Aduku was a horse trader from Nupe
in the defunct Sokoto Caliphate who first visited Amufie, one of the thirty-three villages of Enugu Ezike around 1909.
On 1 December 1956 he started at NUPE
as the first and only non-clerical employee of the union.
Table 1: Ethnodietary survey of Moringa oleifera in Bida metropolis Ethnic No Percentage group Respondent (%) Nupe
26 65 Hausa 6 15 Yoruba 4 10 Kakanda 2 5 Jaba 1 2.
It was not surprising, according to Rufai, that Ebiraland was not Islamised at the same pace as the Nupe
and Yorubaland, two neighbouring areas that were Islamized since the early 19th century.
The same issue prominently reported a NUPE
divisional officer as saying: 'The feeling of our membership is so strong that unless society is prepared to pay for the service, the members are not prepared to provide it.
Main ethnic languages used in network news: Angas, Edo, Efik/Ibibio, Fulfude, Kanuri, Ebira/ Igala, Idoma, Ijo, Nupe
, Tiv, etc.
Like Yoruba, Nupe
has CV prefixing gerundive reduplication in which the vowel is [+high] (Smith 1969; Hyman 1970; Kawu 2002; Downing 2006: 227; among many others).
Among the pre-Fulani Nupe
in the Northern party of Nigeria the Nimwoye, sagi, wogbo were women rank holders who wielded much influence in the community.
Entre otros, fueron dominadas las tierras Nupe
, Igala e Idah, estas ultimas pertenecientes hasta entonces a uno de los reinos yorubas, y el territorio de los Kano, de los fulani, otra de las etnias que habita Niger, aunque es mayoritaria en Nigeria.
43) Evangelists such as Gowon left a legacy of inculturation, for they considered themselves to be more Hausa than Ngas, Nupe
, Jukun, Kataf, or Bujju.
His first job after graduation was as an ambulance driver, where he became the union representative for hospital porters and drivers in the public sector union NUPE
Mr Brian Osborne, regional officer for NUPE
said three members of his union were told to leave the hospital and will not be paid pounds 8 each for the part of the shift they did not work.