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SERIKI FAREMI WILLIAMS ABASS SLAVE MUSEUM-BADAGRY By ANAGO JAMES AKEEM OSHO

Seriki Faremi Williams Abass of Badagry

In 1895, Chief Seriki Faremi Williams Abass became the paramount ruler of Badagry
Anago Osho, Tour Guiding Tourists at the Barracoon


A box containing Slaving instruments at the museum of Seriki Abass

Remnants of Burnt Bricks used in building the Barracoon of Seriki Williams Abass
Native court of Seriki Williams Abass of Badagry where he passes judgement on all villages and towns under Badagry district



Anago Osho standing infront of the Tomb of Seriki Abass
Anago James Akeem Osho Educating Tourists

Hand writings of  Seriki Williams Abass
Tiny window for ventilation at the Barracoon from inside the slave cell
Tiny window for ventilation at the Barracoon from outside the Slave cell

Portrait of Seriki Williams Abass and his council members when he became the paramount ruler of Badagry in 1895








Hand writing of Seriki Williams Abass
Seriki Abass negotiating with his Brazillian Slave buyers in Badagry
Anago James Akeem Osho demostrating with Slave chains at the Barracoon with a family on tour





























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