HAUSA PEOPLE OF NORTHERN NIGERIA AND THEIR DEVELOPMENT

Abstract

This paper discusses about the issues that hinder the development of Hausa people of Nigeria. Their underdevelopment has seriously affected the progress and advancement of their society and the whole of Nigeria in general. Equally, this underdevelopment has come with its unwanted consequences on every spheres of the society and negative consequences on the socio-economic lives of the people. It is therefore important that adequate attention is given by researchers in exploring on these issues, raising the awareness for the need to address those issues and proffer feasible redress measures towards the overall enhancement of the society. Hence it is the intention of this paper to highlight those issues that have hindered the progress of the Hausa community. Conclusively, based on findings from studies reviewed, several recommendations were offered that could serve as significant contributions towards solving the developmental challenges of the Hausa people. The said recommendations would lend a lot of benefits to the stakeolders, policy makers, academicians and the rest in designing the future of the country.

Author Biography

Ibrahim Tijjani Sabiu, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin
PhD student

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Published
2018-06-20
How to Cite
Sabiu, I. T. (2018). HAUSA PEOPLE OF NORTHERN NIGERIA AND THEIR DEVELOPMENT. Asian People Journal (APJ), 1(1), 179-189. Retrieved from https://journal.unisza.edu.my/apj/index.php/apj/article/view/21
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