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What is the former name of Benin?

Before it was known as Benin, the country was known as Dahomey.  From 1600-1900, the region was known as the Kingdom of  Dahomey, which the French dissolved in 1900. After i (MORE)

What do the colors of the Benin flag represent?

The Benin flag consists of a green vertical stripe on the left side and a yellow horizontal stripe on top of a red horizontal stripe on the right side of the flag. The yellow (MORE)

Who is the Prime Minister of Benin?

No one. The post of Prime Minister of Benin was abolished on 1998 May 14, after the resignation of the last Prime Minister of Benin, Adrien Houngbédji.
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What do benin people in eat?

Beninese people eat a variety of foods depending on the region they  live in. Many of them eat tropical fruits, fish, beef, manioc,  corn, pumpkin seeds, tomatoes, peanuts, (MORE)

What happened in the story of the benin head?

the nigerians had a benin head for each leader that had passed away and the british wanted it. the british used to trade with the oba. the oba was in the middle of the festiva (MORE)

How did the African city of Benin end?

  The city of benin ended by the british coming to invade unless they trade what they offered but they refused. So the soldiers took all the bronzes out of the palace and (MORE)
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How do you use benin in a sentence?

Benin is a country in Africa. An example of this noun used in a  sentence would be, "Taylor enjoyed his trip to Benin, but he had to  check his suitcase full of exotic fruit (MORE)

Who was Prince Osamwonyi in Benin Kingdom?

Prince Osamwonyi (1857-1977) was the son of Oba Adolo (King Adolo) who ruled the Benin Empire from 1848 to 1888. Oba means King. Three of Oba Adolo's children were Prince Ovon (MORE)