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The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-A Reply FE(2)

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The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-A Reply FE(2)

⁣The Enemy’s Friend for Negroes-A Reply LE(2)
This is the Limited Edition(LE) of our response video, the Enemy’s Friend For Negroes-A Reply(2) And we are responding to some comments we received from our last video.
Mr Himself Alone
I found Idu in a book
Mr Himself Alone
Let me ask a serious question? Why is it so important for the Renaissance to convince his listeners that no Igbo ever betrayed another to the slave traders. That the same person who wrote a history of the abolition of the slave trade. Thomas Clarkson. Who recorded what supposedly went on that the whole thing about canoes going up Calabar and Bonny to raid people did not happen? Why does it matter what "so-called African Americans believe? If our people did sell us hundreds of years ago. What does that have to do with Biafra today?
Mr Himself Alone
No one who called themselves Igbo or was called Igbo by others spoke of Biafra before Ojukwu.
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