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In the seventies, as signs of decay began to show in the capitalist experiment of the newly independent African countries, a "bard of the misrule" emerged on the streets of Lagos. Often shirtless and armed with his trademark saxophone, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti tore his way into popular culture with Afrobeat music.
Was Goodluck Jonathan weak and clueless as his traducers have claimed? Or – as his supporters have alleged – was he just a victim of vicious conspiracies by an entitled cabal that would stop at nothing to bring down this ‘intruder’ to power?
Beyond the confines of the African continent, Yoruba civilisation has played a very significant role in the expansion and establishment of Black Africa’s presence. This book draws our attention to the palpable influence of Yoruba religion, philosophy, politics, economics, dress and fashion, food, music, literature, visual, verbal and performing arts in...