The Fulani are traditionally a nomadic, pastoralist trading people.They are one of the largest and most culturally diverse groups in Africa, spread across many countries in West, Central and Eastern Africa.The largest concentrations are found in Nigeria, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Mali, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Guinea Bissau, Burkina Faso and Ghana.
Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most populous continent, after Asia. At about 30.3 million km² including adjacent islands, it covers 6% of Earth's total surface area and 20% of its land area. With 1.3 billion people as of 2018, it accounts for about 16% of the world's human population. Wikipedia Population: 1.216 billion (2016) Dark skin is the dominant characteristic of indigenous African peoples, but skin colour is not uniform. # Country Population Subregion (2020) 1 Nigeria 206,139,589 W
Our planet is full of unforgettable, incredible and sometimes frankly weird animals but there are more out there that have rarely ever been seen by an average human like you and I. Here are 10 wild animals that have rarely been seen. (1) Shoe Bill Stock Easily one of my favourite animals that nobody has ever heard of, the shoe bill stock is basically natures tribute to the muppets. While most people have never seen one of these things in person, those that see even photos of the creature find it to be pretty
Africa as a continent and the home of millions of black people are splitting into two, as a result of geographical phenomenon. This phenomenon came as a surprise to many Africans, as it has become a very big challenge to them, as their homes, their farmlands, Industries etc, have been threatened by this latest development. Original Map of Africa show all the countries Africa is divided into five regions namely North Africa, west Africa, east Africa, the South Africa and the Central Africa. But this latest splitting
There is jubilation, clebration and appreciation to God in town for for a man who is armless and regardless of his disability, he chose the right path which is Service to God and humanity. As many in Rwanda in Eastern Africa, appreciate the Wonder of God especially Isabelle and Eric Vermeer. Rev. Fr. Noe Eric is really trending on social media platforms as a newly ordained Catholic priest without hands. Many appreciated Roman Catholic Church and Christian community, as whole for this singular act of ordaining
The recent news that currently trending social media about a newly ordained catholic priest without arm, very rev, fr. Noe Eric. Is a comendable one which has attracted jubilation and appreciation from the Catholic community and other Christians all over the world. The Catholic priest is known to be a native of Rwanda in Eastern Africa. It was gathered that God created him in an unusual and special form unlike everyone else as he doesn’t have arms from birth. When he was three and half years old, he was said
While creativity at its peak is breath taking, it is even more attractive when beautiful art work is gotten by the use of the commonest or simplest of things around you.
Here is the list of Countries that Pay the Highest Minimum Wage in Africa. Minimum Wage is is simply referred to as the lowest amount a worker can be legally paid for his work. Most African countries have a nation-wide minimum wage that all workers must be paid. PS: The currencies were converted to US Dollar. Top 10 African Countries that Pay the Highest Minimum Wage 10. Comoros (Minimum wage: $124) Comoros is a country located in the Eastern Africa region with a population of 578,000 and an average life sp
So far in the animal kingdom, these 10 animals have been distinguished because of their looks, behavior and approach to things. Here are the top 10 ugliest animals in the world. 1. Kirk's dik dik The Kirk's dik-dik is a small antelope native to Eastern Africa and one of four species of dik-dik antelope. Dik-diks are herbivores, they are also capable of reaching speeds up to 42 km/hour. The lifespan of Kirk's dik-dik in the wild is typically 5 years, but may surpass 10 years. In captivity, males have been known
Africa has always been regarded as an undeveloped world, by the Western media. However, Africa has worked towards improving its socioeconomic sector and to develop the continent. With about 1.3 billion people scattered amongst its 54 sovereign countries, and a total land area of about 30,300,000km², Africa is the 2nd largest continent, after Asia. Here are 3 reasons why Africa may be the future; 1. Background of Africa: Africa, particularly Eastern Africa, is where they accepted as a place of origin of humans
