During his goodwill trip to Africa, Michael Jackson, the King
of pop, rock and soul, is crowned "King Sani" by King
Nana Amon N'Djafolk IV - King of Krindjabo, who rules more than
a million Agni tribes people on the Côte d'Ivoire, during
vast ceremonies held in the in the land of his ancestors.
Michael thanked the dignitaries in French and English, signed
official documents formalizing his kingship and sat on a golden
throne while presiding over ceremonial dances.
President Omar Bongo recompensing him with the 'National Honor
Of Merit Award' on behalf of the country of Gabon, at the Ambassador's
Hall in the Presidential Palace in Libreville.
Michael visits African nations. Michael travels 30,000 miles
in eleven days, but his excursions to hospitals, orphanages, schools,
churches, and institutions for mentally
retarded children receive little positive coverage by the media.