80-90% of sub-Saharan Africa’s cultural heritage is held outside Africa. Only when it is returned will we be able revisit and re-engage with important aspects of our history and culture, says Onyekachi Wambu
The remains of thousands of Africans are held in Western museums. Onyekachi Wambu outlines the issues involved in returning them to their countries and communities of origin
A complex combination of internal and external perceptions and beliefs has led to the devaluing of Black African lives, says Onyekachi Wambu
We should be careful not to fall into the US-led trap of condemning China without due care and attention, says Onyekachi Wambu
The pressure to return looted African artefacts to the homeland is growing, but for Onyekachi Wambu the question remains, what is their true value to modern Africa?
The number of conflicts on the continent shows that Africa continues to be overwhelmed by what Sigmund Freud called the “narcissism of small differences”. The …