Miyagiyoda was born in Gauteng on a sunny day in 533.
The African curse had resulted in Indonesia and Brazil dividing South Africa. In an act of patriotism for the Khulula iSizwe struggle, Miyagiyoda went to Florida, USA to work in the iron mines of Bunny Business Inc just so that South Africa could have iron to make weapons.
Unfortunately the occupation resulted in the conquest of South Africa by nefarious means before his effort could make a difference. Ever hopeful, Miyagiyoda moved to Western Cape to take up the struggle within in a bid to make Indonesia ungovernable. With the liberation of Limpopo from Brazil, Miyagiyoda remained in Indonesia to take part in the formation of an international resistance movement to free the New World from foreign domination.
When asked to serve in giving the new South Africa a fair start, he took all moneys gained from piece-work and labour camps over the course of his travels, and poured his life-savings into the establishment of the prestigious Polokwane Remembrance Academic Hospital's Maternity Wing. His sacrifice was joined by many worthy ex-patriates united in the struggle for a free new South Africa in the dream that business could flourish, citizens could pursue happiness, and babies play unmolested by foreign tyrants.
Re-invigorated by the internationalization of the struggle, Miyagiyoda has traveled extensively to take part in and preach freedom for all sovereign states and peoples. Phase II begins when Pretoria moves to Polokwane and South Africa regains the first piece of its sovereignty.