As both Haiti and the U.S. continue to endure hardships, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and Wyclef Jean are preparing as the Nation of Islam approaches their upcoming celebration marking 80 years of service to the Black community.
On February 26 and 27, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan will be in attendance for the Nation of Islam’s Annual Saviour’s Day Convention where he plans to address the ongoing woes of the country and the world.
Special guests such as Wyclef Jean, Raheeem DeVaughn, Frank Lucas and ‘The Real Freeway’ Rick Ross will be there to show their continued support.
This will serve as the 80th year anniversary of the Nation of Islam’s service to the Black community along with others that are victims to oppression in the country.
With the convention being held at the Stephens Convention Center in Illinois, Farrakhan will deliver a keynote address, “The Time and What Must Be Done”, on February 28 at the United Center in Chicago.
“I intend in my Saviours’ Day address to provide Divine warning and guidance from the Honorable Elijah Muhammad to the Black community to the American people and to our brother, President Barack Obama,” said Min. Farrakhan. “It is critical that everyone understand the time in which we live so that we can act in the manner that could save our lives.”
He also looks to address Haiti as the country continues to lend its support for the country.