The 8000-year-old dugout canoe from Dufuna (NE Nigeria)

PETER BREUNIG The 8000-year-old dugout canoe from Dufuna (NE Nigeria) is an artcle by Peter Breunig from “Papers from the 10th Congress of the Pan-African Association for Prehistory and Related Studies.” Aspects of African Archaeology: Papers from the 10th Congress of the Pan-African Association for Prehistory and Related Studies edited by Gilbert Pwiti and Robert…… Continue reading The 8000-year-old dugout canoe from Dufuna (NE Nigeria)

10 things about Nigeria Everyone Must Know

One thing we learned a long time ago…nothing lives up to its reputation. Nigeria has a bad reputation, like most places in Africa, and we don’t think that is deserved or natural. Here is a list of 10 things we have to show Nigeria is a much different place than people expect. A surprise awaits…… Continue reading 10 things about Nigeria Everyone Must Know

Keyamsha the Awakening and Mchakato Wa Uponyaji, The Process of Healing

As The Maafa is coming to an end Keyamsha, the Awakening is beginning. The Maafa is ending because we have begun Mchakato wa Uponyaji, the process of healing. Kiamsha events have been leading to the gradual process of reawakening. We are coming to a full awareness of our ubuNTU. We see our humanity in others.…… Continue reading Keyamsha the Awakening and Mchakato Wa Uponyaji, The Process of Healing

Nigeria’s 8,000 year-old boat

When Mallam Ya’u, a Fulani cattle herder in Dufuna, Nigeria began digging a well on May 4, 1987 little did he know that before he reached the depth necessary to draw water, he would find something of far greater significance. Because of him Nigeria’s 8,000 year-old boat was brought to the surface. The 8,000 year…… Continue reading Nigeria’s 8,000 year-old boat

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