Adekeye Adebajo’s most recent column came across as a plug for his new, 38-chapter book (“Prophets, poets and philosophers of the pan-African pantheon (”, November 29).

He argues that pan-Africanism was a reaction to the European plagues of slavery and colonialism when, among other atrocities, between 12-million and 15-million Africans were forcibly transported to the Caribbean and Americas...

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