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Arochukwu Never Conducted Slave Raids-LE(4)

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Arochukwu Never Conducted Slave Raids-LE(4)


Arochukwu Never Conducted Slave Raids-LE(4) is a limited edition of the Video seeking to debunk the age long lie that the Aro Priests were behind the slave trade. It seeks to use recorded historical records to show that not only did the Priests not have the capacity, but that they(the Aro) were never said to have been behind it based on historical records. It also exposes those who were behind the brutal Transatlantic and Trans-Sahara slave trades carried out by the Europeans, Arabs and Asians, Berbers, Tuaregs and later Americans.

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