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I Was Amazed When I Discovered That IBB Is Not Hausa Or A Fulani Man! See His Tribe (Details below)

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Recently, I discovered some facts about this politician and former Nigerian leader. Someone would think that he or she knew some of our leaders very well until I discovered this tribe of leaders.


Many people think that General IBB is of Hausa descent until I saw his true tribe through Wikipedia while browsing the Internet. Therefore, in this article, I want to let us know that the former military president is neither Warsaw nor Fulani.

IBB is short for Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida. He is a retired Nigerian Army general who ruled the Federal Republic of Nigeria from August 27, 1985, until his resignation in August 1993.

Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida) was born in Minna on August 17, 1941. His father is Muhammad Babangida and his mother Aisha Babangida Up (Aisha Babangida). He received his early Islamic education before entering the elementary school from 1950 to 1956. From 1957 to 1962, Babangida attended the Bida Government College.

Babangida joined the Nigerian Army on December 10, 1962, where he attended the Nigerian Military Training Academy in Kaduna.

On September 26, 1963, Babangida served as the second lieutenant in the Royal Nigerian Army and served as a regular combat officer. One month before becoming the Nigerian Army, his army number was N/438, from the Indian Military College.

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Babangida studied at the Indian Military Academy from April 1963 to September 1963. From January 1966 to April 1966, Babandada attended the Young Officer Course at the Royal Armored Centre of the United Kingdom, where he accepted The artillery and Saladin armoured vehicles were taught.

From 1984 to 1985, he served as Chairman of the Armed Forces Ruling Committee and Chief of Staff of the Army, then came to power on August 27, 1985, and has been in power for eight consecutive years. It is already known that the former military president was born in Minna Niger.

There are many different tribes in Niger State. The three most popular ethnic groups are Nupe, Gabayi and Hausa, while the other indigenous tribes are Koror, Kadala, Kambari, Kamuku, Bangu, Bassa, Bauchi, Fulani, and Duka The tribes of Wa, Ingwa, Dibo, Kadanda, Gurungi, Abisiwa and Higini.

Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida) is an observer from the Nubu minority in Niger State and a moderate Muslim.

In the Nupe tribe, there are about 4. 5 million Nupe, mainly in Niger State. The Nupe language is also spoken in Kavala, Kogi and the Federal Capital Region. They are mainly Muslims, some Christians and believers of traditional African religions.

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Nupe people have several local traditional rulers.

According to history. Nupe fled the court of Date, traced its origins back to Tsoede, and established a loose alliance of towns along the Niger coast in the 15th century.

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