Monday, May 22, 2017

Anago James Akeem Osho and Seyi Solagbade and the Blackface, A Nigerian popular Afro fusion Singer and performer

Anago Osho and Seyi Solagbade and the Blackface, A Nigerian popular Afro fusion Singer and performer and Dr Lisa during the African Drum Festival.

Anago James Akeem Osho Tour Guiding The Dare Experience Group on a Tour of Badagry on the 20th of May 2017

Anago and some tourists of The Dare experience
A tourist of the Dare Experience backing his son under the rain.
Despite the rainfall, the Dare Experience Group of Tourists, led by Ayomide dared the rainfall as we continued our tours under the rain. I was excited to meet tourists and adventurers like this. You do not meet such tourists often.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Letter to Asterixus: A friend insearch of Elixir By Anago James Akeem Osho

Dear Asterixus. I am on a trip to Whydah, an historical place in West Africa. How are you and New York City today? I got the last message you sent to me. I did not shiver and maybe you do not know how graceful and important you are.

Our planet is a wonderful place but the evil in the heart of humankind kept destroying this beautiful place. Maybe we don't know that this evil is also destroying us as a race of people.

Saturday, May 6, 2017

HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT LEKKI TOWN-LAGOS BY ANAGO JAMES AKEEM OSHO



Lekki is very important in the old and new Lagos. Lekki Peninsular is from around Mobil Lagos Victoria Island to the Niger Delta. 
 
Lekki is an historical and ancient town. It is very close to Epe, Ikorodu, Victoria Island and Lagos Island.

THE ROAD TO THE ABOLITION OF SLAVE TRADE IN LAGOS: THE DRAMA BETWEEN OBA AKITOYE AND KOSOKO By Anago James Akeem Osho

Oba Akitoye was a king who believed in legitimate commerce and he desired a good relationship between his people and the British, but his nephew was a defiant slave trader who believed that Oba Akitoye usurped his position as a king.
 
Before Akitoye became king, Kosoko was in exile in Whydah (Ouidah) and Whydah was another important slave trading port that time.

Origin of European Slave Trade in Africa, And their Voyage to Lagos Nigeria By Anago James Akeem Osho

The Slave trade is a universal phenomenon. It is not synonymous to a people but the Trans Atlantic Slave trade changed how slavery was viewed. It becomes based on skin color.  This was readily accepted because it already existed. The slavers of the Trans Saharan slave trade degraded African Slaves based on their skin color. This slave