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Sir Alhaji Ahmadu Bello, the Sardauna of Sokoto, is the grandson of Usman Dan Fodio and Premier of the Northern Region of Nigeria. Today's occasion marks yet another crossroads in the History of Northern Nigeria and indeed Nigeria and Africa in general. It is undoubtedly a sad moment yet a momentous occasion, one that calls for Prayers, reflection, understanding and brotherhood...and one that calls for action, a collective resolve to resurrect Gamji in his wisdom and believes that every Nigerians, and human beings are created equal, that they are endowed by God with rights among which are life, liberty, equal opportunity, blessings and the legitimate pursuit of happiness. That the worst we can do, the ultimate worst we can do is to do nothing to live his legacies. We owe it to ourselves, our children and grandchildren to cherish and live his Legacy.



Citation on Sir Ahmadu Bello

By Professor Iya Abubakar

For Sardauna, governance was service to the common man

By Chief Sunday B. Awoniyi 

Northern Leaders Extol Virtues of Sardauna of Sokoto

By Arewa (Gamji) House

Tribute to Sir Ahmadu Bello, The Sardauna of Sokoto (pdf)

By Arewa Association UK

The Man of all season - Sir Ahmadu Bello of Sokoto

by Prof Isa Odidi and Dr. Baba J Adamu

  “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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