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(Video) People Claiming to be so Afrikan who Choose Anti-Afrikan Mates

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In this latest video, His Imperial Majesty Axosu Àgèlògbàgàn Azàsinkpontín Jisovi Agbovi I tackles the problematic issue of relationship choices. The question is posed: why do so many people claiming to be nationalists/Maroons/practitioners of Afrikan spiritual traditions often end up with black people who are NOT either? Is this hypocrisy and if so does it need to be addressed? Why does nobody speak about this pink elephant in the room?

N'ko-Fongbe-English Demonstration: We not Only have Our Own African Languages but also Our Own African Writing Scripts

Yes, We not Only have Our Own African Languages but also Our Own African Writing Scripts!For not familiar or new to the sight, the writing script we use is called N'ko. It was created in 1949 by Afrikan linguistic scholar Soloman Kante. He originally created it so that the Maninka speaking Mande people could write in [...]

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Abdul Ibrihima: From Being Slave Raider to Being Slave

Abdul Ibrihima: The Enslaved Slave RaidingThe story of Abdul Rahahman Ibrihima is another example out of many of Africans who were slave raiders in Africa who ended up being enslaved.Ibrihima was a Fulani prince from Timbo (in what is now Guineau) whose father was a staunch jihadist king named Maudo. In 1788, his father sent him on a mission with 2000 [...]

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(Video) The African American DNA Testing Dilemma: Regaining Your Identity Through the Ones Who Distorted It

In this video, His Imperial Majesty Axosu Àgèlògbàgàn Jisovi Agbovi I poses an interesting dilemma for the New Afrikan: the fact that people are trying to reclaim their identity through the DNA tests created by the very people who created the identity crisis of the New Afrikan in the first place.Also, related- check out our [...]

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The Celebration of His Imperial Majesty's 8th Year as the First Axosu (Aja-Fon King ) Outside of Mawufe (Afrika)

Crown Day at GanlodoToday marks the 8th year of the crown of HIM Axosu Àgèlògbàgàn Jisovi Agbovi I and the beginning of the ninth year of the era of the restoration of order and culture in Afrikan traditions. Thus, this is day 1, year 9 of the era of cultural and order restoration. This [...]

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Today the Official Calendar of the Ganlodo Monarchy Celebrates the Haitian Liberation Uprising and Nat Turner's Rebellion

On this day, 227 years ago in Ayiti (Haiti),the great Ayiti Liberation and Sovereignty Uprising occurred on August 21, 1791. This liberation and sovereignty uprising led on to the creation of an independent New Afrikan nation in 1804. The Afrikans of Ayiti struck so much fear in the hearts of their white former masters [...]

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(Video Series) Afrikan Culture Clarification Video Series - His Imperial Majesty Axosu Àgèlògbàgàn Jisovi Agbovi of Ganlodo Monarchy Speaks

(Video) Afrikan Culture Clarification Video Series - His Imperial Majesty Axosu Àgèlògbàgàn Jisovi Agbovi of Ganlodo Monarchy Speaks This series of videos will be based on clarifying and exposing vital aspects of culture that are essential to nation building. These are the first of several to come.  Video 1 - The Proper and Improper Use of Afrikan [...]

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(Video) Truth about the Dahomean Warrior Women, Afrikan Captivity and the Power of Àjẹ́ - ߡߌߣߐ

With the popularity of the Black Panther movie, and the depiction if the Dora Milaje female warriors has come a surge in interest of Afrikan culture, and particularly what people often misnomer as the Dahomean Amazons or Dahomean Warrior Women. In this video, His Majesty Axosu Agelogbagan Azàsinkpontín Jisovì Agbovì I speaks to the use of ߊ߬ߗߍ [...]

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(Video) His Imperial Majesty Axosu Àgèlògbàgàn Agbovi Speaks on His Installment of New Chief for the Maroon Monarchy of Ganlodo

In this video, Axosu (King) Àgèlògbàgàn Agbovi details the meritorious reasons why he installed Gan (chief) Zawesomi Syenhwe as the Azacotogan (right hand of the King ,protector of the crown ). On this 10th day of the month of Di, in the year 6259 (June 29, 2018), we wish to publicly acknowledge that the kilombo (maroon) [...]

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(Video ) How Far Do We Go in ReAfrikanization

There are many who claim to be part of the ReAfrikanization process, yet they pick and choose certain parts and leave others to the side. In this video, His Imperial Majesty, the Axosu, Agelogbagan Agbovi tackles the issue of defining ReAfrikanization - what it is and isn't and our need to ReAfrikanize in depth. Part 1Part [...]

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