Precolonial Gonja society was stratified into castes, with a Ruling class, Muslim trader class and a Commoner class. Its economy depended largely on trade in slaves from Central Africa and kola nuts particularly in the market town of Salaga sometimes called the “Timbuktu” of the south. The Gonja people whose true name is Ngbanye (meaning Brave Men) derive the name Gonja from a corrupted Hausa phrase Kada Goro-Jaa (meaning land of Red Cola). The Gonjas have no distinct tribal marks on their own. Each person has a different mark either on the cheeks, chest or arms.
It is surprising that the Naga tribe did not have any broad identity as a culture, tribe or group they were the “lost tribe.” Many anthropologists believe that they were migrants from south- ern china or magnolia having no collective name for themselves. Even when the British ar- rived in the early 1800s, British colonialist and American Baptist first made contact with the Naga, even then they didn't have any tribal identity. The tribe now recognized as Naga tribe has just coalesced in these past two centuries. Developing their hamlets on hilltops for defen- sive purpose, Naga clans like to live in isolation, encouraging their local languages and cus- toms and fierce resistance to outsiders. Although they live in isolation but they exemplify the experience of 10 millions of people living in high lands of Asia named Wa, Hmong, Kachin, and Karen.
The Chinatown in Gudo was called Kampung Tukangan or Tukangan village. The word ‘tukangan’ is derived from the word tukang, meaning worker, referring to the workers at the sugar factories. The sugar factory in Gudo was a branch of a larger factory in Merican, Kediri, built in 1904 by a Dutchman named. In 1930, an economic crisis forced the sugar factory to close. The Gudo sugar factory provided housing for its workers, who worked in shifts.
The people of the Yoke of Ashur were conquered peoples, locally ruled, and had to pay tribute to the king. The people of the Land of Ashur were Assyrians, ruled by the king's governors, and gave food to the god Ashur. The primary sources Sargon II of Assyria-Record of His Deeds, When Sennacherib's Forces Met Hezekiah, and Banquet of Ashurnasirpal II reveal the strategies that the Neo-Assyrians used to form their strong empire. The primary source Sargon II of Assyria-Record of His Deeds entails stories of Sargon's victories and Sargon's propaganda. It begins with King Merodach-baladan of Babylon not surrendering to Sargon and paying his tribute.
Sort of the same thing was going on in the African Kingdom Mali they were also invading different places. In 1203 CE, Kumbi was taken by one of their former subject peoples. The Ghana is also known as Awkar. When the Gold Coast in 1957 became the first Country in sub- saharan Africa. Ghana’s dynasty began is uncertain, they say the written records were written by Muhammad ibn Musa al-khwarizmi in 830.
Around the year twelve hundred there was many different kingdoms in the area of Mali, they traded with other villages and Arabs but also competed amongst each other over land. Maghan Kon Fatta was king of the city of Nianiba and one day a soothsaying hunter predicts that he would have a son that will be a great ruler but only if he marries an ugly woman that two hunters will bring to him. Later on two hunters bring a hideous woman named Sogolon who the hunters earned by defeating an evil buffalo and proposes the king to take her as his bride. The king remembered the prediction made by the soothsayer and accepts to marry Sogolon. Sundiata was the son of Maghan and Sologon; he was born crippled and as he grew up he was made fun by everyone.
Summary The epic of Sundiata is told by Djeli Mamadou Kouyaté a griot. He tells the story of how Sundiata’s mother made her way to the land of Manden, the story starts at Manden. Manden was ruled by a great king his name was Maghan Konfara, he had power, wealth, dalilu and he as popular, but he had no sons which frustrated him and frustrated all of Manden. One day two Moroccan hunters from Al Ashraf family, Abdu Karimi and Abdu Kassimu, arrive to Manden. The two hunters tell the people of Manden that they came to help the people of Condé to deliver them from the horrors of the buffalo that is killing their men, women, children and cattle.
It accounts for almost 16% of the country's population. On the other hand, the density of Arunachal Pradesh is just 17 per sq. km and that of Andaman and Nicobar Islands is 46 per sq. km. Some of the other densely populated states are Bihar, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat and Rajasthan.
Throughout the last decade, Nigeria experienced negative economic growth that effected its government, seeing that it could no longer provide jobs for its people. “Nigerians are currently resident abroad and that more or less, this cadre of Nigerians constitutes the Nigerian diaspora” (Akinrinade & Ogen, 2011, p. 74). As per (Migration policy institute, 2005) there were 200,000 Nigerian residents in Europe, the biggest numbers lived in the UK, followed by Italy, Germany and Ireland. Nigeria has become more and more involved in international migration worldwide meaning that the huge size of Nigerian diaspora has
Their primary thought was of plunder, profit and conquest. One of the most energetic and vicious tribes that had settled in southern Afghanistan were the Khiljis, a tribe of Turkic origins settled in southern Afghanistan who would one day come to rule much of India. The Khiljis are considered to be the forefathers of today’s Pashtun Ghilzais. Their first incursions into India started during the reign of the Mamluke sultans of