Yes i am mad. What is wrong with the young African minds. Go back to
history and see where we are coming from. Our minds are polluted and you
think you know what you are doing and are better than others because
you go to the church or mosque? The Holy books teach better. Do not
follow men, follow the divine.
The hope of Africa are the youths
and everywhere i have traveled to in Africa, the youths are not
empowered and they just watch and try to survive by ''doing anything'', traveling abroad to make ends meet and care for their families and often time meet their water loo.
See what is going on in Libya as young Africans are sold in public.
Slavery continues in Mauritania and the slaves are Black. No one is
talking about the Arabs, Chinese etc. taking over Africa. It is a
conscious effort. The youth seems not to be aware or care less about
events around them but seems to have forgotten that they are the miracle
and hope that the continent seek.
Nigeria Tourism Week nominated Anago James Osho in the upcoming event
in NOVEMBER, 2017, As the best 'Tour Guide in Nigeria'. For Anago James
Akeem Osho to win, please vote for him online
The nomination news came to Anago Osho when someone called him that he has been nominated in the tourism award ceremony coming up in Nigeria. To him, it means that someone or some people have been noticing the hard work of him and other awardees. This won't be his first award but the organizers are very credible and professional in their field.
The Nigerian tourism week scheduled for November is not just a boost for tourism in the country but also an encouragement for the professionals in the industry.
Anago James Osho was nominated in the Nigeria Tourism Week coming
up in November, 2017, as the best 'TOUR GUIDE'. For Anago
James Osho to win, everyone can vote for him online www.nigeriatourismawards.com/vote
Omotola Itayemi commented that the NTW targets about 20 million domestic travelers in Nigeria within five years.
The tourism and hospitality business in Nigeria is growing despite it's challenges. It is not what it used to be when Anago Osho Tourism Adventures beg…
where ever you find yourself (either willingly or not)? This is the question I
raised in the case of Oluwale Kasola (Cudjoe Lewis) and his wife Abile ( they were the ones who began the founding of
the African Town, Mobile Alabama in the United States known as Africatown today.
state of Alabama is rich in history although some are not pleasant, yet the
people can take advantage of the opportunities that seems not to be there. In reality,
opportunities are not given it is created. The Clotilda
was the name of the recorded last slave ship to the United States of America. ‘’Recorded
last slave ship’’, because many came to the U.S.A illegally and were not
documented. The Clotilda
arrived in Alabama on the night of a Sunday, dated 8th of July,
1860. Many among the slaves that were taken to the Americas through the slave
port of Whydah (Ouidah), Benin republic were of Yoruba Stock. The economy
of Dahomey was established on slave trading ventures. It was on one of such
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A woman and about six children and a European male
visited the museum. ‘’Hello madam’’, I greeted her and she responded by saying ‘’How
are you Anago? Quite a while and how have you been?’’. Another smooth Jeep parked behind her car and she
said, ‘’I brought my visitor to you. He wants to learn about the Tran Atlantic slave
trade. I told him that you are a reincarnated slave and the right person for
the topic”. ‘’Thank you madam for the compliment’’ I responded. About three more people joined the tour group. I noticed
among the other group a man whom I later discovered to be an African American.
He did his DNA and traced his root to Yoruba land, and Ibadan precisely. The people in this group were very knowledgeable. They
came with a purpose and know a lot about African history. The African policy makers should make it compulsory
that schools, especially both elementary and high school should learn their
history. It seems people of African origin in Diaspora are more keen and