The rise and fall of "the greatest African"
In 1972, a casket was flown from Bucharest, Romania to Conakry Guinea. Boldly inscribed on the casket were the word; “THE GREATEST AFRICAN” and sleeping peacefully inside the casket was the mortal remains of the man who gave Africa her new face. This is a story of the rise and fall of “the greatest African” The 14th century AD saw the influx of Europeans into the continent of Africa. Despite the resistance by many Africans, the continent was soon subdued. Many Africans were either killed or captured