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ZIMBABWE, HISTORY OF ORIGIN

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Great Zimbabwe
Great Zimbabwe is a city that in time past had created certain impart on the long lasted civilization which Africa had experienced in the past. Proving the certainty of an age-long civilization is the debris left along the parts that once bore great walls. From the picture above, it is evident that some parts of the walls still stand to prove its solidity. It is undisputable, from feasibility study of this seeming indestructible structure, that monuments different from pyramids could last as long as their purposes could contain. Of course, without these wreckages there would be no ancient Zimbabwe other than ferry tells of concocted history. The walls stand memorably beyond the claim of storytellers. The significance of these walls do not only speak of the civilization of that African population, they also speak of the uniqueness of the people who built the walls; their predominant occupation and the circumstances that prevailed in their societies which spurred the need …

KIKUYU, THE SECOND OLDEST BANTU FROM NIGERIA

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THE KIKUYI OF KENYA The Kikuyu of Kenya is another larger sect of the families, far East Africa. The history of the Kikuyu Bantus is complicating as many storytellers seem to fight for the interest of their clans. On the contrary, the suggestion that Kikuyu population were the offspring of one man, Gikuyu was the most suspicious information that did not sink down with real historical supposition. Gikuyu and Kikuyu are two different ethnic groups with different origin entirely. How Kikuyu, a Bantu settlement could come from Gikuyu is not only probable, but fallacious. What is eminent is the fact that the tribe that holds the traditional head of the Kikuyu Bantu is the Abaluya. According to Oral sources, Gideon Were, John Osogo, Daniel Wako, among others, “the clans in Abaluya are over twenty”. Significant enough, they all possess the denoting prefix Aba in their names. They are Abanyole, Abetakho, Abesukha, Abatsotso, Abanyala, Abakabras, Abatachoni, Abamarama, Abashisa, Abatirichi, Aba…

THE HISTORY AND ORIGIN OF THE ZULU PEOPLE

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Copied from the book, Reality as Myths by Onyeji Nnaji The world of the Bantu travellers shows the walls of the migration that recorded the highest population among the African settlement. Originating from the largest population among the four races that settled in the east before time, all Bantu travellers were pygmies; for that was the nature of the Umudiala, the generation that gave birth to them. Bantu migration was rated the third earliest migration of the Negro race from the east. In this regard, all their movement had involved great population of people compared to the number of people involved in the two earlier populations that gave birth to Ethiopia, Nubia and Egypt: the Walker Traveller, and the Race of Anu. Bantu population as we have identified in the third chapter above outweighs the rest of the population of the ancient fathers that founded many of the nations of antiquity mentioned earlier. Discussing them in beat will pose a little challenge since their migration condi…

ORIGIN OF THE AKAN

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THE AKAN Copied from the book, Reality as Myth by Onyeji Nnaji.                       
The influence of the Akan on their content nations lies on their population and commonwealth of their brother nations. The Akan are one of the largest ethnic groups in West Africa. Their population is scattered across West Africa and beyond. Among this huge population of the Akan, the Ghanaians are more popular, perhaps because of the political influence of the Ashanti Empire in the area. Not much is heard or known about other Akan settlements like the Akwamu, the Akyem , the Akuapem, the Denkyira, the Abron, the Aowin, the Ahanta, the Anyi, the Baoule, the Chokosi, the Fante, the Kwahu, the Sefwi, the Ahafo, the Assin, the Evalue, the Wassa the Adjukru, the Akye, the Alladian, the Attie,the M'Bato, the Abidji, the Avikam,the Avatime the Ebrie, the Ehotile, the Nzema, the Abbe, the Aboure, the Coromantins, the Ndyuka people and other peoples of Côte d'Ivoire. Every Akan nation adopts the image…