THE CHAPEL OF REASON

THE LIES OF MARY SLESSOR

THE LIES OF MARY SLESSOR

Onyeka Nwelue is a research fellow at Ohio University, a visiting Assistant Professor at Manipur University as well as a Visiting lecturer in the University of Hong Kong. He studied at Prague Film School and Sociology/Anthropology at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He writes about the story of twins using Igbo ontology, and speaks of the rescue of Mary Slessor as a historical lie.

CAUSALITY IN AFRICAN ONTOLOGY: THE NEED TO INTERROGATE BOTH “NEGATIVE” AND “POSITIVE” EVENTS COLLECTIVELY

CAUSALITY IN AFRICAN ONTOLOGY: THE NEED TO INTERROGATE BOTH “NEGATIVE” AND “POSITIVE” EVENTS COLLECTIVELY

Africans are not generally interested in what happened to Mr A or Mrs B, but why it happened – the fact that typical Africans have no problem with a tree falling on the ground, but why it falls on a particular man and not any other man, did not take Richard A. Ugbe time to unravel. Richard in no wise presents to us this irony about Causation in Africa. He is a graduate of philosophy and holds a Masters in Political Science and Diplomacy from the Veritas University, Abuja.

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