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What is the list of west african countries, their capitals and presidents?

What is the list of west african countries, their capitals and presidents?

Do you know geography? How many countries are there in West Africa? 15? 18? 20? 23? What is the list of West African countries, their capitals, and presidents? Continue reading this article to know the exact answer.

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Nigerians Studying Abroad: Would You Go Back Home To Work?

I was involved in an interesting conversation with a woman I met on Sunday. She mentioned how she'd like to return home after finishing her education.

She was then ridiculed by others (also from West Africa) saying they'd never go back due to the constant wars, corrupt government/police, lack of adequate jobs and pay, and lack of developed areas.

She then stated that it will never get better if no one goes back to institute changes. She further stated that only those who came from poor homes would refuse to go back.

[Nigerians studying abroad], what would you do?

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Why Are The Hausas And Fulanis Co-joined In One Tribe - Hausa/fulani?

As far as I know,  the Hausas and Fulanis are two distinct tribes that inhabit the Northern Nigeria and most of the countries in West Africa.  The Fulanis are by occupation cattle rearers hence naturally are nomadic. The Hausas are not.  It is only in Nigeria that the two tribes are treated as one ethnic grouping. Why are they co-joined?  Is it to give them an overwhelming majority over the Yorubas and the Ibos? If it is because of intermarriage, does the Efiks and the Ibiobios not intermarry? Why don't we refer to these ethnic groupings as Efik/Ibiobio? and so on and so forth.  Methinks this kind of siamese grouping is fraudulent, because of the false impression that they outnumbered the Yorubas and the Ibos.  If you treat them as separate tribes, they will fall back to the 3rd and 4th positions behind the Yorubas and the Ibos or even be displaced by the sprawling Ijaw tribe.

Can anyone educate me and the rest of the forum why this fraud has been allowed to stand unchallenged?

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