Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Tourists from France Visits Badagry on Safari Water Cruise Adventures and Tourist Guide Anago James Akeem Osho keeping the Adventure alive with History

 Put on your life Jacket as we sail out on a Safari water Adventure across the Lagos/Porto Novo Lagoon

Anago James Akeem Osho Tour Guided The Trinity School on Tourism Adventures in Badagry for Three days

 James Akeem Osho Anago, entertaining and educating students at the Brazilian Slave Barracoon of Seriki Williams Abass of Badagry

THE REPERCUSSION OF THE NEW AND RIGID STRATUM IN AFRICA By James Akeem Osho Anago

                                    

The dividing up of the society in Africa was not static. It was nonrigid. It was flexible. Social stratum is a person’s class in a society. People belong to different social strata or social stratum, and this could depend on the family that a person was born into or the type of occupation one is involved in e.t.c. but it could change for the better or worse.

In Africa, before colonization, the kings’ position was undisputedly at the top of the social stratum. The kings were at the top of the political hierarchy and slaves were placed at the bottom. Though, slaves were able to climb up the ladder to greatness.
Ancient Africa provided a level playing field for everyone to achieve greatness. A poor family could move up the ladder of society and a wealthy family could do better and sustain their wealth or push downward to poverty. Hard work and determination to succeed is one of the characteristics of Africa. This is evidence in the folklore of Africa and narratives of enslaved Africans in the Americas.