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

Naij: A Film History of Nigeria - This lens reviews Naij: a documentary history of Nigeria. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Nigerian independence, Naij: A Film History of...

Naij: A Film History of Nigeria - This lens reviews Naij: a documentary history of Nigeria. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Nigerian independence, Naij: A Film History of...

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.

Ahmet Ali Çelikten (1883–1969) may have been the first black military pilot in aviation history and was one of only two known black combat pilots in World War I (the other being Eugene Jacques Bullard).

Ahmet Ali Çelikten (1883–1969) may have been the first black military pilot in aviation history and was one of only two known black combat pilots in World War I (the other being Eugene Jacques Bullard).

Africa | Female figure with children from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Early to mid 20th century | Wood and pigment || Yoruba figurative sculptures for shrines dedicated to various deities often depict female devotees accompanied by children and holding bowls for kola nuts or other offerings.

Africa | Female figure with children from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Early to mid 20th century | Wood and pigment || Yoruba figurative sculptures for shrines dedicated to various deities often depict female devotees accompanied by children and holding bowls for kola nuts or other offerings.

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.

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