Transforming Abibitumi from Digital Idea to Physical Institution
, Celebrating 16 years from Digital Idea to Physical Institution!

– By Kala Kambon June 8, 2022

When the lion runs and looks back, it is not that he is
afraid, rather he is trying to see the distance that he has covered. (Afrikan
Proverb) is celebrating 16 years of being the most influential and  innovative Black social education site and the only comprehensive Afrikan Liberation Communiversity online!

On Sunday, July 17th, 2022, 5 pm GMT,  the two-hour, online celebration kicks off with Owner/Founder, Ɔbenfo (Professor) Ọbádélé Kambon, followed by notable guest speakers, who will discuss some of the highlights of Abibitumi’s accomplishments over the years. This also includes upcoming and exciting developments from Ɔbenfo Ọbádélé Kambon, and his team.

The significant date also marks the five year anniversary of Ɔbenfo Ọbádélé Kambon aka Nana Kwame Pɛbi Datɛ’s enstoolment as the Banmuhene Kyidɔmhene at Akuapem Mampɔn.

For anyone who knows (initially started as it is clear that it has continued to maintain its
BlackPowerful mark on the digital and physical Global Afrikan world. Built from digital “scratch” so to speak by Ɔbenfo Ọbádélé Kambon in 2006, Abibitumi was the first online live and interactive Afrikan language learning institute, and the first online Afrikan cultural institute and social platform to simulcast meaningful educational interactions between Afrikans throughout the world. It
has hosted hundreds of classes, workshops, seminars, and discussions connecting  those of us in Haiti, mexico, ghana, nigeria, Brazil, spain, the u.s. and the u.k. to name a few.

Its membership, which started from only a solid core of foundational pioneers, has successfully grown to become the hub of Abibifahodie
(Black Liberation), with well over ten thousand members from all over the
world–an impressive feat in this age of digital integration where numerous people increasingly preach Afrikan sovereignty on white websites to get likes and followers to build “white” institutions and maintain the white nation.

For the last 16 years, Abibitumi has served as an instrument of our liberation removing the shackles on our Afrikan minds and tongues with educational online classes in Akan (Twi), Yoruba, Wolof, KiSwahili, Lingala, Mdw Ntr, Afrikan spirituality, and more. The site has been honored with the likes of ancestors, Nana Baffour Amankwaatia Asa Hilliard and
Nana Runoko Rashidi.  

Elders Mama Ama Mazama, Baba Anthony Browder, Seba Bonochi,
Baba Mwalimu Baruti, Okuninibaa Mawiyah and Okunini Kamau Kambon, and others have also made their appearances through their insightful discussions and/or
courses. has also been instrumental as a social activist platform to bring down oppressive images, as it assisted in the
mobilization of thousands of Afrikans globally to petition for the removal of
the infamous Gandhi statue, in the successful Gandhi Must Fall Campaign of 2018, at the University of Ghana at Legon. 

It also assisted Afrikans in times of crisis, such as the Haiti earthquake relief, where Abibitumi members and affiliates organized an airplane full of food and medical supplies for our brothers and sisters in dire need in 2010.

In its spiritually and cosmically significant 16 years of creation, elevation, development, and innovation this institution is steadily
welding its Abibitumi (Black Power) and making an influential mark, continuing a legacy towards our total Afrikan liberation. We can only anticipate the exciting and transformational activity to come in the next 16 years!

Abibitumi looks forward to all members being in attendance
with their own testimonials and insights for this BlackNificent, historical, not to be missed, free event!


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