#Black Panther: Popular Gay Right Activist Bisi Alimi Relates The fictional ‘Wakanda’ Nation To The Ancient Benin Kingdom

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The month of February is Black History Month, a period set aside to remember and celebrate important people and events in the history of the African diaspora. So it made sense when Marvel Studios decided to release the Black Panther movie in the month of Februrary.

The movie premiered in Nigeria on the 17th of February and everyone is talking about it.

Popular gay right activist Ashiwaju Bisi Alimi has taken social media to share his idea on the movie. Bisi also relates the fictional Wakanda to the ancient Benin Kingdom.

See his illustration below


source: Thenetng

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