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Charles Wundengba

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The Tragic Yet Resilient Story Of Igbo Slaves Who Committed Mass Suicide Off U.S. Coast In 1803

The stories of slave resistance, many of us know, have to do with bloodshed, violence, and destruction. But there are other acts of resistance...

The Reign Of Nana Osei Tutu I

UNITED ASANTE STATES UNDER NANA OSEI TUTU  ( 1695 –  1719 )                  Nana Osei Tutu succeeded Nana Obiri...

The Batavian Republic 1803-1806

After the French Revolution, the newly founded Republic of France conquered the Netherlands in 1795. The Netherlands became known as the Batavian Republic and...

Exhibit brings Mangi Meli of Old Moshi back to life

As with many African countries, most of the recorded Tanzanian history is Eurocentric, giving an impression that Tanzanians did not exist or even if...

Reflections on the 60th anniversary of the convening of the first AAPC conference in Accra

After more than six decades since the gathering of the first All-African People’s Conference (AAPC) in Accra, Ghana on 8-13 December 1958, renewal of...

The coup that set Ghana and Africa 50 years back

Nkrumah wanted to industrialize Ghana within a generation, and everything was on course until the Americans and their British cousins used some disgruntled and...

Four Instances the CIA meddled in African Affairs

The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has a long history of involvement in African affairs, so reports that the 1962 arrest of Nelson Mandela...

How Buganda became politically insignificant

Recently, Ssaabasajja Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II complained bitterly that the Buganda Kingdom had disappeared from the maps of Uganda while the other constituent parts of Uganda retained their identities. It is this humiliation that the Baganda have been subjected to since 1890 when Captain Frederick Lugard signed an agreement with Ssekabaka Mwanga II.

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30 History’s Greatest Black Achievers: Black power (Part 2)

From Martin Luther King Jnr in the USA to Nelson Mandela in South Africa, history is never complete without such names popping up. Today we are going to look at the part 1 of our compilation of History's greatest black achievers.

30 History’s Greatest Black Achievers: Black power (Part 1)

From Malcolm X in the USA to Nkrumah in Ghana, history is never complete without such names popping up. Today we are going to look at the part 1 of our compilation of History's greatest black achievers
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