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Princess Ruth Komuntale tied a knot with American Christopher Thomas (L) on 17 Nov 2012, on her right is her brother King Oyo of Toro and their mother Queen Best Kemigisa

Princess Ruth Komuntale tied a knot with American Christopher Thomas (L) on 17 Nov 2012, on her right is her brother King Oyo of Toro and their mother Queen Best Kemigisa

Sir Adeniji Adele II (1893-1964) was a Nigerian paramount ruler who held the title of Oba of Lagos. He was chosen vice president of the Nigerian Senate in 1960 and was also the president of the Lagos Town Council at the time.  He was among the special dignitaries that welcomed Queen Elizabeth to Nigeria in 1960

Sir Adeniji Adele II (1893-1964) was a Nigerian paramount ruler who held the title of Oba of Lagos. He was chosen vice president of the Nigerian Senate in 1960 and was also the president of the Lagos Town Council at the time. He was among the special dignitaries that welcomed Queen Elizabeth to Nigeria in 1960

South African Tribal Dance - Zulu Warriors .  their dancing is so awrsome to watch.  scary and cool at the same time

South African Tribal Dance - Zulu Warriors . their dancing is so awrsome to watch. scary and cool at the same time

Lot of 49 Northern Nguni (Zulu, Swazi and Transvaal Ndebele) and Southern Nguni (Xhosa) Beadworks and Jewelry, South Africa

Lot of 49 Northern Nguni (Zulu, Swazi and Transvaal Ndebele) and Southern Nguni (Xhosa) Beadworks and Jewelry, South Africa

King Mswati III - The King of Swaziland and head of the Swazi Royal Family is considered Africa’s last absolute monarch. He has held the throne for 24 years now, since the age of 18. - See more at: http://madamenoire.com/109378/9-africans-who-define-royalty-wealth-and-power/2/#sthash.x95hAfAY.dpuf

9 Africans Who Define Royalty, Wealth and Power

King Mswati III - The King of Swaziland and head of the Swazi Royal Family is considered Africa’s last absolute monarch. He has held the throne for 24 years now, since the age of 18. - See more at: http://madamenoire.com/109378/9-africans-who-define-royalty-wealth-and-power/2/#sthash.x95hAfAY.dpuf

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