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|Re: King Jaja Of Opobo And Wives In The 1870s [ Location: Rivers State ] by kingston277(m): 6:52pm On May 25, 2015|
And who do you think is The cause of all this backwards? Have you not heard of colonialism or do you think our ancestors suddenly forgot how to govern a country and regressed into what it is today? Use your brain.
That building in the pic is one example of widespread traditional architecture used all over England and Europe. And you still didn't negate my point about the Arab architecture.
You only have your gullible forefathers to blame.
hahn:This argument has been going on for so long, it seems you have forgotten the original point. Pre-colonial Africa was advanced back then. If our forefathers were able to achieve what they could, what's stopping us from doing the same level? If they could run stable governments with a entails for their people and live under accountability, what stopping us?
Why are the likes of you condemning you ancestors for "semi-primitiveness" and praising a foreign people that are rife with cultural corruption of their own thanks to centuries of European born superstition and backwardness? Stop with the inferiority complex and learn to learn from people who have been through similar trials you are currently in.
|Re: King Jaja Of Opobo And Wives In The 1870s [ Location: Rivers State ] by hpk(m): 10:14am On Jun 01, 2015|
zendy:very true, my god father is from nkoro and they speak igbo but not in its raw form.
|Re: King Jaja Of Opobo And Wives In The 1870s [ Location: Rivers State ] by Adesiji77: 2:32pm On Jun 13, 2015|
Just like you...
|Re: King Jaja Of Opobo And Wives In The 1870s [ Location: Rivers State ] by Ilamina(f): 9:07pm On Jan 17|
I heard white people didn't look good either at the beginning
Those women look
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