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Entering Behaviour for Negroes(1)

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The Real Renaissance History

Entering Behaviour for Negroes(1)

In this video, we at the Renaissance tried to examine entering behaviour as regards Negro Islamization.

The video tried explain Entering Behaviour in terms of the Negro circumstance and explains the various ways the Slave master uses the entering Behaviour for islamization and the practical Entering Behaviour that the Fulanis use to conquer Negro communities.

We also raised questions as to what was the original name of the Yoruba sub group and when they came into existence from Dahomey and how they are the foot soldiers of the slave masters. The Yoruba, like the Fulanis work together for subjugation and enslavement of the Negroes.

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You are welcome to support us and we thank you for your continued support
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REFERENCES

1. Orr, C. W. J. (1911). The making of northern Nigeria. Macmillan and Company, Limited.
2. Smith, W. (1744). A new voyage to Guinea
3. Drummond, P(1862) The War in America. Negro Slavery and the Bible. A Politico-religious Essay. By an Old Politician
4. Reade, W. W. (1864). Savage Africa: being the narrative of a tour in equatorial, southwestern, and northwestern Africa; with notes on the habits of the gorilla; on the existence of unicorns and tailed men; on the slave trade; on the origin, character, and capabilities of the negro, and on the future civilization of western Africa.
5. Johnston, H. H., & Bartholomew, J. G. (1899). history of the colonization of Africa by alien races.
6. Hambly, D. W. (1930). Field Museum of Natural History. Chicago, Illinois.
7. Seddall, H. (1874). The missionary history of Sierra Leone.
8. The Bible(KJV)

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