Ooni’s Festival Riddles : From Nri with love 1

Suddenly the door burst open, diverting the gaze of the audience that had been fixated on Oonirisa Ogunwusi, who had just returned a few minutes earlier from a seven day spiritual retreat, looking angelic in a white scarf with a single red feather. The people had been looking expectantly towards Oonirisa Ogunwusi for messages and ...

Separatist mindsets can’t build united sustainable Original African liberation movements!

Only a genuine commitment to a unifying Original African cultural platform based on common origins, identity, linkages and aspirations can empower a restructuring movement towards a true confederation of self-determined states. Not a movement inspired by separatists agenda fueled by reactionary mindsets against Northern Fulani hegemony. There are only 3 political options for Southern Nigeria ...

Southbelt Alliance: Filling the Original African Vacuum

There are only two Nigerian institutions with global long term perspectives in Nigeria: the Army and the Fulani caliphate. Unlike in India and even South Africa with century old political parties, in Nigeria political parties keep changing with election cycles. Political parties, institutions and even entire political systems don’t exist in vacuum, but on well ...

Can a true African be an Abrahamist?

Some believe that you can think like an African, being Afrocentric, as an Abrahamist – Muslim or Christian. Even though many have questioned how one can adopt the God of their enslaver, they are told to get over the evils of the transatlantic slave trade, colonization and neocolonialism. The question is are the philosophical foundations ...

Can a true African be an Abrahamist?

Some believe that you can think like an African, being Afrocentric, as an Abrahamist – Muslim or Christian. Even though many have questioned how one can adopt the God of their enslaver, they are told to get over the evils of the transatlantic slave trade, colonization and neocolonialism. The question is are the philosophical foundations ...

The Nigerian Born Identity

Fulanis claim born to rule while Igbos claim born to be republicians. These perceptions influence the collective aspirations, sometimes positively or negatively. Wrong perceptions formed over time are usually difficult to change, especially when the real cause is not identified in the larger picture. Looking back in history, we can trace both perceptions to the ...

IJAW – Straight from Eden.

The Ijaws and their Ijoid language subgroup are the strongest linguistic evidence for the West African Origin of Humanity theory. They have the distinction of being the only linguistic subgroup given a class of its own, separate from the Volta-Niger ethnoliguistic groups of Yoruba, Igala, Igbo, Ewe and also separate from the Benue-Congo subfamily that ...

Shackles of the African nation-state of mind.

From Senegambia to Chad and onto Kenya, preparatory wargames have been conducted by Europeans and Afroasians for the final conflict at change of the Great Year, but Original Africans (Niger-Kongo ethnolinguistic family) are too culturally disoriented to know what time it is and notice the winds of change. For the lack of knowledge a people ...

Why Yoruba/Igbo perambulate – Original African geopolitical blind spots.

. It amazes me that some Yorubas and Igbos, the two most populous Original African groups (Niger Congo ethnolinguistic family) could actually believe that the French and Anglo-Saxons of England and USA, the two largest enslavers and colonizers of Original Africans, could actually help and arm them to create a truly free nation. Original Africans ...

Odua, another way to Yoruba Islamization?

The lack of the knowledge of history and its trends affects our critical thinking and long term strategic planning, otherwise it should be clear that Yoruba have a higher chance of being Islamized in a separate nation-state than Nigeria, especially since the percentage of Muslim Yorubas is around the national average, which makes it easier ...
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