Olaudah Equiano

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Olaudah Equiano
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Born c. 1745
Essaka, Benin Empire
Died 31 March 1797 (1797-04-01) (aged 52)[1]
London UK
Other names Gustav, Graves
Ethnicity Igbo
Occupation Slave, Explorer, Writer, seaman
Known for Influence over British lawmakers to abolish the slave trade; autobiography
Spouse(s) Susannah Cullen
Children Joanna Vassa and Anna Maria Vassa

Olaudah Equiano[2](c. 1745 – 31 March 1797),[1] je omo Igbo to je kiko leru ni orundun 18jo.


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  1. 1.0 1.1 "Olaudah Equiano (c.1745 - 1797)". BBC. 31 Oct 2006. http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/equiano_olaudah.shtml. "Equiano was an African writer whose experiences as a slave prompted him to become involved in the British abolition movement." 
  2. (Olauda Ikwuano correct spelling of name by modern standards) http://emeagwali.com/letters/dear-professor-emeagwali-onye-igbo-ka-nbu.htm