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My Great Grandfather, the Nigerian Slave Trader -A Reply (3)

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My Great Grandfather, the Nigerian Slave Trader -A Reply (3)

In this video, we continue our response to an article by one Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani claiming that her Great Grand Father was a slave trader who sold people across the Atlantic. This article can be found at https://www.newyorker.com/cult....ure/personal-history

In this part 3 of the series, we at the Renaissance tried to further show that the article was a mere chronicle of lies and with the slave master hiding behind this Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani to propagate lies against the Negroes in an effort to exonerate the slave masters from their slave hunting atrocities of the past. We also examined a similar article which sought to blame a bunch of Priests massacred and murcured by the combined Nigerian and British armed forces in 1901 raid. The article and link was posted by one of our viewers and can be found at
mr we-right • 5 days ago
https://olivernwokedi.wordpres....s.com/2015/06/05/why

In a nutshell, having previously debunked the article in parts 1 & 2, we examined the 2nd article by another pseudo-researcher who somehow bought into the slave masters lie that a bunch of Priests could hace captued hundreds of Negro slaves from a tiny geographic region without any cars, scooters, Horses or any other form or movement other than foot and trekking.

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