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Author:Balogun Ojetade (ed) [Ojetade, Balogun]

Language: eng

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ISBN: 9780991407347

Publisher: Roaring Lions Productions

Published: 2015-12-15T00:00:00+00:00

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Seven

The dungeon was very difficult to clean. The blood and tears of the many Africans held there had merged with the structure.

The white slavers’ bodies burned in a pile just outside the dungeon.

 

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Rococoa by Balogun Ojetade (ed)

Author:Balogun Ojetade (ed) [Ojetade, Balogun] , Date: June 12, 2019

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Author:Balogun Ojetade (ed) [Ojetade, Balogun]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9780991407347

Publisher: Roaring Lions Productions

Published: 2015-12-15T00:00:00+00:00
Seven

The dungeon was very difficult to clean. The blood and tears of the many Africans held there had merged with the structure.

The white slavers’ bodies burned in a pile just outside the dungeon.

Ijeoma and Black Caesar sat atop two hand-carved wooden stools. They were surrounded by Kwame, William, Adams and the entire village.

In the center stood Nana Asantewaa and another woman, Iya Aduni, the village’s spiritual leader – originally from Yorubaland. Iya Aduni dusted both of their heads with white powder.

“Ashe!” Aduni said.

“Ashe!” repeated the audience.

On the left side were drummers and dancers, and across from them were the village children. Ijeoma’s mother and sister were led into the circle by men dressed for war. They sat across from Ijeoma and Black Caesar.

“You have displayed nobility to our people,” said Nana Asantewaa. “From this day forward you will be appointed my representatives. This Enstoolment will grant you entry into our places in the here, now and ever-after.”

Nana Asantewaa stretched out her hand to Black Caesar. He nodded respectfully. “You, Black Caesar are truly the warrior of our distant tribe. The story of your life is divine prophecy.” She turned her head toward Coconut sitting next to the drummers. “And your cook Coconut is skilled with a knife in all of its uses.” Coconut offered a wide smile back and nodded his head.

“Sister Ijeoma, you possess fearless leadership. Recent events in your life were no accident.”

Everyone cheered and the drummers played louder. The dancers danced a circle around Ijeoma and Black Caesar. And the men dressed in battle garb, lifted them in the air.

They were carried to the shore, followed by a parade of villagers, to the capacious slave-ship that Ijeoma thought would be her tomb, but later became the place she would become a leader.

Iya Aduni threw dust on the ship and turned to the spectators. “Ashe!”

“Ashe!” the crowd repeated.

Nana Asantewaa stood between the crowd and the ship. She turned to face the ship. “Let this vessel be used to carry our warriors to this war in the Caribbean. Let this ship’s cannons blow holes in all ships that stand in its way. Let this ship’s hull protect our warriors from all who seek to destroy it.”

Ijeoma stepped forward and stood next to Nana Asantewaa.

“Ijeoma what name to you give this ship?” Nana Mother asked.

“It will be called The Black Star. Night without stars strike fear in the hearts of those whom we fight. So I will use this ship to do the same.”

“Who here will assist our new sister in her efforts to make war at sea?”

Kwame stepped forward. “I will.”

“And what is it that you will make your worth?” Nana Asantewaa walked in front of the strong, young man.

“I will protect her from harm at the cost of my life.”

Iya Aduni flicked powder over his face.

“Ashe!” Iya Aduni said.

“Ashe!” repeated the audience.

“Are there others who will aid?”

Adams and William stepped forward.

“You have both displayed your commitment. I expect you to help make Ijeoma’s efforts come to fruition. Use

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