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Fulani, the Enemy within -A Reply (2)

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The African Renaissance Channel

Fulani, the Enemy within -A Reply (2)

In this video, we are continuing our response to the comment that alleges that Fulanis were also sold during the slave trade.
We examined the case of Job Ben Solomon as well as why or how he could have been sold into slavery.


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