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Egypt Moved 22 Mummified Royals To National Museum

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Egypt Moved 22 Mummified Royals To National Museum

One of the beauty of the continent of Africa is her rich historical background. And of the country that harbours such rich history is Egypt.

Egypt has Alot of historical Artifacts that is dated thousands of years ago. From the pyramids, Mummification of royalties, the river Nile just to mention a few.

Just recently, the Egyptian tourism agency had some of the mummified royals transportated in a grand style to another location.

Egypt held a spectacular parade to transport 22 mummies of its most famous pharaohs from central Cairo to their new resting place at the National Museum of Egyypt Civilization opened in 2017.

Egypt Moved 22 Mummified Royals

The ceremony snaked along the Nile corniche from the Egyptian Museum overlooking Tahrir Square to the newly opened National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat, Cairo, where Egypt’s first Islamic capital was located.

The mummies, 18 pharaohs and four other royals were transported in climate-controlled cases loaded onto Golden trucks decorated with wings and pharaonic design for the hour-long journey from their previous home in the older, Egyptian Museum.

Egypt Moved 22 Mummified Royals To National Museum

They were originally buried around 3,000 years ago in secret tombs in the Valley of Kings and the nearby Deir el-Bahri site. Both areas are near the southern city of Luxor. The tombs were first excavated in the 19th century.

Vehicles are seen during the parade as the Royal mummies are transferred from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat, Cairo

The carriage carrying the mummy of Queen Ahmose-Nefertari, daughter of Pharaoh Seqenenre Tao II, advances as part of the parade of 22 ancient Egyptian royal mummies departing from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on April 3.

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Prince Philip, Husband Of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, Has Died At 99

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and husband to Britain’s Wueen Elizabeth II, has died at 99, 2 months prior to tuning 100.

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Prince Philip, Husband Of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, Has Died At 99

A statement from Buckingham Palace said: “It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.”

The Duke was married to Queen Elizabeth II for over 70 years and became the longest-serving consort in British history.

He has been battling with health issues since 2011. But, it was not until May 2017, in the wake of completing over 20,000 independent public commitment, that he resigned from his own program of illustrious obligations, sometimes venturing out to help the Queen for large occasions.

Since the 1940s Prince Philip was a consistently present figure in the existence of the UK and gives up his own heritage.

For a man of his age he enjoyed relatively good health.

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Meet Kelechi Ndukwe, The First Nigerian-American U.S. Navy Ship Captain

Kelechi Ndukwe, a Nigerian-American was appointed as the commander of a U.S. Navy ship, USS Halsey (DDG-97), described as an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer on Thursday, April 8, 2021. He is the first Nigerian-American to arrive at this stature.

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Kelechi Ndukwe, a Nigerian-American was appointed as the commander of a U.S. Navy ship, USS Halsey (DDG-97), described as an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer on Thursday, April 8, 2021. He is the first Nigerian-American to arrive at this stature. The U.S. Mission in Nigeria congratulated Mr Ndukwe, an alumnus of the University of Notre Dame and the U.S. Naval War College.

Meet Kelechi Ndukwe, The First Nigerian-American Captain of a U.S. Navy Ship

In the giving over function facilitated live on Facebook, Mr Ndukwe reviewed how his parents relocated to the U.S. from Nigeria in 1977 as helpless college students with expectations and dreams.

Here are details about Kelechi Ndukwe- first ever Nigerian-American captain of a U.S. Navy ship.

  • He took over as the commanding officer from DeVere J. Crooks, who had commanded the ship since November 2019.
  • The appointment shoots Mr Ndukwe to the pinnacle of his 18-year career in the US Navy.
  • Mr Ndukwe is a graduate of chemical engineering, from the University of Notre Dame, 2002.
  • He bagged a master’s degree in national security and strategy studies from the US Naval War College, 2009.
  • He is the oldest of four children but also the smallest. Five Things To Know About Kelechi Ndukwe2
  • He is married with two children.
  • He started as an auxiliaries officer of the USS Thorn in 2003.
  • He has worked in the office of the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff (CJCS), America’s highest-ranking military officer.
  • Mr Ndukwe served as the fire control officer of USS Normandy in Norfolk from 2004 to 2006.
  • He served as a weapons officer and combat systems officer of USS Fitzgerald in Yokosuka, Japan, from June 2010 to December 2011.
  • Kelechi Ndukwe was a navy congressional liaison officer in Washington DC, from July 2006 to August 2008.
  • Between 2013 and 2015, he was the commanding officer for the USS Devastator (MCM 6), a minesweeper based in Bahrain.
  • He has served in numerous warships around the world, including in the Mediterranean Sea, Horn of Africa, Arabian Gulf, and Western Pacific Ocean.
  • Mr Ndukwe has received numerous awards, which includes, Defence Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.

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“How I Choose To Look Is My Choice…” Khloe Kardashian Is On Self-Love And Body Confidence

Khloe Kardashian reacted to a leaked photograph of herself by sharing a sincere message about her body-perception, alongside fa video from another Instagram Live during which she took off her dress.

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“How I Choose To Look Is My Choice...” Khloe Kardashian Is On Self-Love And Body Confidence

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ Star, Khloe Kardashian is strictly about self-love and body confidence following criticism and backlash regarding her body.

Khloe Kardashian reacted to a leaked photograph of herself by sharing a sincere message about her body-perception, alongside fa video from another Instagram Live during which she took off her dress.

In the midst of social media debate encompassing the unapproved picture that was shared online this week, the 36-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star presented a long message on Instagram on Wednesday, April 7, 2021, about battling with her body image.

She included topless video in a bathroom, alongside video from an Instagram Live she had recorded around the same time that uncovered her midriff. Khloe inscribed the post, “Yes I did a live to show you all this isn’t photoshopped.”

She attached a statement following the video, below is the statement:

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