On the flip side, this topic, no matter how inadvertently so, raises a very important question.
Let's be real for a minute. Many of our mouths in this day n time open up to say, "We used to be kings and queens, my bruvvah". Yet, when faced with the topic of monarchy as a possibility, we be like, "Are you serious?? Heck to da nawl!"
I guess the flip-side question takes us into looking deeper into the systems of monarchy that were common among many parts in the continent of Africa. What were the different ways in which this system worked for and/or against the people? The flip-side question also takes us into the question of how we can avoid romanticizing the past and/or present realities of our no less-loved Mama Africa.
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