wall Street has unleashed two programs to redefine African commerce from the colonial past. This is to further the Economic War to set Africa free from European invaders who structured African trade to suit their selfish interests.

Colonialism had a huge impact on the lives of Africans. Economic policies were adopted by Europeans who destroyed the colonies, rather than help them. Africa was damaged economically, politically, and culturally.

Why Have We Never Pushed For African-style Economic Imperialism? Incapable? By Charles Lambert

t no point in recent history have calls for Africa to industrialise been stronger than they have been lately.

Across the continent, industrialisation is arguably the most talked-about subject among policymakers. So, why has action on the ground failed to move the needle on this important development marker? Why have we never pushed for African-style economic imperialism?

How you can recover financially after COVID-19 crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many companies to close their doors and send employees home. If you lost your job due to coronavirus or just want to make extra money while you are social distancing at home, consider these ways to earn money from home. As companies shift to an online-only presence, there are a number of remote work opportunities...

How many Slots of UPAP do you own?

Every time I look at a Ugandan, the first question that comes to my mind is “How many slots of UPAP do you own? When I look at people who have come into close contact with me or our organization and realize they don’t own any UPAP, I puzzle with amazement...

Africa must grow its economy within not from oversea loans ― Charles Lambert

TMost African countries are regarded as being poor not because they don’t have the resources but because bulk of their resources (income) are being channelled to meeting the consumption needs of their people with little or nothing left for savings. Hence low savings rate brings about low investments rate and low investments rate results to low growth rate...

Economic War: Lambert kicks against certificate, poverty-focused educational system in Africa

Certificate-based education is more valued in the workplace today than ever before. In fact, it’s been reported that individuals with bachelor’s degrees have 57 per cent more job opportunities and earn 56 per cent more than those without educational background.

This type of data has encouraged many of the 36 million adults who dropped out of college before completing their bachelor’s degrees to go back to school and continue their education...

Capital Flight most disastrous thing happening to Africa ― Charles Lambert

Capital flight from Africa and particularly Nigeria has been recently put at the forefront of the development policy debate.

The African Economic activist, Charles N Lambert, who strongly condemns Capital Flight in episode 11 of The Black Wall Street’s Economic War show, says it is a major problem facing Africans. He says it is the single worse, most disastrous thing that keeps happening to Africa.

Black Wall Street set to create over 6 million jobs for Africans through its Economic War

This was disclosed by the leader of Africa’s first Economic War, Charles N Lambert, in episode 10 of the Economic War live show on Black Wall Street channels.

Now, the question of whether Economic war creates job opportunities for the society is a very vital question that needs to be answered.

According to Lambert, it does create jobs and one of the avenues The Black Wall Street has come up with to create jobs for Africans in this time of unemployment trend and Economic War is through the Switch Now campaign. By picking different sectors of Africa’s products.

Focus on politics keeping Africans poorer – Charles Lambert

The leader of Africa’s first Economic War, Charles N Lambert, in a recent video of the Economic War show, has said that focus on politics is what is keeping Africans poorer.

Lambert blames poverty in Africa on too much obsession in politics which is not productive but rather borrows to feed people instead of empowering the people, creating economic opportunities to boost Africa’s economy.

Leader of Africa’s first Economic War reveals why Africans are poor

Why are Africans poor?
Now here’s a question that demands an answer. Why is it that arguably the world’s richest continent – in terms of natural resources – has some of the world’s poorest people? Already I can sense you rolling your eyes deep into the back of your head. “the government, yes the government …"

Economic War: Understanding the Black Wall Street and Redirect Mall

The leader of Africa’s first Economic War, Charles N Lambert, in a video released on Sunday, gave a detailed explanation of what the Black Wall Street and Redirect mall is all about.

In the video, Lambert gave a historical insight into the Black Wall Street and Redirect Mall as Economic Revolution. And I must tell you that the video is a must watch for any African seeking understanding regarding the pursuit of Africa’s economic independence as it provides the very first ideological transfer from African Americans to Africans.

Black Wall Street teaches Africans how to restore its economic glory on the ‘Economic War Show’

To continue the fight against the European Economic invaders in Africa, the Black Wall Street has launched its weekly show to educate Africans on how to restore its Economic glory.

According to Charles N Lambert, Leader of Africa’s first economic war and the economic activist spearheading The Black Wall Street Economic War, the show is in the honour of the 99th year of the Black Wall Street massacre in Tulsa.

Black Wall Street unleashes two programs to redefine African commerce

The Black Wall Street has unleashed two programs to redefine African commerce from the colonial past. This is to further the Economic War to set Africa free from European invaders who structured African trade to suit their selfish interests.

Colonialism had a huge impact on the lives of Africans. Economic policies were adopted by Europeans who destroyed the colonies, rather than help them. Africa was damaged economically, politically, and culturally.

Black Wall Street to strike Africa’s first economic war blow

Charles Lambert is leading Africa’s first economic war as the economic activist spearheading The Black Wall Street Economic War which is set to Strike Africa’s first economic war blow.
According to Charles, the show is on the anniversary of the 99th year of the Black Wall Street in Tulsa.
An Economic War, is a commerce-driven, orchestrated attempt, to balance altered trade deficit for a region. This is done by simply ensuring that money leaving the continent is controlled, to avoid the haemorrhage of funds and capital flight

Black Wall Street to strike Africa’s first Economic War blow

Charles N Lambert Leader of Africa’s first economic war and the economic activist spearheading The Black Wall Street Economic War is set to Strike Africa’s first economic war blow.

According to Charles, the show is on the anniversary of the 99th year of the Black Wall Street in Tulsa.

An Economic War, is a commerce-driven, orchestrated attempt, to balance altered trade deficit for a region. This is done by simply ensuring that money leaving the continent is controlled, to avoid the haemorrhage of funds and capital flight.

Capital for Industries in Africa through the Black Wall Street- by Charles N. Lambert

The greatest lie on the face of the earth today is that Africa needs Aid from anyone. The concept of development partners being those who bring capital for development concerns to Africa is a lie whose proportion is detrimental to progress. Africa has practically halted any serious wave of push towards industrialization of the continent and the massive job creation it would bring for our growing youth population. Those two lies mentioned above have been the Achilles heel to the industrialization, development and prosperity of the African continent. As Bob Marley said” Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none but ourselves shall free our minds. Have no fear for atomic energy cause none of them can stop the TIME”.