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Ibo In Jamaica

18 Jan 2018
Wah gwaan bredrin, everyting ire?  Ever heard the word “red ibo” in Jamaica? Your suspicion is true, “red ibo” was used to refer to the Igbo slaves in Jamaica because of their light skin. Jamaica witnessed the influx of the Igbo race between 1790 and 1809 during the transatlantic slave trade. The modern Igbo race dwelt in the…


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