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πŸ™„πŸ™„: Buhari marks 400th anniversary of slave trade abolition with article in Washington Post

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Why and why again are our leaders always doing this shit? Why do we always have to do very irreverent things in this country to divertΒ  attention from the main issue of this nation?with the suffocating issues of this country, why are you celebrating slave abolition? What will that do for you? And to think that With all the bloggers in this world and in your country, Buhari who rearly recalls things, even remembered to celebrate such an insignificant time at a time like this in the life of Nigeria?

In that case, Nigerians will like to celebrate being a live despite all odds and horrible looting that they have witnessed and survived while walking in the same street with the looters themselves being assigned brand new positions by the man who said he was going to fight them on our behalf.

Now back to this post as seen on punch news this morning..

President Muhammadu Buhari has called for the abolition of slavery in all modern forms in a opinion article he published inΒ The Washington PostΒ to mark the Β International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition.

 

See the write-up:

 

Four centuries ago, the first 20 documented African slaves arrived on the shores of Virginia. In the years that followed, millions more were shipped in dehumanizing conditions across the ocean and enslaved. Slavery had, of course, existed before. But this indicated the beginning of a mechanized trade that saw human beings reduced to property on an unprecedented scale

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