Jay Speights, 66, an interfaith leader who lives in Rockville, Md., made an accidental discovery last year: He is an African prince. After a DNA test revealed ties to the Allada kingdom in Benin, Speights contacted their king. Within months, he was on a pl... : News Photo
Jay Speights, 66, an interfaith leader who lives in Rockville, Md., made an accidental discovery last year: He is an African prince. After a DNA test revealed ties to the Allada kingdom in Benin, Speights contacted their king. Within months, he was on a pl... : News Photo
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Jay Speights, 66, an interfaith leader who lives in Rockville, Md., made an accidental discovery last year: He is an African prince. After a DNA test revealed ties to the Allada kingdom in Benin, Speights contacted their king. Within months, he was on a pl...

ROCKVILLE, MD - FEBRUARY 15: Jay Speights, 66, an interfaith leader who lives in Rockville, Md., made an accidental discovery last year: He is an African prince. After a DNA test revealed ties to the Allada kingdom in Benin, Speights contacted their king. Within months, he was on a plane to the small West African country, where he was crowned, given "prince lessons" and told about his history -- and how his family ended up in the U.S. Speights is pictured in his apartment complex on Friday, February 15, 2019 with some of the attributes that were given to him as a prince. (Photo by Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Credit:The Washington Post / Contributor
Editorial #:1126696255
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Date created:15 February, 2019
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