Queen Amina of Zaria 1588-1589    The elder daughter of Bakwa Turunku, who founded the Zazzau Kingdom in 1536, Queen Amina came to power between 1588 and 1589 A. D. Unlike her younger sister, Zariya (from whom the city of Zaria derives its name), Amina is generally remembered for her fierce military exploits.

Queen Amina of Zaria 1588-1589 The elder daughter of Bakwa Turunku, who founded the Zazzau Kingdom in 1536, Queen Amina came to power between 1588 and 1589 A. D. Unlike her younger sister, Zariya (from whom the city of Zaria derives its name), Amina is generally remembered for her fierce military exploits.

This lens reviews Naij: a documentary history of Nigeria.    To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Nigerian independence, Naij: A Film History of...

This lens reviews Naij: a documentary history of Nigeria. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Nigerian independence, Naij: A Film History of...

From the artifactual history, we know that the original Royalty and Nobility of Europe were Black people.

From the artifactual history, we know that the original Royalty and Nobility of Europe were Black people.

A young Archer by Govaert Flinck, Dutch, circa 1640 A young soldier of the Holy Roman Empire during the "Thirty Years War" (1618-1648)

A young Archer by Govaert Flinck, Dutch, circa 1640 A young soldier of the Holy Roman Empire during the "Thirty Years War" (1618-1648)

A History of Nigeria

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eshu the trickster | File:Eshu-statue.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Eshu is the most well-known trickster in African mythology.

eshu the trickster | File:Eshu-statue.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Eshu is the most well-known trickster in African mythology.

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