ofcourse hausa is a tribe and the language hausa people speaks is hausa languae aswell.. they are the most popular and honest people in Nigeria, and they live in the northern part of nigeria.
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The Hausa do not really interfere with the English. The English is a completely different culture and has very different beliefs than the English. The Hausa tribe is a very independent tribe and does not interfere with the English.
My middle name is Yohance, and it means "God's Gift".
Both the Yoruba and Hausa are West African tribes classified as Negroid. None of the peoples of Africa have any connection at all with native Americans, who are racially distinct but descended from the far distant ancestors of East Asian peoples.
the hausa are the largest ethinic group in nigeria almost all hausa are muslims
Yes but not for the whole of nigeria. For the most part each tribe has their own royal family in a way. I'm not sure about the hausa tribe in the north of Africa but the igbo and yoruba tribe have their own; and mostly within certain states within each tribe.
if you are refering the language called Hausa, it is the same in Hebrew as English: Hausa. It is spelled ×”××•×¡×”
Hausa is spoken in these 8 countries:BeninBurkina FasoCameroonGhanaNigerNigeriaSudanTogo
it wasn't just one tribe. the africans were of various cultural groups. There were Ashanti, Ewe, (Ghana)Wolof, Malinke,(Senegambia area) Yoruba, Ibo,(Nigeria) Balante, Kissi,(Guinea-Bissau) and many other groups like the Hausa and Fulani. Check out slaveryinamerica.org. hope that helps :-) what specific ports were the hausa and fulani people taken
Yes of course,when you trace back to origin of Bayajidda i.e Abu yazid,he cames with horse but due to those they setlers doesnt know Horse they called it with ''SA'' That is male cow bull.So to that extent we will know that Hausa people has a cow.
what is the origin of man in hausa myth
differences between Hausa and Yoruba
Hausa Folk-lore was created in 1913.
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Maje-El-Hajeej Hotoro has written: 'Shakka' -- subject(s): Texts, Hausa language, Hausa fiction 'Hannu-- da-- shuni' 'Sirri' -- subject(s): Texts, Hausa language, Hausa fiction 'Ummi' -- subject(s): Texts, Hausa language 'Gidan kashe ahu' -- subject(s): Texts, Hausa language 'Sirri' -- subject(s): Texts, Hausa language, Hausa fiction 'Hisabi' 'Babbar-Magana!' -- subject(s): Texts, Hausa language
The Hausa Community is a group of Hausa speaking Muslims from Northern Nigeria. The VOA is a broadcasting corporation. The Hausa community is very protective of their culture and social interactions.
no, the nigerians in the north, which is the hausa tribe are 95% Muslim and 5% christain. The yoruba tribe in the west of nigeria have a mix of both Muslim and christain but there are more christain yoruba's then Muslim. The edo and midwesteners are mostly christain and the igbo tribe in the east is 99% christain (catholic).
The meaning of oats in Hausa is "Atukulu". It refers to one the grains.
The Hausa people farm beans, millet, rice, and maize.
Adamu Aliyu Umar Dandago has written: 'Tutse--' -- subject(s): Texts, Hausa language, Hausa fiction 'Tutse--' -- subject(s): Texts, Hausa language, Hausa fiction
Hausa believes that marriage is a traditional of prophet muhammad (peace be upon him)
Sadiya Garba Yakasai has written: 'Wa ko kani?' -- subject(s): Texts, Hausa language, Hausa fiction 'Marayu ma 'ya'yane' -- subject(s): Texts, Hausa language 'Auren jari' -- subject(s): Texts, Hausa language, Hausa fiction