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Production on Onyeka Nwelue’s ‘Other Side of History’ moves to Canada for final stretch of filming

The film focuses on the life of Emeka Ojukwu, between 1954-1960, before Nigeria’s Independence, as he spends time, frolicking with different women and throwing parties for his friends, inviting highlife originator, E.T Mensah, from Ghana to play for him and Bobby Benson, singing at his birthday party. Filming has been taking place in Nigeria, Ghana and the US,… read more »

Polititics and legacy of african enslavement

Article transferred from African Holucaust, more references and structure are work in progress The word ”’Maafa”’ (also known as the African Holocaust) is derived from a Swahili word meaning disaster, terrible occurrence or great tragedy. 1)The term today collectively refers to the Pan-African discourse of the 500 hundred years of suffering of people of African heritage… read more »

Evolution of mental slavery into the 21st century

Mental Slavery is far more sinister than physical slavery because the chains are invisible and are transmitted across generations. If African slavery was only physical, African people could within one generation, able to skip the plethora of social-economic issues which plague African people globally before the second chain came off. This is a far more… read more »

Omoyele Sowore Has Been Rearrested By DSS

FLASH: DSS finally re-arrests Omoyele Sowore after chasing judge out of the courtroom with gun. He has been taken to the headquarters of the DSS. https://mobile.twitter.com/SaharaReporters/status/1202887393243734017

Wole Soyinka

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wole Soyinka Wole Soyinka in 2018 Born Akínwándé Olúwolé Babátúndé Sóyíinká[1] 13 July 1934 (age 85) Abeokuta, Nigeria Protectorate(now Ogun State, Nigeria) Occupation Author poet playwright Nationality Nigerian Education Abeokuta Grammar School University of Leeds Period 1957–present Genre Drama novel poetry Subject Comparative literature Notable awards Nobel Prize in Literature 1986… read more »

DSS Tries To Rearrest Sowore In Court

  Operatives of the Department of State Services on Friday morning disrupted the ongoing trial of activists Omoyele Sowore and Olawale Bakare, attempting to rearrest the two men, who were only released from its detention on Thursday evening. The DSS operatives also chased away the presiding judge, Justice Ijeoma Ojukwu while also brutalising a journalist… read more »

Nigerian activist Sowore released on bail

Nigerian activist and former presidential candidate Omoyele Sowore appears at the Federal High Court in Abuja, Nigeria, December 5, 2019. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde LAGOS (Reuters) – A Nigerian activist and former presidential candidate whose continued detention prompted protests by rights groups was released on bail late on Thursday, the news organization that he founded said on… read more »

Omoyele Sowore

Omoyele Sowore From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Omoyele Sowore Sowore in 2016 Born 16 February 1971 (age 48) Ondo State, Nigeria Education University of Lagos Columbia University Occupation human rights activist, blogger, writer, lecturer Spouse(s) Opeyemi Sowere m. 2004 Website saharareporters.comhttps://aacparty.org/ Omoyele Sowore (born 16 February 1971) (“Yele”) is a Nigerian human rights activist, pro-democracy campaigner,… read more »