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A STUDY OF THE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ORGANISATION OF SOME SELECTED GROUPS IN BORNO STATE

Authore(s) : Dr. Amina Ramat Saidu and Dr. Hamza Tukur Ribadu ||| Researcher

Volume : 8, Issue : 5, May - 2022

Abstract : The study of the social and political organization of some groups in Borno examines the emergence of Shuwa Arab, Fulani, Babur-Bura and Marghi. It also give and insight of their political and administrative structure by analyzing all their activities, interms of politics, leadership, revenue generating and structural development. It went further to discuss socio- cultural  and  socio-economic  organisations  of  the  tribes  under  review.  Primary  and secondary sources of data were considered. Oral interview and focused group discussion (FGD) served as the primary source of data. While referred text books, Journals, magazines and  internet materials  are considered  to  as  the  secondary source of  data,  the findings revealed that these four tribes played a significant role towards the developmental spheres of Borno and made it what it is today. The contributions of these tribes has a great significance interms of education, and social development of Borno as a whole.

Keywords :The study of the social and political organization of some groups in Borno, The contributions of these tribes has a great significance

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Brief History of Borno INTRODUCTION Borno is one of the most powerful polities to have emerged in the central Sudan.

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