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COLD HEAT NEWS » Business, Culture & Arts, People » The Traveling Princess Maria Amor adds other notches to her humanitarian portfolio—Global Champion for Peace & Security Award and Inducted in Women Hall of Fame in Dubai last Dec. 13, 2015

The Traveling Princess Maria Amor adds other notches to her humanitarian portfolio—Global Champion for Peace & Security Award and Inducted in Women Hall of Fame in Dubai last Dec. 13, 2015

On behalf of WE CARE FOR HUMANITY and COLD HEAT NEWS,  the Dubai’s  ruling family  member, Sheikh Juma Al Maktoum,  in Dubai last Dec. 13, 2015 at the SAMEAWS 2015, in conjunction with,  not only, a valuable  nomination from  Ms. Lamis Alkaati ‘s nomination but also Amor’s nonprofit, WCH’s Publicity Ambassador, Devani Pascual’s, incredible input,  crowned and immortalized Princess Maria Amor with  the Global Champion for Peace & Security Award in addition to an Induction into The International Women’s  Hall of Fame!
Maybe Amor can unsettle, if she isn’t too busy giving Supergirl a run for her money by proliferating an humanitarian global funding and supply dissemination campaign, seasonably entitled, Global Santa———-in countries such as India, Nigeria, Pakistan, United States, to name a few;  Is she capable of testing Donald Trump for US Presidency in 2016–amend the constitution and allow foreign born US citizens to throw their hats into the ring, obliterating permanently the notion of  a female Clinton being the 1st woman president, any time soon, if ever and then we will know, yes?
Interestingly enough, ,  a briefing wire press release dated December 14, 2015, stated that  on December 12, 2015,  King , Sulthan Abdurrachman Thaha Syaifuddin ,  of The Kerajaan Melayu Jambi (Malay Kingdom),   appointed Princess Maria Amor as   the newest   Princess of the Jambi Nation.  In addition, the release also stated that a special, dual  award and delegation of the Royal Kingdom of Sulu was held as well.

  In addition, according to briefing wire’s release the King expounded more fully on Amor’s value, when he said, ‘ ” By the power vested in me as Sulthan de Kerajaan Melayu Jambi, I hereby awarding you as the title as Princess of Jambi Nation as I believe that you are one of the greatest princesses of the world who put the welfare of others above yourself. I also believe that you can represent our Kingdom to the world being the oldest Kingdom in the Nusantra (Malay World)” ‘. Mirroring his colleagues’  sentiments,  the  King of the Royal Kingdom of Sulu said,  ‘ “We consider Princess Maria Amor as a strong pillar to both Kingdoms of Sulu and Jambi, being an advocate of humanitarianism combined with Royalty, we can easily achieve the goals of the Kingdoms which is to help our own people and humanity.” ‘

What is the SAMEAWS you ask? It is The South America-Africa-Middle East-Asia Women’s Summit and it was held last December 13, 2015, in  Dubai, UAE , at the  Shangri- La Hotel.
  In an event, which according  to SAMEAWS 2015 | African Leadership Magazine—— Mr Mohammed Al Hakim opened for HH Sheik Juma bin Maktoum Juma Al Maktoumto, and The United State’s  Representative,  Dee Dawkins-Haigler, dual  Georgia Legislative Black caucus / Georgia General Assembly member delivered the welcome address ,  an incredible array, representing numerous demographics,  of distinguished dignitaries, assembled there, on a mission to chart the path of women, and sort of  chart an international business plan, sort of like business schematics,  discerning why women can, should, how to and must exert and impose their wills  in finance, economics and maintain and grow in an ever challenging business world’s embrace of and tension against wealth generation, such as men, recessions, international unrest, interest rates, and globalization; We are talking “life”——and it was within these important proceedings that  Princess Maria Amor tasted immortality; The Princess Maria Amor is also  THE COLD HEAT NEWS PERSON OF THE YEAR 2015–CONGRATULATIONS!!
International dignitaries  present at this event, according to  SAMEAWS 2015 | African Leadership Magazine—, are as follows:
” ( Mrs Furo Giami – Executive Director of Center for Economic and Leadership Development (CELD); USA Representative  Dee Dawkins-Haigler,  Georgia Legislative Black Caucus & Member of the Georgia General Assembly ;Prince Gharios of Ghassan Al-Numan VIII,  Keynote speaker;  Dr. Lalla Malika Issoufou Mahamadou,  Niger’s  first lady, spoke regarding the key to peace and security in developing nations;  Mr. Mohammed Al Hakim,  presented opening remarks  for  Dubai’s  ruling family  member, Sheikh Juma Al Maktoum; Mr Mahamoud Hesham El Burai , United Nations Global Compact UAE ‘s Chairman,  gave  UNGC speech—–  according to United Nations Global—–The world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative ,” A call to companies to align strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, and take actions that advance societal goals”;  Sen. Binta Masi Garba,  gave a speech for Hajia Aisha Buhari – Nigeria’s first lady;  Aida Araissi, CEO Bilateral US -Arab Chamber of Commerce, Her excellency Princess Ocansey, ; Mrs Eunice Ajambo, lamis Al Kaati ,  welcomed the  Women’s News Agency and many other dignitaries participated at the event sharing their views on Women in Business, dealing with access to finance”


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