Man stop with such nonsense. R1b is not indigenous to Africa. It arose in Eurasia, it is a sibling of R1a. R1a and R1b arose/split from their parent clade R1 fairly nearly the same time in Eurasia. If R1b was indigenous to Africa then you'd also have R1a in Africa too since it's a sibling clade of R1b but you don't cause R1b is not indigenous to Africa. It was brought into Africa by Eurasians. In Eurasia where we find the oldest and most diverse lineages and where R1b is dominant to this day in populations you also have R1a. This is not the case with Africa where R1b Linages are very young not as diverse, is very uncommon and only found at low % among North Africans and Cameroon cause R1b was introducted into Africa by<quoted text>
You forget that the colonists BASTARDs STOLL AA ancestors from OPHIR (Africa). If if you check out the haplogroups of Cameroon, Nigeria, Senegal, Gambia, central, south, east, and northern OPHIR (Africa, you'll find R1b's. It's indigionous!
"R1b is a sub-clade within the much larger Eurasian MNOPS "macro-haplogroup", which is one of the predominant groupings of all the rest of human male lines outside of Africa, and this whole group, along indeed with all of macro-haplogroup F, originated in Asia.
The point of origin of R1b is in Eurasia. T. Karafet et al. estimated the age of R1, the parent of R1b, as 18,500 years before present."