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Placebo Effect for Negroes-A Reply (1)

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Placebo Effect for Negroes-A Reply (1)

Please note that this is not the scientific Placebo Effect that you see in your Academic research but used here for lack of a better term.



This Video is a reply to the video on the Placebo effect for Negroes(1).It explains how the Moors became Fulanis and still doing the same thing they were doing in the past.

We tried to examine if the Moors became the Fulanis considering that the Fulanis are said to be of unknown origin, and they are slave hunters like the Moors, chances are that the slave masters changed their identity to hide their ugly past as slave hunters.

Who were the Moors and where are they today?

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Jones, C. H. (1875). Africa: The History of Exploration and Adventure as Given in the Leading Authorities from Herodotus to Livingstone.

Shaw, F. L. (1905). A tropical dependency: An outline of the ancient history of the western Soudan with an account of the modern settlement of northern Nigeria.

N.A(1910) Notes on Nassarawa Province(Nigeria)

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Burns, A.C(1922) The Nigeria Handbook

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