Abdullahi dan Fodio

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Abdullahi dan Fodio (ca. 1766–1828), Sultan of Gwandu (1819–1828), was a scholar and brother of Usman dan Fodio (1754–1817). Usman, being more of a scholar than politician, delegated the practical regency of the western part of his empire to Abdullahi, who later became the Emir of Gwandu, and the eastern part to his son Muhammed Bello. The title of sultan was passed on to Bello. 1815.[1]

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  1. ^ http://www.tribune.com.ng/31102006/features.html
  • John D. Hargreaves, Prelude to the Partition of West Africa; Macmillan, 1963