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Tour Nigeria with Anago James Akeem Osho on an adventure and learn about the Slave History, Customs and Culture of the people

Anago James Akeem Osho, guiding Tourists in the Museum in Nigeria
Lunch time with Tourists from Belgium

Replica of a Slave ship in the museum in Badagry

Experimenting with Slave chains

Experimenting with the ankle shackle

Experimenting with the ankle shackle that were formerly used on Slaves

Learning from the Teacher, Anago James Akeem Osho

Umbrella used in exchange of Slaves

walking tour

Leke Leke (cattle egret)

Welcome to Africa

Anago and Mr So Williams

Portrait with Anago

Anago portraying how the European Slave traders used to punish, torture, and beat Slaves on the plantations in the Americas with the whip

Anago James Akeem Osho educating Tourists

Adventures continues in the first Storey building

Anago Osho, So Williams and Children in a portrait

Anago Osho explaining how the front teeth of slaves on the Slave ships who prefer to starve to death were broken

Slavery was a universal phenomenon. The word Slave is not an African word

canon guns

Anago James Akeem Osho and Monsieur Mitchel from Belgium

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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.