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Arochukwu Never Conducted Slave Raids-LE(6)

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Arochukwu Never Conducted Slave Raids_LE(6)


Arochukwu Never Conducted Slave Raids_LE(6) is a continuation of our series on the age long lie that claims the Negroes were sold instead of captured and blaiming the Aro for the slave trade. This video shows the Aro couldn't have been behind the brutal Transatlantic and Trans Saharan slave trades by the Europeans, Arabs and Asians and later Americans.


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