History Of Nsibidi The Ancient Igbo Alphabets Britain Destroyed Ibo Civilization - Culture - Nigeria

History Of Nsibidi The Ancient Igbo Alphabets Britain Destroyed Ibo Civilization - Culture - Nigeria

From the artifactual history, we know that the original Royalty and Nobility of Europe were Black people.

From the artifactual history, we know that the original Royalty and Nobility of Europe were Black people.

Queen Amina of Zaria 1588-1589    The elder daughter of Bakwa Turunku, who founded the Zazzau Kingdom in 1536, Queen Amina came to power between 1588 and 1589 A. D. Unlike her younger sister, Zariya (from whom the city of Zaria derives its name), Amina is generally remembered for her fierce military exploits.

Queen Amina of Zaria 1588-1589 The elder daughter of Bakwa Turunku, who founded the Zazzau Kingdom in 1536, Queen Amina came to power between 1588 and 1589 A. D. Unlike her younger sister, Zariya (from whom the city of Zaria derives its name), Amina is generally remembered for her fierce military exploits.

Image copyright                  Getty Images             Image caption                                      Vaccination can prevent meningitis                               An outbreak of meningitis in several states of Nigeria has killed at least 140 people, officials say....

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Vaccination can prevent meningitis An outbreak of meningitis in several states of Nigeria has killed at least 140 people, officials say....

The Oba of Benin Ovonramwen in 1897. Exiled to Calabar in south-eastern Nigeria, after a British court acquitted him of the killings of seven british emissaries that sparked retaiiatry british attacks. But by the time the monarchy was restored in 1914, the independent kingdom of Benin no longer existed - it had become part of Nigeria, which was then a British colony.

The man who returned his grandfather’s looted art

The Oba of Benin Ovonramwen in 1897. Exiled to Calabar in south-eastern Nigeria, after a British court acquitted him of the killings of seven british emissaries that sparked retaiiatry british attacks. But by the time the monarchy was restored in 1914, the independent kingdom of Benin no longer existed - it had become part of Nigeria, which was then a British colony.

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