ST. SIMONS ISLAND

ST. SIMONS ISLAND

At Ebo’s Landing, during St. Simons Island’s plantation era, where slaves were once brought ashore along Dunbar Creek, the leader of the Nigerian Igbos tribe led his people into the waters of the creek rather than submit to slavery, and if you listen carefully, you can still hear the slaves singing their song of freedom; “Orimiri Omambala bu anyi bia. Orimiri Omambala ka anyi ga ejina.”

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  1. For me going home for the Igbos is the realization of God’s promise of establishing Jacob’s Kingdom which is replete in the scriptures. Y’all need to read Deutoeronomy 28 from verse 15 to the end; pay particular attention from verse 64 – 68. in verse 68 the meaning of the word “Egypt” in strong’s concordance is “Slavery” by way of ships. Did you get that!!!? We need to wake up my people and the Most High is about the visit Babylon with plagues worst than Egypt.
    Hit me up for more information if you want to learn.
    Shalom!
    Nnaji

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