Boof)..in other instances, false names are given to protect the identity of Uncles, Aunts or former boyfriends who don't want their names given.1969 Probably born on March 3 (exact date unknown)...definitely born as Naima Bint Harith, on the Nile River in a little house in Omdurman, Sudan to Arab-Egyptian Muslim Archeologist Harith Bin Farouk (he later chose Kolbookek to signify ancient Egyptian Coptic ties) and a blue black Gisi-Waaq Oromo nomad Somali mother, Jiddi (who was purchased by Harith Bin Farouk at 14 for marriage. Naima was the 7th child born to Harith and Jiddi..first girl and the only child not stillborn.She had to deal with American black self-hatred, something she writes about in her book “Diary of a Lost Girl” (2007).
As well, Naima noticed her father continually agitated by the planning of Lake Nuba (probably the richest archeological site in Sudan...a valley comprised of the ancient Nubian pyramids containing the history of Nilotic Blacks...
Please note that in the interest of police-advised safety measures . Notice the true birth name of Kola Boof and the real names of her birth parents are listed here for the very first time ever (at the permission of Ms.
some of the information contained in this chronology, such as the use of certain people's real names, is edited.
Her mother was blue black, as she puts it, an Oromo from Somalia. That did not last: her grandmother thought Boof was too dark to fit in and sent her to live with an Ethiopian couple in England.
Her parents stood up against how blacks were kept down and made into slaves. Her new parents in turn thought she was a witch and so she wound up in America in Washington, DC, brought up by a Black American couple: I knew that I was special and that I had been placed with very special people in a very special paradise. You must understand that the Black Americans are very magical people – because their hearts are broken.