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Nupe and their neighbours from the 14th century

Saidu Ibrahim

Nupe and their neighbours from the 14th century

by Saidu Ibrahim

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Published by Heinemann Educational Books in Ibadan .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bida (Nigeria)
    • Subjects:
    • Nupe (African people) -- History.,
    • Bida (Nigeria) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementSaidu Ibrahim.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT515.45.N86 I27 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 152 p. :
      Number of Pages152
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1492979M
      ISBN 109781294418
      LC Control Number93166496

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Get this from a library. The Nupe and their neighbours from the 14th century. [Saidu Ibrahim]. History. The Nupe trace their origin to Tsoede who fled the court of Idah and established a loose confederation of towns along the Niger in the 15th century.

The proximity of Nupe to the Yoruba Igbomina people in the south and to the Yoruba Oyo people in the southwest led to cross-fertilization of cultural influences through trade and conflicts over the centuries.

The name Ndayako in Nupe kingdom of Bida serve as synonymous with royalties, with more than 20 houses in Bida, it is popular name known across the country, the family history came across during the Etsu Muhammadu Ndayako known as Baba Kudu, reigning for 27 years from toand Nupe and their neighbours from the 14th century book the third Etsu Nupe son and grandson of Malam Dendo.

Forde, D. () The Nupe. 17–52 in Peoples of the Niger-Benue Confluence. IAI, London. Ibrahim, Saidu The Nupe and their neighbours from the 14th century. Ibadan: Heinemann Educational books. Madugu, George I. () The a construction in Nupe: Perfective, Stative, Causative or.

Forde, D. () The Nupe. 17–52 in Peoples of the Niger-Benue Confluence. IAI, London. Ibrahim, Saidu The Nupe and their neighbours from the 14th century. Ibadan: Heinemann Educational books. Madugu, I.G. [as George I.] () The a construction in.

Ibrahim, Saidu The Nupe and their neighbours from the 14th century. Ibadan: Heinemann Educational books. Madugu, I.G. [as George I.] () The a construction in Nupe: Perfective, Stative, Causative or Instrumental.

In Kim C-W. & Stahlke H. Papers in African Linguistics, I’ pp. 81– Linguistic Research Institute, Champaign. The Nupe people have various traditions. Much of their culture was diluted by the Usman Dan Fodio jihad of the 19th century, but they still hold on to some of their culture which is very similar to that of ancient Nupe people often have tribal scars on their faces (similar to an old Yoruba tradition), some to identify their prestige and the family of which they belong as well as for.

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Oyo had grown into a formidable inland power by the end of the 14th century. For over a century, the Yoruba state had expanded at the expense of its neighbors. During the reign of Onigbogi, Oyo suffered military defeats at the hands of the Nupe led by Tsoede.

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