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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Nigerian History

King Duke IX of Old Calabar (1895)





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    1. Men were seen as superior to women.

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  2. Peplum no be today fashion.

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  3. Lmaooo. See this oyinbo crown. Akwa Ibom people and dressing like Oyinbo. Even their trad is a ball gown with hair combs like 18th century women. It’s like they did not wear clothes before the coming of Europeans. Just like Niger Delta people that wear reverend father white cassock as traditional wear.

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    1. Geography really isn't your thing

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    2. Reading and comprehension I know is difficult. The caption clearly said Old CALABAR. Is Calabar in Akwa Ibom? If you read a bit of history you will see how the whites described the situation in which they found the natives.

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    3. Reading and comprehension I know is difficult. The caption clearly said Old CALABAR. Is Calabar in Akwa Ibom? If you read a bit of history you will see how the whites described the situation in which they found the natives.

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    1. both wife and daughter are standing

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    2. They were rarely married to one woman. This most likely was the eldest wife and her child.

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  5. That is The Original Peplum Top oo..

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  6. And the wife is dressed like a slave in America, why didn't the white people give her a lady's dress with the corset and all since she's a queen. White man ehnnn!

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  7. Na only the King the oyibos bring shoe for?
    The children no get shoes.

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    1. Hahahahahahahahahqhahqjhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahah 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  8. Heavy slave trader. The Dukes have slave trading in their history.

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  9. Who are the descendants of the King and where are they now.

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  10. Are they sure about the year, really doubt it.

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  11. Donald Duke is one of the descendants, former Minister of culture and Tourism- Edem Duke is also a descendant.

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