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Mutanen Kamuku

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Mutanen Kamuku
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Kamuku ƙabila ce a tsakiyar Najeriya. Yaren Kamuku na dangin Kainji ne kuma yana da alaƙa da C'lela, Duka, da Kambari. Yawanci suna zaune ne a yankin tsakiyar yamma na Najeriya, musamman a jihar Kwara. Yawan su a shekarar 1996 ya haura mutane 35,000, wanda aka samu a yankin Sokoto na jihar Sakkwato, yankin Birnin Gwari na jihar Kaduna da kuma Kontagora da Minna na jihar Neja.[1][2][3]

Kamuku na iya kasancewa mutanen da suka mallaki masarautar Kankuma (kuma Kwangoma ko Kangoma), mutanen da Al-Makrizi (d.1442) ya kira Karuku a cikin littafinsa The Races of the Sudan. Wani masanin tarihi yayi hasashen cewa Kankuma watakila shine asalin ƙasar hausa ta zaria. Jaridun Arewacin Najeriya: Masarautun Tsakiya, waɗanda aka buga a farkon shekarun 1920, sun bayyana mutanen Kamuku a matsayin masu himmar aikin gona waɗanda ke kula da dabbobi, suna da ɗan yanayi da rashin ritaya kuma suna da cikakken iko ga hukuma. Ba su da kuma alama sun yarda da babbar hukuma sama da matakin shugaban ƙauye. Kamuku suna raba wasu al'adu tare da jama'ar Gwari makwabta, kamar girgiza wake a cikin kunkuru da zana zane bisa ga sakamakon don samun makoma ta gaba.[4] [5] [6] [7]

Manazarta[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

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  5. Djibril Tamsir Niane, Unesco. International Scientific Committee for the Drafting of a General History of Africa (1984). Africa from the twelfth to the sixteenth century. University of California Press. p. 285. ISBN 0-435-94810-5. Retrieved 2010-11-04.
  6. James Stuart Olson (1996). "Kamuku". The peoples of Africa: an ethnohistorical dictionary. Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 270. ISBN 0-313-27918-7. Retrieved 2010-11-04.
  7. Muḥammad Zuhdī Yakan (1999). "Kamuku". Almanac of African peoples & nations. Transaction Publishers. p. 396. ISBN 1-56000-433-9.