1. Sabo, Nigeria

    Sabo is a small geographic area where Hausa migrants conjugate together to create a distinctive socio-political quarter to foster their cultural heritage and economic interests in the midst of a different ethnic group, while at the same time owing some informal contractual obligations to the Yoruba. The rise of ubiquitous Hausa settlements in some major Yoruba cities is mostly attributed to the inter-ethnic or long distance trading networks that developed overtime in West Africa

     
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