King Yahu Blackwell Pegged To Be One of Ghana’s Wealthiest Royals | Building Ghana’s First McDonalds

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

One of the wealthiest royals in the making is HRH King Gbejelor The First, Yah Nii Armah Blackwell (Yahu Blackwell).

He is the first royal son of Adu Kpono We, Kinkawe Quarters, and the first Osu Lumor “Noryaa Mantse “ from the 400-year Osu African diaspora.

Enstooled by the Osu Paramount Stool — HRM (His Royal Majesty) TeTeeTe Nii Nortey Owuo IV

The newly enstooled GaDangme King ancestors were purchased from the Osu Slave Castle (Ghana) and were later sold in Yorktown, Virginia (USA). Ga royals were sold and later renamed by the Blackwell Plantation Owners.

  • Peter Blackwell — born in 1814
    Peter Blackwell — mother was Julia 1786 – 1882 (born a slave in Virginia)
    his son was…
  • Royston Blackwell
    Born a slave — December 18th, 1833 in (died 1910 in Baltimore, MD USA) | he escaped slavery in Northumberland County (VA) when the Union troops came. He made his way to Baltimore, and by September enlisted in the “Revenue Cutter Service”. There he served from September to the summer of 1865.
    Royston Blackwell had two marriages, fathering 23 children (all together).

The King is “lineal” from Royston’s “second marriage” in 1884 (Maria Luisa Robb). She was born 1862 in Essex county Virginia (she was 29 years younger then him) — boring 6 children together (2 died / 4 lived).

From the 4 remaining children descends the (Direct Line Of The Chief) we have;

  • Henry Anderson Blackwell — Feb 15th 1887 — Jan 2nd 1961 / wife was Ruby Eddith Johnson (maiden) born Oct 20th 1891 — March 18th 1981.
    From him we have …
  • William Armstead Blackwell (Feb 22 1926 – March 1977)
    ⁠Next is Duane Adwin Blackwell
    ⁠and finally… Osu Lumor King Gbejelor the first | Yah Nii Armah Blackwell” (Yahu Blackwell).

The chief is building his wealth in Ghana through established investments within the United States. Aside from his professional boxing career, he is a restaurant owner of National franchise brands such as;

Rita’s Italian Ice
Auntie Anne’s Pretzels and
Mc Donald’s
He is also the founder and owner of HEWALE ENERGY, as well as a global commodity and real estate investor.

2024 the Noryaa Mantse (Yahu Blackwell) is negotiating a deal with the world renowned global franchise chain “McDonalds”.

He is looking to make history by build Ghana’s first McDonalds (Accra).

Sources say, the King will be fighting again (professional boxing) on June 28th, 2024 for the WBC, WBA, and WBA regional championships, and is also eyeing a mega boxing event later in Ghana.

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