Banu Gha Madinawa

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Banu Gha Madinawaبنو غا
Jimlar yawan jama'a
over 1 million (2013)
Yankuna masu yawan jama'a
Najeriya, Nijar,[1]
Harsuna
Fulani

Foreign Languages: Turanci, Hausa, Larabci
Addini
Islam;
Kabilu masu alaƙa
Fulani, Sulluɓawa, Dambazawa, Yolawa, Modibawa, Danejawa, Jullubawa, Yeligawa

Banu Gha Madinawa asalinsu Larabawa ne, wasu a cikin su suna cewa su dangin Annabi Muhammadu ne Banu Hashim, Ƙuraishawa daga kasar Madinah ta Saudi Arabia wanda suke da dangantaka da masarautar Maroko, sun yi aurataya da Fulani da Hausawa wanda a yanzu a na kiransu da Fulani, Hausawa ko Hausa–Fulani[2][3]

Tarihi[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Zuriar Banu Gha Madinawa sun samu Waliyai, Hakimai, Yankasuwa, Manoma da Manyan Ma'aikatan Gwamnati a cikin su, tarihi ya nuna da suka kazo kasar Kano yawancinsu sunyi zama na dan lokachi a unguwar Bakin-Ruwa kafin su koma Kadawa a Karamar Hukumar Warawa,Sumaila, Kumbotso da Adakawa da ke Karamar Hukumar Dala[4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11]wasu daga cikin zuriar suna danganta kansu da zama sharifai, wasu kuma waliyai[12][13][14][15][16]Wasu daga cikin Banu Gha Madinawa da suka fito daga gidan Waliyi Abdurrahim-Maiduniya sun gaji sarautar Sarkin Sumaila da Makaman Kano ta wajen daya daga cikin Matan Waliyi Abdurrahim Maiduniya da ake kira Maryam Inuwa Chango wacce ta ke jikar Sarkin Sumaila Akilu ce wanda ya fito daga zuriar Makaman Kano Iliyasu da Makaman Kano Isa na Daya.[17][18]

Sanannun Zuriar Banu Gha Madinawa[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

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