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Still on handshake across the Benue

Blood on the Benue as we all see today must cease if we go through a highly spiritual process to pacify the souls of innocent Nigerians slaughtered in the second  half of 1966.The Middle Belt and the former Eastern region need to come together for good.

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Searching for first Nigerian professor

Edward Wilmot Blyden was born in 1832 to Igbo parents who were enslaved and sold to the new world. His place of birth, St. Thomas[now US Virgin Islands] did not stop him from holding on to his African roots. He relocated to Liberia, lived in Nigeria as one of the founders of Archbishop Vining Church, Ikeja and died in Sierra Leone on  December 12, 1912.

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