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The Slave Master, the Slave hunter and the Slave_FE(4)

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The Slave Master, the Slave hunter and the Slave_FE(4)


The Slave Master, the Slave hunter and the Slave_FE(4) is a continuation of our series on the age long lie that claims the Negroes were sold instead of captured and blaiming the Aro for the slave trade. This video goes slightly further to expose how the slave master and his slave hunting partners deploy controlled Authors to change the Narrative of the slave trade.
We also examined two Igbo Authors who wrote lies similar to that of Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani in her chronicle of lies that Her Great Grandfather was a Nigerian slave Trade.


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