1FirstBank Of Puerto Rico Sued By Whack-A-Doodle UVI Professor Chenzira Davis-Kahina
ONLY EMPLOYABLE AT UVI: Alleged Deadbeat UVI Professor Chenzira Davis-Kahina
FREDERIKSTED — St. Croix
The director of the “Caribbean Cultural Center at the University of the Virgin Islands,” facing foreclosure of her home by 1Firstbank Puerto Rico, decided she was not really “Chenzira Davis-Kahina” but actually “Royal Daughter Sat Yah” of the “Natural Sovereign Indigenous Nation of … Smai Tawi Ta-Neter-Awe.”
Davis-Kahina and her equally befuddlingly-named husband have sued 1First Bank for $190 million in federal court (and begun the flood of incomprehensible paperwork).
The couple’s law of “Maat” conveniently holds that attempts by federal marshals to seize their property would double the damages to $380 million.
Atlanta native David Hall is the president of the UVI and largely responsible for its tenured professors in St. Thomas and St. Croix.
Hall declined comment to the Virgin Islands Free Press.