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.
At the time NUPE
represented 23,000 workers in 110 locals in the civic, school, and hospital sectors.
The bilingual programme is said to have influenced the development of regional languages such as Kanuri, Nupe
Tiv and Fulfude, which are now used as mother tongue media in the states where they are spoken by substantial populations.
When neither total identity nor CV harmony are enforced, the prefix vowel simply defaults to [i], as in Nupe
(and Yoruba) (e), though it still obeys ATR harmony.
Related to the otherworldly is the subject of death or "Sleep's elder brother" as a Nupe
saying puts it--not so much a taboo as a proverbial favorite.
About 23 percent came from the Yoruba, the Fon, the Nupe
, and the Ibo, ethnic groups from an area from the Benin River to Cape Lopez, now contemporary Nigeria, Toga, and Cabon.
He said: "One of my clear memories was seeing and touching the books belonging to my friend, the General Secretary of NUPE
, Rodney Bickerstaffe in his home in Whitley Bay.
Cumbria-born Ms Kennedy was a NUPE
branch secretary in the early 1980s, having been employed by Liverpool city council as a residential child care worker and then a care assistant after leaving the University of Liverpool halfway through her chemistry degree course.
Tom Sawyer, divisional officer of the NUPE
, said: "This is not an exercise in the trade union bureaucracy - it is youngsters of 16 and over coming here to show what they think about low pay on YOP schemes.
The two unions at Highcroft - the NUPE
and the Confederation of Health Service Employees - are led by their members.
The Kanuri in Diaspora: the contributions of the Ulama of Kanem- Borno to Islamic education in Nupe
and Yoruba lands.
Kirdi, Kofyar, Kurrey, Longuda, Maguzawa-Hausa, Mumuye, Ngizim, Nkoroo, Nupe
, Ogoni, Ogugu, Oron, Saros, Tarok, Tiv, Ukelle, Urhobo, Wodaabe, Yerwa, Kanuri, Yewa, Yoruba and Zarma.