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9 Oct
The Queen’s passing undoubtedly had a colonial undertone for some regions of the world, particularly in Africa, where her influence still loomed large. As Nigeria celebrates its 62nd independence from British rule this month, memories of slavery and colonialism are bound to fill the minds and hearts of Nigerians and many Africans alike. Here we…
5 Oct
Stone town situated on the island of Zanzibar, is off the coast of Unguja on the west. It is a historic location in Zanzibar. This well-known town has been there since the 19th century, and it is famous for its architecture. The oldest section of Zanzibar island is commonly known as Mji Mkongwe. Stone Town…

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