The Northwestern part of Nigeria and the adjacent southern Niger are predominantly occupied by the Hausa people. Other African countries apart from Nigeria and Niger, where the Hausas can be found are Sudan, Ghana Cameroon, Eritrea, and Benin. They speak the Hausa language which is the second most spoken language after Arabic, in the Afro-Asiatic language family.
This 7th episode of AfriSQuare chronicles features a discussion and analysis of the marriage rites of the Hausa ethnic group alongside the significance of their marriage rites to their culture and traditions. You will get to see why the Hausa cultural heritage is being preserved for centuries and how the marriage rites contribute to the cultural growth and expansion of the Hausa people.
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