Ota Benga's story exposes the ills of racism, white supremacy and the inhumane abilities of humans in privileged positions.

Sarah Baartman was an African woman whose prominent feminine features subjected her to a life of harassment, slavery and objectification in Europe.

The assassination of President William McKinley took place at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York, on September 6, 1901.

On June 6, 2018, Buhari declared that Nigeria’s Democracy Day would be celebrated as a national holiday every year on June 12 instead of May 29.

The assassination of Martin Luther King on April 4, 1968, had a profound impact on the civil rights movement, the United States and the world.

Obafemi Awolowo rose to become the first Premier of the Western Region of Nigeria and the leader of the Action Group Party in the First Republic.

Malcolm X was one of the most prophetic revolutionary voices of the 20th century who was assassinated on February 21, 1965. He was just 39.

On January 30, 1649, King Charles I of England was executed. It was an unprecedented trial and killing of a sovereign. It was a regicide.

In April 1963, Emir Muhammadu Sanusi of Kano flouted the First Law of Power and was deposed by the Sardauna of Sokoto, Sir Ahmadu Bello...

In December 2001, Argentina, a country in South America, had five presidents in just 12 days.

The Super Eagles made its debut at the 1994 edition of the World Cup. Since its debut, the team has only failed to qualify for the tournament twice.

The Nigerian Football Team was not known as the Super Eagles from its inception in 1949. The football team was known as the...Green Eagles.

The assassination of President John F. Kennedy of the United States of America took place in Dallas, Texas‎, on November 22, 1963.

Popularly known as "Zik" or "The Great Zik of Africa", Nnamdi Azikiwe was Nigeria’s first president at the beginning of the First Republic in 1963.

Did you know the total number of years the British spent in Nigeria as colonial masters? 99 straight years. Then, it was not officially known as Nigeria.

Fidel Castro supported Third World struggles in many areas, especially in the battle against apartheid and decolonisation in Africa...

Within 200 years, Native Americans lost their land, their history, their language, and their culture. It is the least discussed genocide in history.

Nigeria’s Third Republic, which began as a transition programme in 1992, was eventually buried by General Sani Abacha on November 17, 1993.

Nigeria's Second Republic, which fell on December 31, 1983, has been described as being ‘prebendal’. Shehu Shagari ruled as executive president.

Nigeria’s First Republic lasted for less than three years until it fell on January 15, 1966, after the country’s first military coup.

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