Nigerian music superstar Burna Boy has lamented how African schools spend more time teaching about foreign values instead of teaching students significant things about the African culture.
The African Giant, during an interview shared on Instagram by @instablognaija, noted that African schools didn’t tell people about themselves but rather about the whites, the Queen of England, and other things that are not significant to them.
He spoke fondly about the African heritage but complained that Africans were made to believe that they were always slaves when the Europeans actually met them as kings.
He maintained that the move made an average African child believe that they have no power and are inferior to whites and demanded the truth of Africa’s history before slavery.
“This is not how it always was,” he said. “Some people came here and lied to you and took the crown off your head and told you that you were a slave. When really they came here and met you as a king.”
Watch the interview below:
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