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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

 Teachers and Students of Trinity School on a Cultural tour of Badagry Market in search of traditional souvenirs. Anago, Holding Kolo Alamo/mud safe. it is a traditional safe where children and adult keep their money till it is full and then broken to collect the savings.
 Anago in a group photograph with students and teachers of the Trinity School.
Anago, Tour Guiding at the tomb of the former ruler of Badagry Chief Seriki Williams Abass, who ruled from 1895 till death in 1919.

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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.

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HISTORY OF PORTO NOVO / AJASE by Anago James Akeem Osho

Porto Novo is a great City with a great history. It is the capital of Benin republic and is situated on the West African Coast. The word Porto Novo is a Portuguese word which means New port.
The Portuguese were the first European to settle down there. Porto Novo is also known as Ajase (Ajace) by the Yorubas, and known as Hogbonu by the Ogu.
Porto Novo was established in the 16th Century. It was a Slave port controlled by the Alaafin of Oyo. The Oyo Empire was a great empire which also controlled the Slave port of Badagry. It partly controlled the Slave port of Whydah (Ouidah) for a period before Whydah was completely taken over by the Dahomey Kings.