Boko Haram's Assassination Attempt on the Emir of Kano

From Sahel Blog Tue Jan 29 2013, 07:26:32

The term "traditional" can be misleading. When talking about northern Nigeria, I prefer to say "hereditary Muslim rulers." So I'll say that hereditary Muslim rulers have substantial religious, political, economic, social, and cultural importance in many parts of northern Nigeria. ... Continue reading →

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