Friday, March 21, 2014

School on Escursion to Badagry and Tour Guided by Anago James Akeem Osho

The Students of Children International School on Escursion to Badagry to learn about Culture and the Trans Atlantic Slave trade Education. This is Anago James Akeem Osho passionately demonstrating and Teaching the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade History. The Slave Trade was horrible and we should cherish the gift of freedom and do everything possible to protect the freedom. Let the Children, Students, Teachers, Family, Groups e.t.c. come and learn about the past as the voices of the past is speaking to the present through Anago James Akeem Osho, the Historian, Tourist Guide and Folklorist..

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Anago James Akeem Osho (The Tourist Guide), Nick Beales and his girl friend from England on a guided Tour of BADAGRY


On 3/16/14, Nick wrote:
  Hi Anago,
  My girlfriend and I took a tour with you about 10 days ago and I have
  written a review for your website. I haven't been able to figure out how to
  upload it myself so have included it below. I've also attached some photos,
  which you are free to use if you want. Many thanks for your time, we both
  had a really interesting day and were really glad we made the trip.
  Kind regards,
  Nick Beales

Monday, March 10, 2014

THE HISTORY OF SERIKI WILLIAMS ABASS OF BADAGRY AND HIS BRAZILLIAN SLAVE BARRACOON By Anago James Akeem Osho

The Statue of Seriki Williams Abass at Aiyetoro round about near Abeokuta. Seriki Abass ruled Badagry for 24years, founded Aiyetoro and Idogo. PHOTO CREDIT: Anago James Akeem Osho
Seriki Williams Abass was born originally at a town in Yorubaland called Ijoga Orile. The town is in todays Ogun State in South West Nigeria. Ijoga Orile is not far from Ilaro and Abeokuta. His birth name was Faremilekun and his father’s name was Fagbemi. He was captured by the Dahomeans and became a slave at the age of six years old. The country called Benin Republic today used to be known as Dahomey. The name Dahomey was changed to Benin Republic in 1975.