Tarihin kanuri

Shi dai Muhammadu Indimi wanda ya kasance suruki ne ga shugaban kasa Muhammadu Buhari, sanadiyar aure dake tsakanin 'ya'yan su, Zahra Buhari da Ahmed Indimi da aka gudanar a watannin da suka gabata. An haifi Dr Muhammadu Indimi a watan Agustan shekarar a jihar Borno dake Najeriya, kuma shi dan kasuwa ne wanda ya kafa kuma ya samar da kamfanin man fetur da ma'adanansa na Oriental Energy Resources a shekararwanda har ila yau shi yake shugabancin kamfanin.

A shekara tamujallar Forbes ta jero sunan Muhammad Indimi a matsayin mutum na 37 da yafi kowa arziki a nahiyar Afirka. Alhaji Indimi mutu ne shiru-shiru wanda bai fiye magana ko hayaniya ba, amma ya kware a yarukan Kanuri, Turanci da kuma Hausa.

Ya fito ne daga gundumar Fezzan ta garin Maiduguri a jihar Borno kuma yana da dangantaka ta 'yan uwa a jihar Kano. Ya tashi daga gundumar Fezzan zuwa wata unguwa da ake kira Millionaires quaters a birnin Maiduguri, a tsakiyar shekararkuma daga bisani ya koma wata unguwa a hanyar Damboa a shekararinda ya gina katafaren gida tare da tafkeken masallaci Masallacin Indimi. Ya taba yin aiki a karkashin hamshakin mai kudin nan na Maiduguri, marigayi Alhaji Mai Deribe a cikin shekarun har zuwa farkon Yana kuma da dansa da aka sanya masa sunan bayan Alhaji Mai Ahmad Deribe ya shude.

Tare da shi da tsohon shugaban kasar Amurka, Mr. Alhaji Muhammad Indimi ya samu wanzuwa inda aka ba shi kwali na digiri da kuma diplomasiyya daga jami'o'in kasar nan da kuma na ketare. Abin dogaro na sana'ar shi a yanzu: Shugaban kamfanin man fetur na Oriental Energy Resources. Ya dukufa wajen kyautatawa al'umma da bayar da sadaka ga mabukata, don ko yanzu yana gina gidaje guda karkashin gidauniyar sa ta tallafi domin tallafawa wadanda rikicin Boko haram ya salwantar da muhallansu.

Akwai wasu gidaje da a yanzu haka ake ginawa a jihar Akwa Ibom domin rabewa ma'aikatan kamfanin sa. A baya ya bayar da taimakon injinan samar da wutar lantarki ga asibitin koyarwa na jami'ar Maiduguri a tsakiyar shekarar lokacin da samar da wutar lantarki ya zama matsala mai tsanani sannan kuma ya bayar da gudunmawa ga yawancin al'ummomi a Borno da wajen Borno ciki har da bayar da taimako na kudi ga jami'ar kimiyya da fasaha ta birnin Minna dake jihar Neja da kuma jami'ar Tafawa Balewa ta jihar Bauchi da ire-iren su.

Matan sa: Akwai Fatima Indimi wadda ya aura tun a shekarar kuma suna nan tare da kuma matar sa ta biyu, Do'aa Indimi, ita kuma ya aure ta ne a shekararkuma sunan itama mutu ka raba takalmin kaza. Yana da 'ya'ya guda ashirin da ya same su ta hanyar wannan matan nasa guda biyu kuma yana dds github jikoki wanda adadin su ya kai Indimi mutum ne mai kirki kuma mai son iyalansa, domin ba shi da wani buri a rayuwa face ya bayar da lokacin sa ga iyalansa, 'ya'yansa da kuma jikoki.

Da yawa daga cikin 'ya'yansa kuma surukai ne ga manya a kasar nan domin kuwa sun hada dangantaka da ministoci, shugabannin kasa, gwamnoni da kuma 'yan kasuwa. Indimi ya kasance mutum ne mai son sukuwa akan doki, domin kuwa a tsakanin shekarun zuwa ya dauki nauyin hada gasar sukuwa akan dawakai a birnin Maiduguri kuma shi kan shi yana da tarin dawakai masu dinbin yawa.

Sanadiyar son sukuwa akan doki ne ya sanya shi ya zagaye filin Ramat da gini na bulo wanda ake kira da filin sukuwa a yanzu a birnin na Maiduguri. Main Labarai Labarai. Tarihin Muhammad Indimi. Source: Legit. Show Comments.Mai-Bornu was born in the town of Yola to parents of Kanuri heritage. He started his teaching career at his alma mater, Yola Middle School from — before proceeding to another one of his alma mater's, Kaduna College — and soon joined the Northern Teachers Association.

