The King Of Almammy

The King of Almammy was a Senegalese leader who opposed the “slave trade” in 1787. He informed the Europoids that if any “slave trader” came through his country or even any captive traveled through his country to be enslaved, he would war with the Europoids.

Because the King of Almammy was preparing for war at the sea with the French, the French paid Arab muslims in Mauritania to attack his Kingdom on land from behind. His kingdom was unfortunately defeated, however, his shining example of Afrikan morality in the face of evil lives forever.

Via IFA: Yoruba Scientific Spirituality

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