What happened to Alfred Bannerman of Ghana, Dicks, Mohammad and Nebiat from 1956 debate?

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(Re-edited) What happened to Alfred Bannerman of the Gold Coast (Ghana), Dicks Loubser of South Africa, Mohammad Amine Liman of Nigeria and Nebiat Tefari of Ethipia, who discussed prejudice in 1956? Where are they now, in 2021? Watch this video to find out.
0:00 Intro
1:20 Mohammad
2:35 Nebiat
4:21 Dicks
5:35 Alfred

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Ghanaians always representing hard for Africa. Indeed it's in our blood. Long live Mr. Alfred Bannerman

Author — wAtcHtoWEr

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Just looking at all these old videos and they got me thinking about Ghana. This country is seriously special and has a huge role to play on the entire continent. The youth of this country should learn from the past and try to understand their special role in the liberation of Africa.

Author — Benjamin Amoah

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This shows how much kids are influenced by actions of adults. They mostly get this views from the type of education they are given. With that being said big ups to the Ghanaian, he was brilliant, even called America out and in the long run stayed in the country to pursue a career.

Author — black human

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This was one of the best debates shown. I wished I could have done this I would have loved to represent the US in such a debate. But I was born in 1985 13 years to late

Author — Kaleah Collins

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Am loving Ghana more and more, in all of these debates Ghanaians represented Africa very well

Author — Mr default

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Happy Belated Birthday Dr. Bannerman! Someone needs to make a social media page for him so we can send our wishes

Author — Veronica Haney

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Ghanaians have been on top of their game since time immemorial 👏👏👏👏 🇬🇭 🇬🇭 🇬🇭

Author — mike marcus

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Alfred is on another level of intelligence, long live legend!!

Author — Biya Damat

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Alfred needs to be protected at all cost national treasure

Author — NotsoGamer

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Alfred is a national treasure and I wish there could be ways for him to teach we who are thirsty for stories of our past. Respect ✊ king.

Author — Beno bil

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The Nigerian boy was just being consistent with what Islam teaches.
The Ethiopian guy was inconsistent with his Christianity.
Dic was simply representing the apartheid regime of SA.. he was just pouring forth propaganda.
Alfred was interesting. He's a typically being the assertive coastal boy who knows his stuff and is learning to be open to other cultures.

Author — FORMS AB

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Alfred stood up for Ghana and the entire Africa

Author — Xkimo Oseikrom

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"It is monkeys who eat bananas, which you really like in France" 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Author — Huffnagel Huffnagel

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WOW 👏👏for Ghanaian brother from Ethiopia🇪🇹

Author — ME 😻

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I am a Nigerian from Southern Nigeria. And I find the comments of Liman ( the northern Nigeria Muslim with tribal marks ) very appalling and irritating. Till date we hope thime amalgamation of 1914 can be reversed so both nations of Southern and Northern Nigeria can both go their separate ways and live their separate lives.

Author — Mazi Ochendu

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Love this old videos show more of it ❤👍🇬🇭

Author — Zero

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The Ghanaian guy's reaction at 3:33 is so funny

Author — Anne Wambugu

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I can only imagine that with Nigeria's independence looming four years later, the British were already grooming the Hausa's to take over senior positions in the Civil Service, Military and Political Elite, which is why they sent this Sambisa forest resident, Boko Haram ancestor, cattle herder-rustler, Musa de Gateman, sorry excuse of a representative...."we can have up to 100 concubines." THAT'S the point he thought he should make on an international stage? Ghana's Bannerman was on fire...."It is monkeys who eat bananas....which I mean, you really like in France." And he let my Hebrew Coptic Arab know he was "lost." #Roasted!!😳😂😜

Author — photo3op

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We want more! We want more! We want more! We want more!

Author — Radikeleko Tladi

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Ghanaian brother is Representing Africa

Author — Morena Blight Hlatshwayo