Some Nigerian tour operators became emotional during their visit
to the Cape Coast Slave Castle museum at the Central Region of Ghana.
Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Cape Coast, Ghana, during a farmiliarisation tour of
the central region of that country.
slated for June 28 to June 29 in Accra, Ghana with the theme: “Seamless Travel
in West Africa”.
in partnership with Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) and would be a gathering of
tourism and travel players in Africa like: Togo, Uganda, South Africa, and
became very real to them having seen the shambles used in chaining the slaves
and their male and female prisons.
enable people across the globe to live in peace and unity and curb all forms of
wickedness exhibited towards fellow human beings.
forms of armed banditry, robbery, terrorism, kidnappings, insurgencies and
promote peaceful co-existence as the world had become a global village.
Tours, said the visit was an eye opener to the details of the slave history
that existed in Ghana and how they gained independence.
conspiracies that existed between the slave masters and indigenes against
fellow indigenes was explained.
the root of the Ghanaian independence.
significance of history and the need to relate like brothers and sisters,” she
who had visited the Benin Republic slave museum sometime in the past, said that
could not be compared to the slave museum in Ghana as it appeared more real.
world leaders to reflect on the experiences of Africans during slave trade and
ensure everyone is united regardless of the race, religion and all.
after the abolition of slave trade; I want world leaders to chat a new course
for the world and ensure people live with the consciousness that we are all
brothers and sisters.
were made to sleep in a small room without windows and the women maltreated for
denying the colonial masters sex.
against fellow humans,” she said.
Appeal, said it was disheartening to know that slavery still exists among
humans in spite of the damages it had done to humans in the past.
subjected to before winning visa lottery was another form of slavery adopted by
the western world.
history is kept; I believe we deserve apologies from countries that colonised
the African nations because they really pulled us backward.
enslaving the blacks.
but we have been brainwashed to believe that we are nothing which is a lie but
their gimmick to make us lose confidence in ourselves.
where they worship on the same building where the blacks were imprisoned and
dealt with, this shows how heartless they were.
traditional priest in the castle rather than maintaining their church and to
maintain African religion,” she said.
their leisure in the western countries as Africa had all it takes to fascinate
colonisation to hold slaves before they were loaded into ships and sold to the
Americans, especially to the Caribbeans.