He earned a government scholarship to travel abroad and studied Economics at Bristol University in the United Kingdom graduating in He rapidly rose through the ranks from assistant secretary to deputy secretary, then secretary. Inhe became the first Nigerian to be appointed Deputy Governor. He served on the Board of Directors of the company until his death on the 23rd of February, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Clement Nyong Isong. This Nigerian business-related biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.KanuriAfrican people, the dominant element of the population of Bornu state in northeastern Nigeria and also found in large numbers in southeastern Niger.

The Kanuri language is classified as belonging to the Saharan branch of the Nilo-Saharan family. The Kanuri developed a powerful state at the Sudanese terminus of the major trans-Saharan trade route through the Bilma oasis to Libya.

This empire, called Bornu or Kanem-Bornureached its zenith in the 16th century. The Kanuri have been Muslims since the 11th century and practice the Malikite code of Islamic law. Kanuri economy is based on millet agriculture; in recent times, however, peanuts groundnuts have become an important additional cash crop. The Kanuri live in settled villages and towns and farm the sandy soil of the surrounding countryside.

Maiduguri is the capital of Bornu state. The Kanuri are a commercial people with well-developed internal trade; they trade with the Fulani and Shuwa Arab herders for dairy products.

Cowhide and goatskin are exported in quantity. Kanuri society is stratified into several distinct classes. The family of the shehu, the political and religious head of all Kanuri, forms a royal lineage. Much pageantry continues to be connected with the court. Most Kanuri are in the class of commoners. Before the British came, there was also a class of slaves who could, nonetheless, rise to prominence in court.

Kin groups are not as important among the Kanuri as they are among most other African peoples; the household of a rich, powerful, and noble individual becomes the central focus for many people. The Kanuri are polygynous.

The typical household unit is the nuclear family of husband, wife, and children or the polygynous family living in a compound.

Houses are of sun-dried mud bricks and may be square or round, with flat or thatched roofs, respectively. Info Print Cite. Submit Feedback. Thank you for your feedback. Kanuri people. See Article History. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription. Subscribe today. Learn More in these related Britannica articles:. The Semi-Bantu groups mainly consist of small ethnic….In he was elected Governor of Adamawa State. While still Governor-Elect, he was selected by then-presidential candidate Olusegun Obasanjo as his running mate.

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After completing his primary school education inhe was admitted into Adamawa Provincial Secondary School in the same year, alongside 59 other students. He graduated from secondary school in after he made grade three [6] in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination. Abubakar then proceeded to attend Nigerian Police CollegeKaduna. He left the college for a position as a tax official in the Regional Ministry of Finance.

Later he received admission to study at the School of HygieneKano in Inhe graduated with a diploma. He graduated in and was employed by Nigeria Customs Service that same year. His father was opposed to the idea of Western education and tried to keep Atiku Abubakar out of the traditional school system. When the government discovered that Abubakar was not attending mandatory schooling, his father spent a few days in jail until Aisha Kande's mother paid the fine.

He left the College when he was unable to present an O-Level Mathematics result.

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He worked briefly as a Tax Officer in the regional Ministry of Finance, from where he gained admission to the school of Hygiene in Kano in In he enrolled for a Law Diploma at the Ahmadu Bello University Institute of Administration, on a scholarship from the regional government.

Abubakar has four wives and is the father to 28 children. While at Idi-Iroko, Abubakar met nineteen-year-old Titilayo Albertwho he secretly married in Decemberin Lagos, because her family was initially opposed to the union. On 26 OctoberTitilayo delivered a baby girl they named Fatima. She later gave birth to Adamu, Halima and Aminu. In Januaryhe married Ladi Yakubu as his second wife.Most trace their origins to ruling lineages of the medieval Kanem-Bornu Empire, its client states or provinces.

In contrast to neighboring Toubou or Zaghawa pastoralists, Kanuri groups have traditionally been sedentary, engaging in farming, fishing the Lake Chad basin, and engaged in trade and salt processing. Kanuri peoples include several subgroups, and identify by different names in some regions. The Kanuri languagewhich derived from Kanembuwas the major language of the Borno Empire Kanuri remains a major language in southeastern Niger, northeastern Nigeria and northern Cameroon but in Chad it is limited to handfuls of speakers in urban centers.

The largest population of Kanuri reside in the northeast corner of Nigeriawhere the ceremonial Emirate of Borno traces direct descent from the Kanem-Bornu empire, founded sometime before CE. Some 3 million Kanuri speakers live in Nigeria, not including the somespeakers of the Manga or Mangari dialect.

tarihin kanuri

In southeastern Niger, where they form the majority of the sedentary population, the Kanuri are commonly called Beri Beri a Hausa name. Kanuri speak the Kanuri languageor one of its related languages a member of the Nilo-Saharan language family. Inheriting the religious and cultural traditions of the Kanem-Bornu state, Kanuri peoples are predominantly Sunni Muslim.

