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Fulani, the Enemy within -A Reply (1)

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Fulani, the Enemy within -A Reply (1)

In this video, we are issuing a response to the comment that alleges that Fulanis were also sold during the slave trade.


#SaveTheState Liberia • 3 days ago
@THE RENAISSANCE they were one of the largest groups to be sold into slavery as far as numbers. Mandingo, Fulani and Igbo, I believe we're the three largest tribes. There are some famous Fulani who were enslaved in North America. For example, Abdu-l-Rahman Ibrahim Ibn Sori was a prince from West Africa who was made a slave in the United States. After spending 40 years in slavery, he was freed in 1828 by order of President John Quincy Adams and Secretary of State Henry Clay after the Sultan of Morocco requested his release. He was captured near the Futa Djallon.


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