Bayajidda, originally named Abu Yazidu, was a prince from the Middle Eastern province of Baghdad in Iraq, and son of the great King Abdullahi. Bayajidda led half of an army to the northern province of Bornu (Borno) in present-day Nigeria where he briefly settled.
Photo Credit: Linda Ikeji In a news that was published yesterday, it was made known that the police operatives of Taraba State Police Command, have successfully apprehended four suspected bandits and recovered weapons back from them. Information given concerning their arrest made it known that they were apprehended by personnel of Operation Puff Adder II, in a Fulani camp near Garun-Gabas Village, of Rafi Local Government Area of the State, after some residents reported their nefarious activities.
Photo Credit: Goggle Bandits kidnap over 30 travellers Niger Photo Credit: Daily Post Over 30 passengers have been allegedly kidnapped by armed bandits at Garun-Gabas in Rafi Local Government Council of Niger State. It was gathered that the victims were abducted Wednesday afternoon along the Zungeru-Garin-Gabas highway on three separate vehicles.
Even though, the generation of Amina might have long expired, stories about her heroic acts persist. A gripping tale of honour, blood and treachery! Such was the live and death of Queen Amina of Zaria (Aminatu Sarauniya Zazzau), the warrior woman credited for establishing the first kingdom among Hausa. Amina wasn't only the first female ruler in the male controlled Hausa State, she also subjugated the other states being ruled by her male counterparts who paid tributes to the fearless woman; lest they faced
Queen Amina Of Zaria Commonly known as the warrior queen, Queen Amina of Zaria was the first woman to become the Sarauniya (queen) in a male-dominated society. She expanded the territory of the Hausa people of north Africa to its largest borders in history. Queen Amina has assumed legendary status in her native Hausaland and beyond. The modern state of Nigeria has immortalized Amina by erecting a statue of her, spear in hand, on a horse, in the centre of Lagos. The seven original states of Hausalan are Kats