A speech by Ntate Kgalushi ‘Drake’ Koka delivered on the 07th November 1996 at Marcus Garvey Community in Cape Town during the celebrations of the Anniversary of the Coronation of His & Her Imperial Majesties, Haile Selassie I & Itegu Menen of Ethiopia.

This was also during the historic visit to Azania by Ancient Elder Congo Watu (Ras Boanerges) to Marcus Garvey RasTafari Community in 1996.

Ntate Koka spoke about the Afrikan values of UBUNTU and its relationship with the Afrikan personality and the broader Afrikan liberation.

He also spoke about the significance of the RasTafari Movement, as well as the critical importance of decolonizing the education system in Azania (SA).


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