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International students visits Anago James Akeem Osho in Badagry

Anago Osho was visited in Badagry by international students on a rainy June day. The students cuts across the continents of the world. What is exciting about these guys is their desire to learn more about History, the Trans Atlantic Slave trade and the solution to the different problems of multicultural societies.

The rainfall was no deterrent but rather a motivation as Anago Osho did not leave the rain while curating and teaching the students World History and the origin of Slavery in Africa. Anago was wet in the rain as he passionately tell his stories and the students remained in the rain too. It was emosional as he dedicated the day to parents worldwide and why children should appreciate their parents and guardians despite all odds.

A group photograph with Anago James Akeem Osho
Anago demonstrating with an international student

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