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Sir Ahmadu Bello

Sardauna of Sokoto

THE PREMIER OF NORTHERN NIGERIA

Presidents & Heads of State in Nigeria since Independence

 

Arewa House Event Honors Sir Ahmadu Bello and Dr. Martin Luther King

 

Genealogy of Sardauna (Gamji) 

 

 
The Anniversary
THE OCCASION: January 14, 2006

Arewa House: No. 1 Rabah Road, P.M.B. 2006, Kaduna - Nigeria.

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 "Let us not forget our dreams of national unity in Nigeria cannot be realized without honest hard work and the respect for one another’s views and peculiar ways – be they customs or traditions. The different tribal groups in this country must learn to accommodate members of other tribal groups." SEE PICTURES of the EVENT>>

 

And on Independence Day, 1960, he said

"The eyes of the world are on Nigeria now and there are many friends who hope that we shall be the leading nation in Africa. Let me say with all the emphasis at my command that we shall never attain this goal if there is suspicion and mistrust among the peoples of Nigeria. Such an attitude cannot benefit anyone and can too easily lead to strife as has been the painful experience of other independent nations in Africa and elsewhere." - Ahmadu Bello

Sir Ahmadu Bello,


Sir, Ahmadu Bello the Sardauna of Sokoto, according to official Records the Sardauna was born in Rabah town in Sokoto State in 1910..


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Alhaji (Sir) Abubakar Tafawa Balewa (1912-1966)

Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe (1904 - 1996)

Chief Obafemi Awolowo (1909 - 1987)

General Murtala Ramat Muhammed (1938 - 1976)

Arewa House Event Honors Sir Ahmadu Bello and Dr. Martin Luther King

  
 

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The Legacy Continues...

The Late Sardauna lived a humble and decent life while on earth. His legacies are more enduring than any other legacies set aside in the history of Nigeria

THE HISTORY OF THE SOKOTO EMPIRE

The Fulani Empire of Sokoto was the last of the five great empires that rose and fell in the Sudan between the eighth and twentieth centuries. It was founded by three men of the same family, and it developed a society which, in its heyday, was perhaps better governed and more highly civilized than any other that Africans had until then evolved
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“Here in the Northern Nigeria we have People of Many different races, tribes and religious who are knit together to common history, common interest and common ideas, the things that unite us are stronger than the things that divide us. I always remind people of our firmly rooted policy of religious tolerance. We have no intention of favouring one religion at the expense of another. Subject to the overriding need to preserve law and order, it is our determination that everyone should have absolute liberty to practice his belief according to the dictates of his conscience…”  - Sir Ahmadu Bello


 
 

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