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Blacks Without Borders

Blacks without Borders a film documentary by Stafford U Bailey


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The Apartheid Mentality of Xenophobia

Nigerians and Black people around the world fought for the freedom of all black people in South Africa. Black Africans are still fighting for their freedom in Africa. Xenophobia is a side effect of Apartheid, metropolis of illusions, invisible NO BLACKS or DOGS signs, Uncle Toms paraded as leaders while cleaning their masters kitchens. – @OgbeniAyotunde


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Unholy Merchants of Terror

The head of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Mr Oritsejafor‘s (close personal friend of President Goodluck Jonathan) private jet was caught in South Africa stuffed with $10m cash, money alleged to be used for the purchase of weapons from an Israeli arms dealer.

The Nigerian government quickly took ownership of the cash and transaction. The Nigerian government caught in a shady (illegal) arms deal with the head of the Christian Association of Nigeria as the front man. Nigerians believe these so called men of God are beyond reproach; meanwhile they commit the greatest crimes against humanity in Nigeria today.

Twelve Nigerian soldiers were sentenced to death for “mutiny”, the penalty for firing shots in the air as they watched the bodies of their fellow soldiers brought in after an ambush by Boko Haram and to show their dissatisfaction at how ill equipped they are in the fight against terror. If the Nigerian government should carry out the executions of these brave hearts then I believe all pastors in Nigeria should also face the firing squad.

Now if the Sultan of Sokoto is caught in the same act Mr. Oritsejafor is guilty of he would be labeled a Boko Haram financier by the Christian population of Nigeria. Truth be told all pastors mega or not are the biggest crisis facing Nigeria today not Boko Haram or Ebola. – @OgbeniAyotunde


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Nelson Mandela by Sincelor

It’s been a long walk home

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Black Presidents

Black South Africans broke loose of white supreme rule just over 20 years ago. The living symbol of South Africa’s freedom Nelson Mandela struggles for his life in Pretoria Hospital.  It is obvious that black South African’s are still reeling from the effects of apartheid and the lessons of those dark times still haunt today.

It took over 230 years for America to elect a black person president, am talking about Barack Obama from Kenya. In my lifetime I have witnessed the first black American president and the first black South African president. That said it is in bad taste for protestors who believe Barack Obama is not doing enough to curb the problem of bad leadership and corruption in many African nations to use Pretoria hospital as the venue to pull Obama’s coat.

We Africans understand that bad leadership and corruption has plagued the leadership of the African continent for many decades after colonial rule. The historic occasion of Barack Obama spending maybe last private moments with Nelson Mandela should not be tainted by these protests. This is not the African way. It is a disrespect to the honor and legacy of Nelson Mandela, the people of South Africa, Africans, African Americans and President Barack Obama. – @OgbeniAyotunde