It’s all about changing those perceptions that have been ‘fed’ to us. Read more and you’ll know what I mean! 🙂
When? – Saturday 10 May 11am-5.15pm
What? – Film: Naij, A History of Nigeria plus Q & A with Jide Olanrewaju
Where? – Museum in Docklands,
West India Quay (Docklands Light Railway)
Cost? – Free entry: first come,first served
Corruption, Mismanagement, Fraud,War are the stereotypical views of Nigeria and indeed Africa as a whole.
This block-busting film explodes the mis-education and stereotypes and puts the country we now call Nigeria into context.
This is the best film on African history and politics you will see this year. If you’ve ever asked yourself “why is Africa the way it is?” the answers are here. Trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcRAWvKvaqM
* How the British fixed the elections
* “Nigeria” does not exist
* How Europeans encouraged civil war
* The Role and Rise of the Army
* The City of London = Corruption Head Office
* Creating poverty as a means of control