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Peoples of the plateau area of Northern Nigeria.

H. D. Gunn

Peoples of the plateau area of Northern Nigeria.

by H. D. Gunn

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Published by International African Institute in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethnology -- Nigeria

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEthnographic survey of Africa -- pt. 7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination110 p.
    Number of Pages110
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13575710M
    OCLC/WorldCa28658281

    Indigenous peoples of the Northwest Plateau, also referred to by the phrase Indigenous peoples of the Plateau, and historically called the Plateau Indians (though comprising many groups) are indigenous peoples of the Interior of British Columbia, Canada, and the non-coastal regions of the United States Pacific Northwest states. The project covered seven southern and middle-belt states–Anambra, Bendel, Benue, Cross-River, Imo, Ogun and Plateau–across an area stretching from the coast to the highland of Plateau state. Most households in the target area have very small landholdings, on average just 1 ha.

    Abstract. The inclusion of the topic of this chapter in this study is contingent on the following: first, the crises in Jos and other parts of Plateau state possess very clear and most empirical evidences of why there have been, there are, and there may be similar Muslim-Christian violent conflicts in other parts of northern Nigeria between Hausa-Fulanis and other northern and southern Author: Marinus C. Iwuchukwu. The history of the Mwaghavul is a long one, documented in various forms, ranging from records of administration by the colonialist, to the documentation of archaeological discoveries by white explorers and administrators, documentation and analysis of languages, oral lore and culture by linguists and the latest series of narration and documentation of various aspects of the Mwaghavul people by 5/5(4).

      He assured the people of Rim in particular and Plateau citizens in general that government would continue to intensify security efforts and intelligence to identify perpetrators and ensure they are brought to book. Chairman Northern of Christian Association of Nigeria Rev Yakubu Pam condemned in its totality the ongoing attacks and killings in. Geographical Regions of Nigeria. Westward Migration of Settlement in the Plateau Area North of labour lagoon Lagos land large number lateritic located Lokoja Lower Niger maize migrants miles Niger Delta Niger valley Nigeria northern Nigeria Nupe oil palm Onitsha pagan palm oil plantations planted Plateau population Port Harcourt produce.


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Conant. Daryll Forde The Yoruba-Speaking Peoples of South-Western Nigeria Madeline Manoukian Tribes of the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast Madeline Manoukian The Ewe-Speaking People of Togoland and the Gold Coast Harold D.

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The series, published between andbrings together a wealth of previously un-co-ordinated material on the ethnic groupings and social conditions of African e, critical and (for its time) accurate, the Ethnographic Survey contains sections as follows. Plateau, state, east-central Nigeria, created in out of the northern half of former Benue-Plateau state.

It is bounded by the states of Kaduna and Bauchi on the north, Taraba on the east, and Nassarawa on the south and west. Groundnut and cotton industries in the province of Kano provided the main source of revenue for Northern Nigeria.

Tin mining in the Province of Plateau, Steel mining in the Province of Benue, and other metal industries in the Province of Sokoto, buildpt up the diverse mining industry of the l: Lokoja, (–), Zungeru.

Jos Plateau, formerly Bauchi Plateau, tableland in Plateau State, central Nigeria, distinguished by its high bounding scarp and by bare grassland and embracing Africa’s chief tin-mining central area covers about 3, sq mi (8, sq km) and has an average elevation of 4, ft (1, m); the surrounding high plains often exceed 3, ft.

The Berom have a paramount ruler called the Gbong Gwom Jos. The traditional stool was created in by the British colonial administration of Northern Nigeria. Northern Nigeria was composed of completely different linguistic and cultural features between the ethnicities on the Plateau.

The Ron language is spoken by aboutpeople mostly in Bokkos Local Government in Plateau State, Nigeria. It is bordered by Kulere and the Mushere dialect of Mwaghavul in the south and southwest, Sha and Mundat in the west, Birom in the north and Mwaghavul in the east. The Ron people are also called.

Peoples of the Plateau Area of Northern Nigeria. (Ethnographic Survey of Africa; Western Africa, Part ) (Ethnographic Survey of Africa; Western Africa, Part ) London: International African : Jean-Claude Muller, Barrie Sharpe.

Northern Nigeria: Background to Conflict Crisis Group Africa Report N°, 20 December Page ii quality grows, likewise drives Size: 3MB. Eight million pEoplE in northErn nigEria facing acutE food insEcurity The October analysis of the Cadre harmonisé1 expands its coverage to include for the first time 16 out of 36 states, almost half of Nigeria.

In these states, some eight million people are currently facing acute food insecurity (phasesOctober-December ). Due to. Ethnographic survey of Africa: Western Africa. 7: Peoples of the Plateau area of Northern Nigeria.

By D. (ed.) Forde, H.D. Gunn and London (United Kingdom) International African Inst. The archaeology of northern Nigeria: trade, people and polities, BP onwards Article (PDF Available) in Azania Archaeological Research in Africa 49(4) October with 1, Reads.History Of JUKUN People Of Northern Nigeria (A Must Read) - Culture (3) - Nairaland The Abinsi and Wukari Jukuns had refused to live as subjects of the Fulani emir of Wase in the present-day Plateau state after the area fell to Fulani jihadists.

Some of the Jukuns abdicated and are still there {in Wase} Those who objected to the Fulani rule.The All Peoples Congress, APC in Quaan Pan Local Area of Plateau State has started preparations toward it's successes at the polls.

This followed a meeting of about people, which comprised of Polling Units Chairmen, polling units conversers, eminent women and youths covering all polling units, held on Friday Decem