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Ted

Born Again Whiteman,
It's a brilliant idea to think of tracing your ancestry, especially as science has made it very possible and easier today. That will solve some of those problems confronting victims and make life comfortable for the future; which is the core of human existence... to look for solutions to problems and not letting them lie.

Kappa

No matter where you are,as long as you are black you are an African.Tribe doesn't matter at this point.All these genetic traces are flawed,anyway.

eyallow

Before the white man came and drew straight lines across Africa, it was one big country and its little tribes that made up one functioning body of people, with their beliefs, culture and civilization. Now some of us are now forced to go tracing their ancentry because we were bundled away and enslaved.

My notion of oneness is the identity that speaks for itself. Beyounce can be claimed to be Bamilike, ske can be proclaimed to be bafut, but all that matters is that she and Obama are our people!

If the African continent were to identify simple as one based on their race as the black Americans are, I believe a lot of the corruptions, tribalism and nepotism that is choking and debilitating our advancement will be stifled....Simple stay the pan africanist you are...that makes utter sense to me than just being a beti who gives favours only to other betis!

UnitedstatesofAfrica

Great article, I'm just somewhat curious about why it is entitled "born again whiteman".

I love and respect Rosaline Jua, love, love, love that woman. Smart,intelligent, beautiful and a wealth of knowledge.

Have a good weekend

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