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How Breffu And 23 Other Slaves Killed Their Masters And Later Committed Suicide

Breffu was an Akwamu leader of the 1733 slave insurrection on St. John (then known as St. Jan) in Danish West Indies. She committed...

History: The Fall Of Benin Kingdom In 1897

On 12 January 1897, Rear-Admiral Harry Rawson, commander of the Royal Navy forces at the Cape of Good Hope and West Coast of Africa...

Meet Amina Lawal, The Second Woman Convicted To Death By Stoning

Lawal was the second Nigerian woman condemned to death by stoning for engaging in sex before marriage. ...

Israel May Share Ties With Igbos

From generation to generation, some Igbos have passed down various versions of a migration story framed around Jacob, a patriarch...

History: How The War Between Israel And Palestine Began

The history of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict began with the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948. This conflict...

The Magic Tale Behind General Aguiyi- Ironsi’s Crocodile Swagger Stick

The late Major-General Johnson Thomas Umunnakwe Aguiyi-Ironsi was Nigeria’s first military head of state He ruled as...

Sergeant Rogers: Meet Abacha’s One Man Deadly Killer Squad Responsible For Kudirat Abiola’s Death

He wasn’t always called Sergeant Rogers. Before he joined the Strike Force in 1994, he was simply...

LAGOS: The History Of Èbúté Métta

  Who Named these Streets in ÈBÚTÉ MÉTTA, Lagos As someone who grew-up in Èbúté Métta and studied...

Lot’s Wife’s Pillar Of Salt Is Still Standing Till Today, At Mount Sodom: See...

The story of Lot's wife is one of the most interesting and yet sad stories in the bible. ...