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Fulani, the Enemy within-A reply(3)

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Fulani, the Enemy within -A Reply (3)

In this video, we are issuing a response to the comment that alleges that the slave trade existed in what was Negroland and Guinea before the religions of Christianity and Islam came.

He is not right in what he said but to claim that slavery came with Islam and christianity is not true. Slavery was an integral part of african societies long before the arrival of both religions

The video shows that the Slave trade was brought by the Slave masters mainly the Europeans and Arabs and their foot soldiers.

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