The border communities of Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria share common cultural affinity, and many of them speak Kanuri
, the main ethnic group in Bomo and Yobe, and this could explain why the insurgents find it easy to maintain bases from where they launch their attacks even across borders.
in Diaspora: the contributions of the Ulama of Kanem- Borno to Islamic education in Nupe and Yoruba lands.
The remainder of Nigeriens are nomadic or semi-nomadic livestock- raising peoples--Fulani, Tuareg, Kanuri
, Arabs, and Toubou.
The topic of Akkadian and Amorite has very smartly been reduced to simply Akkadian, Jewish Palestinian Aramaic has been replaced with Baby-Ionian Jewish Aramaic, and the chapter on Nilo-Saharan languages has become focused on a single language, Kanuri
Figurines have also been recorded from the clay plains of north-eastern Nigeria, locally called firki in Kanuri
language or the Chad Lagoonal Complex by geoscientists (Tuley 1972), where Holocene human occupation began around 1000 BC (Brunk & Gronenborn 2004: 108).
He made his wife over her head with a bright light cloth and drape it like the Kanuri
Main ethnic languages used in network news: Angas, Edo, Efik/Ibibio, Fulfude, Kanuri
, Ebira/ Igala, Idoma, Ijo, Nupe, Tiv, etc.
The North, dominated by the large Hausa-Fulani and Kanuri
ethnic groups, is predominantly Muslim.
One of these hopeful children is Kanuri
Kimiti, a teenager in Kenya, where malaria kills more than 30,000 children every year.
An indirect exception, however, is Hutchison (1980, 1981) who proposed a basic existential semantics for a multipurpose bound particle in Kanuri
, which he says has usages similar to those of Hausa da.
Other languages are Hausa, Yoruba, Ibo, Fulani, Kanuri
The North proper was the land of the Hausa, Kanuri
and the Fulani, who are Muslims.