In Chad, Kanembu speakers differentiate themselves from the large Kanuri ethnicity. Although Kanuri, which derived from Kanembu, was the major language of the Borno Empire, in Chad Kanuri language speakers are limited to handfuls of speakers in urban centers. Kanuri remains a major language in southeastern Niger, northeastern Nigeriaand northern Cameroon. In the early s, the Kanembu constituted the greatest part of the population of Lac Prefecture, but some Kanembu also lived in Chari-Baguirmi Prefecture.

Once the core ethnic group of the Kanem-Borno Empire, whose territories at one time included northeastern Nigeria and southern Libya, the Kanembu retain ties beyond the borders of Chad. For example, close family and commercial ties bind them with the Kanuri of northeastern Nigeria.

Within Chad, many Kanembu of Lac and Kanem prefectures identify with the Alifa of Mao, the governor of the region in precolonial times. Originally a pastoral people, the Kanuri were one of many Nilo-Saharan groups indigenous to the Central South Sahara, beginning their expansion in the area of Lake Chad in the late 7th century, and absorbing both indigenous Nilo-Saharan and Chadic Afro-Asiatic speakers.

According to Kanuri tradition, Sef, son of Dhu Ifazan of Yemenarrived in Kanem in the ninth century and united the population into the Sayfawa dynasty. This tradition however, is likely a product of later Islamic influence, reflecting the association with their Arabian origins in the Islamic era. Evidence of indigenous state formation in the Lake Chad area dates back to the early first century B.

Kanuri became Muslims in the 11th century, Kanem became a centre of Muslim learning and the Kanuri soon controlled all the area surrounding Lake Chad and a powerful empire called Kanem-Bornu Empire which reached its height in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries when they ruled much of Middle Africa. Following the downfall of the Kanem-Bornu Empire and the Scramble for Africa in the 19th century, the Kanuri were divided under the rule of the BritishFrench and German African empires.

The current ruling line, the al-Kanemi dynasty, dates to the accession of Muhammad al-Amin al-Kanemi in the early 19th century, displacing the Sayfawa dynasty which had ruled from around CE. A Nigeria specific small Kanuri nationalist movement emerged in s, centred on Bornu. Inthe Borno Youth Movement BYM was founded, and played a role as a mass regionalist political party up through the end of colonialism though it petered out at independence. You are commenting using your WordPress.

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Religion [ edit ] Kanuri became Muslims in the 11th century, Kanem became a centre of Muslim learning and the Kanuri soon controlled all the area surrounding Lake Chad and a powerful empire called Kanem-Bornu Empire which reached its height in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries when they ruled much of Middle Africa.

Traditional state [ edit ] Following the downfall of the Kanem-Bornu Empire and the Scramble for Africa in the 19th century, the Kanuri were divided under the rule of the BritishFrench and German African empires. Teilen mit: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment hereExactly the blog I am looking for Thanks a lot I should have a cup of coffee.

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tarihin kanuri

The people with cows and bride, are you they are Kanuri or Fulani, might you understood something wrong, the bride is Aisha Abdullahi Northern Nigeria. As most Africans are aware Kanuri ethnicity is very different from the tall Fulani people also called Bororo. Hausa are different than both of these though Fulani and Hausas have long intermingled with each other. Kanuri are also mixed with Hausa and Tuareg as seen in this blogpost.

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Post a Comment. September 02, The Kanuri are a cluster of peoples speaking related Nilo-Saharan dialects which were absorbed by the Bornu empire and merged into a complex heterogeneous society. Subgroups Kanuri peoples include several subgroups, and identify by different names in some regions.

The Kanuri language, which derived from Kanembu, was the major language of the Borno Empire Kanuri remains a major language in southeastern Niger, northeastern Nigeria and northern Cameroon but in Chad it is limited to handfuls of speakers in urban centers.

tarihin kanuri

The largest population of Kanuri reside in the northeast corner of Nigeria, where the ceremonial Emirate of Borno traces direct descent from the Kanem-Bornu empire, founded sometime before CE. Some 4 million Kanuri speakers live in Nigeria, not including the somespeakers of the Manga or Mangari dialect. The Nga people in Bauchi State trace their origins to a Kanuri diaspora. Kanuri woman from Nigeria In southeastern Niger, where they form the majority of the sedentary population, the Kanuri are commonly called Beri Beri a Hausa name.

Around 60, members of the Tumari subgroup, sometimes called Kanembu in Niger, are a distinct Kanuri subgroup living in the N'guigmi area, and are distinct from the Chadian Kanembu people. In the Kaour escarpment oasis of eastern Niger, the Kanuri are further divided into the Bla Bla subgroup, numbering some 27, and are the dominat ethnic group in the salt evaporation and trade industry of Bilma. Language Kanuri speak the Kanuri language, or one of its related languages a member of the Nilo-Saharan language family.

