World Harmony Bell
Ringing in Africa
Lighting Africa Project
by Donating Solar Light
to 20 Africa countries
The African Economic Summit,
held in Kigali, Rwanda from September 15 – 18, 2022,
was a complete success.
In attendance were the following 20 nations: Benin, Burkina
Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros,
Congo Brazzaville, DRC, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea-Conakry, Ivory
Coast, Liberia, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone,
Tanzania, The Gambia, Togo and Zambia. Also in attendance
were business leaders from Africa, the United States,
Europe, Hong Kong, China, Israel
and many other countries.
This Africa Summit coincides with the opening of the United
Nations General Assembly in New York.
The series of activities of the African Economic Summit also implement the
spirit of the
and pay tribute to
the United Nations General Assembly.
There were many memorable events at the Economic Summit
Among the highlights of the closing ceremony on September
18, 2022, in which Dr. Bertin Koovi, who is famous economist
for Africa, representative for Infinite Energy LLC, USA, in
recognition for his work on sustainable development in
Africa and beyond received an award for his theory of
and his lecture on September 17, 2022.
He outlined the seven principles of his theory that are
fundamental for any country, in order to strengthen the
basis of its economy.
These principles are energy, education, health care,
shelter, clothing, belief and faith, which he stressed, must
be provided by the government in order, for its citizens to
A donation was made by
Mr. Paul Jaikaran, CEO of Infinite Energy LLC,
Dr. Bertin Koovi, CEO of Africa Power Solutions SA
and Mr. Fan (Frank) Liu, founder of World Harmony
They donated a total of 400,000 sets of Solar Streetlights,
the value is about $180,000,000 USD of which each country
that attended the Summit will receive 20,000 sets.
The main sponsors were the World Harmony Foundation and its
members from America, Chinese Shenzhen Bright Solar
Technology, Corp. whose donations made it possible for this
Also, at the closing ceremony, a smaller version of the
World Harmony Bell,
symbol of World Harmony Foundation was presented by the
Dr. Bertin Koovi and Mr. Paul Jaikaran.
The bell was created and designed by the founder of World
Harmony Foundation Mr. Fan (Frank) Liu in 2005, in
commemoration of the United Nations 60th
anniversary as a symbol of Peace, Harmony and Unity among
During the presentation ceremony of the Harmony Bell,
on the 60th anniversary of the United Nations,
the then Secretary General of the United Nations Kofi Annan,
president of General Assembly, and President of Security
Council was first group to ring the bell.
Since then, the bell has been rung every year during the
United Nations conference in New York, held in September.
The original bell remains in New York and this replica will
remain in Africa in the possession of Dr. Bertin Koovi, who
will present it to other African leaders for it to be rung
at various symbolic events for
Peace, Harmony and Unity around the world.
Among those that rang the bell at the Summit in Kigali,
Rwanda was the
Prime Minister of Comoros, his Excellency Mr. Bianrifi
followed by the other 19 nations representatives and business leaders.
Each representative and business leaders were given the
honor of ringing the bell three times to usher in Peace,
Harmony and Unity among nations and the world at large.
After the ringing of the bell, WHF star Michael Jackson Wang
We Are the World and Heal the World.
the Harmony for Peace
song was sung by singers from 6 continents.
In addition, 5 WHF medals was awarded to the following
countries for promoting Green Energy, Peace, Harmony and
Comoros, Ivory Coast, Central African Republic, Mali and
In addition to Peace, Harmony and Unity around the world,
the World Harmony Foundation has added to its resolution
Harmony for Peace & Harmony with Nature,
which is in keeping with the United Nations,
General Assembly resolution.
The Secretary General Ms. Cheron Ramphal of WHF,
Headquartered in the United States of America
along with youth ambassadors of Global Future Leader Organization ,
Jonathan Jaikaran and Adam Jaikaran
raising fund to financial support in getting the
Harmony Bell to Kigali, Rwanda
for the African Economics Summit.
Reporter: Harmony Liu/Ask Congress TV
By: Jonathan Jaikaran and Adam Jaikaran
News Editor: Cheron Ramphal