Fulani: (Cameroon, Mali, Nigeria)

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The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc, Dec 15, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Nice pictures. Nice text.

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I scanned thru d book which i think it's very informative. d author did i wonderful job, especially, 4 d fact dat his not from dat area. Am sure it wasn't easy.
However, i was incredibly surprise
dat Adamawa (Yola) was not among d list
of states or places dat have FULANI people. In fact, it's d only state dat has fulfulde (d fulani language) as a state language. Where u have both d Yorubas and Igbos communicating in it, and not Hausa as d case is in other states.


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