When the official delegation from Zungeru arrived in the ancient Emirate of Kano for the Durbar in 1913, they were unaware of the rude shock that awaited. That year, it was hosted on January 1st to celebrate the thirteenth anniversary since British takeover of the Northern Nigeria Protectorate in 1900. During the typical Durbar, ornately […]
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