The Man Whose Life Was Taken Because He Rebelled Against The Dutch

His head was preserved in a jar for many years

A sketch of Badu Bonsu; Source: Wikipedia

BBadu Bonsu II was a Ghanaian king who led the Ahanta tribe. He was executed in 1838 by the Dutch who were formerly in control of the Dutch Gold Coast at that time. After his death, the late chief’s head was severed from his body and shipped to a medical centre in the…

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Yewande Ade

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