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A colonial buildings tour (in pictures)

Remember the LOST event I blogged about here? It was indeed an ultimate retro experience. I networked with amazing people and I was more particular about Chinyere, fresh yellow pawpaw (light skinned). Kelechi (our tour guide) showed up really late but it wasn’t a problem cause it gave my tour partner and I more time to survey the Old Prison ground (freedom park) before our LOST journey began. When Kelechi arrived, his fineness and brains made up for his lateness. The way Kelechi spoke about these buildings, you could see the passion in what he was doing, it was a beautiful experience.

He told us about the first female to be put in that prison Esther who killed her husband as revenge for squandering her money. Did I forget to mention fine ass Shaun who was to document? As we walked and tried to take pictures some people stopped us from taking pictures but we didn’t relent.

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The CMS Bookshop is 100years next year

 

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Kelechi and Shaun (right to left)

The cracked prison walls

The cracked prison walls

Afro Brazilian styled church building

Afro Brazilian styled church building

According to Kelechi, most of the buildings of colonial times were Afro Brazilian styled

Afro Brazilian styled

Afro Brazilian styled

Courtyards were a measure of wealth

Courtyards were a measure of wealth

The CSS bookshop

The CSS bookshop

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Christ Church Cathedral School

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CMS Bookshop

Center For Black And African Arts and Civiliazation (CBAAC)

Center For Black And African Arts and Civiliazation (CBAAC)

Afro Brazilian style

Afro Brazilian style

The Booklet (77)

The Booklet (77)

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Booklet

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The Booklet

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The Booklet

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The Booklet

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2 Responses
  • kelechianabaraonye
    October 11, 2016

    Thank you for this ! Really grateful 🙂 God’a blessings always. Glad you enjoyed every bit of it.

    • kuyetasham
      October 11, 2016

      You’re welcome. I’m looking forward to more. 🙂

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