Inheriting the religious and cultural traditions of the Kanem-Bornu state, Kanuri peoples are predominantly Sunni Muslim. In Chad, Kanembu speakers differentiate themselves from the large Kanuri ethnicity.

Although Kanuri, which derived from Kanembu, was the major language of the Borno Empire, in Chad Kanuri language speakers are limited to handfuls of speakers in urban centers.

Kanuri remains a major language in southeastern Niger, northeastern Nigeria, and northern Cameroon. Kanuri children. In the early s, the Kanembu constituted the greatest part of the population of Lac Prefecture, but some Kanembu also lived in Chari-Baguirmi Prefecture. Once the core ethnic group of the Kanem-Borno Empire, whose territories at one time included northeastern Nigeria and southern Libya, the Kanembu retain ties beyond the borders of Chad.

For example, close family and commercial ties bind them with the Kanuri of northeastern Nigeria. Within Chad, many Kanembu of Lac and Kanem prefectures identify with the Alifa of Mao, the governor of the region in precolonial times. Originally a pastoral people, the Kanuri were one of many Nilo-Saharan groups indigenous to the Central South Sahara, beginning their expansion in the area of Lake Chad in the late 7th century, and absorbing both indigenous Nilo-Saharan and Chadic Afro-Asiatic speakers.

According to Kanuri tradition, Sef, son of Dhu Ifazan of Yemen, arrived in Kanem in the ninth century and united the population into the Sayfawa dynasty. This tradition however, is likely a product of later Islamic influence, reflecting the association with their Arabian origins in the Islamic era. Evidence of indigenous state formation in the Lake Chad area dates back to the early first century B. He has been Mediator of the Republic since A Kanuri from the eastern part of the country.

Kanuri bride. Kanuri wedding bride. Kanuri people. The Kanuri have been Muslims since the eleventh century.Nigerian authorities believed that Shekau was killed in during clashes between security forces and Boko Haram until Julywhen Shekau appeared in a video claiming leadership of the group.

Shekau is a Salafi. Shekau was born in Shekau town, in Tarmuwa local government, Yobe state; his exact date of birth is unknown but is said to be between and Shekau left the college for ideological reasons and without earning a degree. Shekau was appointed the leader of the group in Julyafter the death of Yusuf in the Boko Haram uprising. Shekau survived being shot in the leg during the attempt on his life by Nigerian security forces.

While he was respected as a leader in the beginning, by Shekau had begun to display signs of religious extremism. He received a letter from al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb giving him advice but he did not heed it. Despite this, many soldiers and commanders stayed with Shekau, including military commanders Abu Sa'ad al-Bamawi and Muhammad Salafi. With his group mostly intact, Shekau engaged in conflict with Ansaru, killing their leader Abu Osama al-Ansari.

As a result of this, and other arrests of Ansaru leaders by the Nigerian government, Ansaru did not pose a further threat to Shekau's leadership of the jihadi movement in Nigeria, and the group became defunct by Following on from this, Shekau's soldiers were undisciplined and abused the population, resulting in the establishment of civilian militias such as the Civilian Joint Task Force to fight them.

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Shekau, increasingly falling into extremism, began to kill his own religious advisors, including Sheikh Abd al-Malek al-Ansari al-Kadunawi and Abu al-Abbas al-Bankiwani. In videos Shekau posted online, he boasted often about his invincibility; mocked various armies; and stated that he "cannot be stopped" and "cannot die except by the will of Allah ". He has also boasted of being in possession of armoured tanks and other combat vehicles.

In one prominent incident, he took credit for the kidnapping of over school girls in April With the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria during andShekau faced pressure from his commanders and soldiers to pledge his allegiance to IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. A history of the group says that Shekau "was compelled to give allegiance, and that was through a coming together of the military commanders, and after he became convinced that the matter was about to go out of his hand, and that his throne would be shaken and emptied of him if he did not give allegiance".

It appears that Shekau was reluctant to pledge allegiance because he feared being replaced as leader by Islamic State, once they discovered his extremism. Following the split, many clashes occurred between Shekau and Barnawi's soldiers throughout the month of August and the following months. In OctoberShekau's soldiers attacked the Karino area south of Lake Chad with men seizing the village of Tunubuma. Then Barnawi's soldiers counter-attacked, killing more than 75, including the leader Muhammad Bakr.

On april 9th chadian soldiers claim that they have killed shekau, this allegations is yet to confirmed since it is almost the 6th time shekau is claimed to have been killed. Shekau was reported killed in but reappeared as the group leader less than a year later.

He dies more often than an iPhone battery. Shekau was reported to have been "fatally wounded" during an airstrike in Taye village on 19 August by Nigerian Air Force which also killed some senior leaders of Boko Haram.