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Fulani

a cattle-owning tribe in West Africa. Many varieties of zebu cattle are included in the general category of Fulani. See sudanese fulani cattle.
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Alhaji Saleh Bayari is a former National Secretary of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACABAN) and currently the National President of Gan Allah Fulani Development Association of Nigeria with a network that cuts across West Africa.
It was also aimed at creating awareness to Fulanis who were negatively impacted by Injustices (Crowder 1978, 72-76; Milsome 1979, 12).
37) Abbas Jimoh, "Muslim rights group alleges genocide against Fulanis," Daily Trust, April 22, 2014.
While the north is visibly Islamic and dominated by majority groups in the region, including Fulani, Bolewa and Hausa, central Gombe is more religiously mixed.
The sexual dimorphism in the BP might arise due to prolong physical activities with little rest associated with the nomads in which male Fulanis were more involved compared to their female counterpart that remained at home (purdah).
Yamar Ndiaye is a guide from Dakar who spends considerable time with the Fulanis in the area.
Prevalence of Mansonella perstans infections among the nomadic fulanis of northern Nigeria.
Majority of the respondents are Yoruba with few Fulanis and Igbo reside in the area.
However, the well belongs to the Fulani community of the village and its use is restricted to the Fulanis only.
Pers is grazed by all livestock in Senegal, pulped up leaves are used by the Fulanis to add to milk, millet or guinea corn pap as a seasoning.
En los siglos posteriores, el territorio fue dominado sucesivamente por los arabes, bereberes, ghaneses, malfes, songhais, el imperio Borne, el hausa: los fulanis y los tuaregs, grupos humanos que coexistieron en constantes conflictos por el predominio de la region.