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Her Majesty Queen Esther on the mystery of country codes

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Heaven’s watchdog, Her Majesty Queen Esther, the Prophetess of the Most High, Prophet Elijah III, is this week opening the secrets behind countries’ code numbers.

And the evidence is not only stunning, but is emphatic and compelling especially for us Batswana. For instance dig this, at 267 Botswana is the only country with two codes in Africa. Queen Esther was shown all the countries’ codes listed in the directory and what they mean in God’s divine plan. Botswana’s code denotes double kingdom (26) and completion or Sabbath (7) hence Botswana is the “real throne of God.”

As if this were not enough God also showed Her Majesty from her temporary divine office at Mount Sinai, Thamaga (Bethlehem) that Botswana, Zambia (260) and Zimbabwe (263) also share a “divine presence” at Mosi oa Thunya (Victoria Falls) with its omnipresent double rainbow. The three countries are collectively known as “Trinity Nations” and this means that Zimbabwe is just like South Africa, also a part of the kingdom known as Botswana.

God, says Her Majesty Queen Esther, had wanted Zimbabwe (code 263) to be His throne, but when Gabriel Mugabe consorted with the Roman Catholic, which has openly defied God’s holy days, he moved it to south east (Kanye), which is now known as Jerusalem. 

“All other codes like Cape Town (code 21) and Pretoria (code 12 denoting seat of a great king that rules on behalf of the Messiah) were also explained to me to prove that Botswana is a great nation,” she says. So great is Botswana’s kingdom that encompasses the whole of South Africa, with Pretoria as its capital.
Angola (268) is yet another blessed country, the seat of Kings according to God’s divine plan, says Her Majesty.

As for The United Kingdom (code +44), God showed Her Majesty that this denotes Jesus’ number. She was also shown that Queen Elizabeth was installed on 2nd June 1953 and has been ruling in her stead ever since at the behest of Heaven. “Queen Elizabeth is ruling on behalf of God and she is my Regent,” she says.   

It was also revealed to the Prophetess Queen Esther that Calvary is in Mount Sinai that is the place where the Saviour (Jesus Christ) is buried so that His blood can flow into the Ark of the Covenant that lies under the mountain.

(Due to overwhelming public interest in Her Majesty’s ministry The Midweek Sun will next week carry Queen Esther’s yearend message).

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BMC secures beef market in Seychelles

Dikarabo Ramadubu

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Botswana Meat Commission (BMC) will soon start to sell its beef to the Island of Seychelles. Not only will they sell frozen raw meat, but will also send corned beef for trial in the Island.

All this is thanks to last week’s visit by President Mokgweetsi Masisi who included in his delegation executive management of the BMC, led by Chief Executive Officer, Dr Akolang Tombale.
The agreement signed between BMC and two leading Seychelles companies, will see BMC exporting at least 48 tonnes of raw beef to the island possibly from October. The names of the two companies that BMC signed an agreement with are Seychelles Trading Company which is a quasi-government organisation, and Rosebelle Company which is privately owned.

Although both have agreed to trade with each other, BMC cannot start immediately, as they have to wait for the green light from Seychelles companies who still have to apply for import permits in accordance with the law of their republic.

Speaking to The Midweek Sun, Tombale expressed gratitude that they managed to get good business in Seychelles through the assistance of President Masisi. “We are ready to export any time from now. As you know Seychelles is an island surrounded by mountains and cannot produce much if not anything. “They therefore depend much on imports even from as far as Brazil and Europe. Their economy is driven by tourism and they do not differ much with the European market in terms of the demand for beef as most tourists come from Europe and United States.”

Dr. Tombale said they agreed with the two companies that since “we are not sure about the logistics we will start by selling 24tonnes to each company per month, meaning we will be supplying the Island with a total of 48 tonnes per month. The idea is to start small and grow bigger as the people get used to our beef.” BMC has also negotiated to sell small stock meat to Seychelles and successfully negotiated for local chicken farmers to start selling their range chicken to Seychelles as well.

According to Tombale, he negotiated the deal after being approached by local chicken farmers amongst them Kgosi Mosadi Seboko of Balete, who requested that “we should try to find a market for chicken farmers as we go around the world searching for the beef market.” Tombale revealed that for a start both range chickens and small stock will not be supplied in tonnes or large quantities as they will be sold on a trial basis.

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G-west community reunion-walk a resounding success

Keletso Thobega

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Multitudes turned up for the Mosengwaketsi community walk and braai session this past Saturday in Gaborone West. The walk was held in the morning and was preceded by football games and a braai session that went on until late in the evening.

According to the event director Tshenolo Palai, the aim of the community day event was to revive community spirit and address crime and social ills. “The Mosengwaketsi community reunion will be held not only to create a platform to build unity but also address the social ill of passion killings,” he said.

Palai said that they had also invited health stakeholders for a wellness segment because they had realised that there are many health related conditions that affect the quality of people’s lives hence they had joined forces with religious organisations, the business community, neighbourhood outreach policing and other stakeholders in the area to encourage a culture of unity and create dialogue between all the parties.

He noted that they had wanted to create a relaxed environment conducive for different people to engage and strengthen their networks. He said they were also concerned with the high rate of crimes of passion in Botswana and also wanted to create a platform for both men and women to open up on issues that affect them because most people tend to be more relaxed in a social setting.

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