How The British Planted The Seed Of Disunity In Nigeria

How The British Planted The Seed Of Disunity In Nigeria

AFRICANGLOBE - Nigeria is a land of superlative potential with its immense richness in agriculture, minerals and human resources. In 1960, when it won its independence from the British, it was the beacon of the continent. Today, Nigeria is touted as the symbol of post-colonial African failure by Western journalists and authors. But Africa’s most populous land was programmed by the British colonisers to fail, argues Adebola Adeoye.
Hands Off Harriet Tubman!!

Hands Off Harriet Tubman!!

AFRICANGLOBE - There seems to be some confusion concerning our beloved Warrior Ancestor Harriet Tubman. Last week on social media I noticed ,what I thought was the worst joke in world, talk about putting Harriet Tubman on the 20 dollar bill! Naw…. Was my immediate reaction because as I stated I thought it was a joke.
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South African Army Placed on High Alert as Julius Malema Meets Disgruntled Soldiers

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Cops Involved in the Danzinger Post-Katrima Massacre Convicted

A federal jury on Friday convicted five current or former police officers in the deadly massacre of a group of African Americans on the danzinger bridge in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Former officer Robert Faulcon, Sgts. Robert Gisevius and Kenneth Bowen, Officer Anthony Villavaso and retired Sgt. Arthur Kaufman were convicted of charges stemming from the cover-up of the shootings.
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U.S. Military (AFRICOM) Will Maintain ‘Light Footprint’ in Africa

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Is America’s Legal System Capable of Defending Black Life Against Irrational White Fears?

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Nigeria Versus South Africa: Size Matters, But So Does Development

AFRICANGLOBE - Most of Nigeria's 170 million people live below the poverty line, so many complained they didn't feel any richer when the oil producing nation's statistics bureau announced on Sunday the economy had replaced South Africa as the continent's biggest.
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South Africa: Govt Desperate for Black Industrialists

Government should help create South Africa's own Black industrialists, President Jacob Zuma said in Johannesburg."There are many financial institutions that are under the control...
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