What You Must Learn From History Working For Black African’s Freedom And Development

* Malcolm X was killed by a black man

* Lucky Dube was killed by a Black man

* Marcus Garbey was killed by a Blackman

* Ovonramen Nogbaisi was betrayed by a palace chief

* Kwame Nkrumah was humiliated and killed by his people

* Patrick lumumber was humiliated and killed by his people

* Saro Giwa was trialed and killed in Nigeria.

*Gandhi was shot and killed by same people he was fighting for.

* Gadaffi was humiliated and killed by his people

* Tupac was killed by fellow blackman.


Yes I know CIA, FBI and European intelligencia is and was involve but what they always use and mostly use for finishing a blackman is a black man.

Through out Black history, its obvious what house negros did to their fellow field Negros working for their collective freedom.


The missionaries came educated some black men and women and indoctrinated them with their religion and culture, later till date it is the blackman and woman now mentally enslaving and exploiting their own people.


During transatlantic slave trade across west Africa, many ethnias were use agaisnt the other to capture their fellow blackmen and women for sales and others force to shipment.

Go check the statistics of Black on black crime in the US.

Go check on cult war in Edo state, even among Edo people agaisnt their own people.


So, when one is giving his life, money, time, knowledge and intelligence to voluntarily working and saving his (black) people, he or she should be conscious of these historic facts, be wise as a serpent and harmless as a dove.


In all, no matter what, “A good name is better than riches” because your legacy will leave after you and the only thing that will keep you alife on earth after death is your legacy and impact in others and society.


Well, The future belongs to those that believe in the beauty of their dreams.


Life must go on…


Uwagboe Ogieva.

Secretary of GBO


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