Remembering the Baobab by Michael C. Mbabuike

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Michael C. Mbabuike
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Remembering The Baobab is a straight forward story of the great past of the African continent, its legacies, its enormous richesand the fate dealt to it by history as the author michael c. mbabuike narrated it to his children so many times.The story traces the lofty and enviable African civilizations through the most recent arrival of the Europeans and the Arabs which culminated in the Trans-Atlantic Slavery in the new world.The author laid special emphasis on the colonization of the African continent which was and still is a subtle continuation of slavery. Remembering the Baobab is a must historical account deemed very necessary for all the offsprings of the African Diaspora. It is also a reminder reading for adults who may have forgotten or lukewarm about their ancestral origins. The symbol of the Baobab tree as one of the longest living giant trees of Africa is most appropriate in the story. It was the last tree of Africa that enchained slaves saw before they were hudled into the Goree cave from where they were marched by force into the bellies of slave ships never for these unfortunate Africans to ever see again the African sun . It is hoped that when these slaves or their offsprings return finally to their ancestral land they will once again cast their eyes on that Baobab tree at the tip of Dakar , Senegal, West Africa.This is a children's story par ex


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