Darwinists Claim Niger-Congo Languages Evolved There Yet Widespread Bantu Tribes Say They Came Down to South

Clinging to their wish that humans evolved from monkeys in the steamy jungles of central Africa, the darwinists say the Niger-Congo language speakers evolved there, but many of the Bantu tribes speaking “Niger-Congo” say that long ago they had come down from the north, from the land of Ham’s son Kush, when the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c., verdant North Africa turned to desert, the Sahara.