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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

SULTAN, CAN’T WE JUST GET ALONG?

As whispers become headline news with General Obasanjo, Professor Soyinka and others finally confirming public fears of Islamization and Fulanization, the elephant in the room has remained mute. Culture is the foundation of politics and economics. The Sultan of Sokoto, Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar is the head of the Fulani and most important, the head of ...

Atikus Time for Justice, Yoruba/Igbo Southbelt Time for Unity!

There are Ifa and logical predictions that we face a gloomy near future with the continued Buhari rule that has already arrested and destroyed our economic and political development. The thought of four more years leaves many people exasperated, disappointed and disillusioned. There are many recriminations but this is not a time for recriminations and ...

The Original African in Asiatic Northern Nigeria

There are two cultural families and political interests across Nigeria and Africa, based on linguistic and cultural foundations – Niger-Congo (Original Africans that come from the same source) and Afro-Asians (products of different cultural imperialism). It is believed that until the Original Africans, who are 70% of the population, can articulate their origins, linkages and ...

The three stages of Black cultural evolution

In Southern Nigeria, the first Church, the Aruosa Church was created in 1506 in Benin, while the first mosque started in Oyo-Ile around 1550. A casual observer will wonder how the two Oranmiyan power centers embarked, around the same time, the long process that replaced the Original African belief system and robbed the people of ...

Aworawo, Yorubas Greatest Loss!

The disappearance of Aworawos in Yorubaland has resulted in loss of its traditional ability to articulate its chronological history and ability to project the future based on past trends, like modern Economists. For the lack of knowledge, my people might perish. The Bible said ‘number your days right so that you can gain wisdom of ...
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