You might think you have seen the world but there are certain animals that exist. There are strange animals you have not heard of and probably won't see around your environment but they exist. * The Dhole Is a species of canid native to South and southeast Asia. The Dhole is a highly social animal, living in large clans which occasionally split up into small packs to hunt. They are bold enough to attack large and dangerous animals. * Red lipped batfish This fish is usually known for its bright red lips and are
East Africa, literally known as the Horn of Africa is surprisingly cool and dry for its latitude. In fact, in Somali, many years can go by without any rain. East Africa is one of the region where Homo sapiens are believed to have lived. Evidence was found in 2018, dating to about 320,000 years ago, at the Kenyan site of olorgesaillie. Eastern Africa had an estimated population of 260 million on 2000. This was projected to reach 890 million by 2050, with an average growth rate of 2.5% per annum. Conflicts in
Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most populous continent, after Asia. At about 30.3 million km² including adjacent islands, it covers 6% of Earth's total surface area and 20% of its land area. With 1.3 billion people as of 2018, it accounts for about 16% of the world's human population. Wikipedia Population: 1.216 billion (2016) Dark skin is the dominant characteristic of indigenous African peoples, but skin colour is not uniform. # Country Population Subregion (2020) 1 Nigeria 206,139,5
A Little History The "Fulani" people are around 40 million spread Africa and there are one of the largest ethnic group in Africa. They are spread across many countries in West Africa but also reside in Central and Eastern Africa. Although they are one of the largest ethnic groups but they are not the majority in any country they reside. A more proper way to address the "Fulani" is using the word "Fulbe". The "Fulbe" are called by any names by the neighbors such as "Peul", "Fula", "Fulani", "Fulata", and many
The documentary of a boy named Zanzimana Ellie from Rwanda in Central/Eastern Africa, born in 1999 and currently 21 years old has surfaced online. The story surrounding his birth, nature and habit and his interpersonal relationship with other villagers who call him "Chimpanzee" because of his facial looks. According to the statements of some villagers, the boy feeds on grass and prefers to live in the bush. This testimony was confirmed by his mother. She also added that her son is a gift from God. Ater the death
Tanzanite, a precious stone, 10 times rarer than diamond and rival the sapphire in intensity has been found in Tanzania. Photo credit: Google Mr Saninu Lazer, a Tanzanian miner who previously made headlines after he dug up two of the biggest rough tanzanite gemstones ever found estimated at $3.4 million has got lucky again. This time he dug up a third stone weighing 6 kilograms (13 pounds) with an estimated value of $2 million. Found in Tanzania, the name "Tanzanite" was given. Characterized by it's deep blue
You may think, you have seen some of the weirdest or strangest animals on Earth, but then nature always has a way of surprising us with more animals that are weirder than the ones we have seen before. So I am here to take you on a ride to see some of these weird creatures, or strange animals you probably have never seen before. a).The Nyalas are a specy of antelopes, that is found mostly in the south Eastern Africa. They are members of the spiral horned antelope tribe ( Tragelaphini, Family Bovidae).They are
As the Earth heats up, weather and climate patterns are changing dramatically around the globe. Africa felt the effects of those changes in 2019, experiencing cyclones, droughts and unstoppable rains that jeopardized livelihoods. Sixty-two-year-old David Kemboi sorts out dry maize stalks on his 21-hectare farm in Kenya's Trans Nzoia County. He turns the stalks of what could have been a bountiful harvest into silage — for feeding his 15 herd of cattle. He said the heavy rains that have rocked different par
Life most times can be very difficult for some people, sometimes one needs to sacrifice his or her time just to take care of the less privileged not minding that you have your issues.
Plants are healthy and all, but eating poisonous plants is a very bad choice to make. We are talking about poisonous plants that are deadly to humans when consuming in a certain amount. To prevent that from happening, we should be aware of these poisonous plants that you might come across. Plants are dangerous when they contain chemical substances that can lead to deaths, so be aware of that. There are many poisonous plants in the world, but we bring 10 today so check them out. 1 Castor Bean image: Steve S