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The Osu Caste System and the Slave trade(1)

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Published on 08 Nov 2018 / In Education

The Osu Caste System and the Slave trade(1)

The Osu caste system is a discriminatory system that is practiced in what is called Igboland Nigeria today. This video will seek to examine how the meaning of the word Osu changed to outcast and that the so called Osus were the Priests and wise men at that time.

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