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This paper re-examines the place of the ancestors in post-modern Africa societies. It critically analyses the ontological status of the 'living-dead' in pre-colonial Africa society. This is predicated on the incursions/advent of proselytizing religions, nay Christianity and Islam and the force and pace of globalization. It is the contention of this paper that since these religions cum globalization have a lot of converts in Africa, little or no regard is now been paid to the ancestors. This isdoi:10.4314/ujah.v19i1.2 fatcat:agyphwxbibh3vnxz5ells6yf6q