Tag: Africa

A History and Culture Hub


Shigowar Turawa Nahiyar Africa wanda a turance muka kira da ‘Europeans in Africa‘ ya kasance wani yanayi wanda Turawa (Europeans) suka samu damar shigowa cikin Nahiyar Africa tare da mamaye nahiyar karkashin ikon su wato a turance colonial domination. Turawa sun fara shigowa cikin Nahiyar Africa tun a karni na sha hudu wato 14th century.…
Read more


Kwame Nkrumah was a Ghanian political leader and statesman who served as the Ghanian first and only Prime Minister from 1952 to 1960, and then a President from 1960 to 1966. Kwame Nkrumah was also a nationalist who led the struggle for the independence of Gold Coast (now Ghana) from the British colonial rule until…
Read more


Neman Yancin Africa wanda a turance ake kira da African nationalism wani lokaci ne da yan Africa suka dinga yin gwagarmaya ko fafutuka domin yantar da kasashen su daga mulkin mallaka na Turawa. Neman yancin Africa ya fara ne tun daga misalin karshen karni na 19 zuwa cikin karni 20. Bayan Yakin Duniya na biyu…
Read more


INTRODUCTION African Countries except Ethiopia and Liberia were colonized by the European powers. Since the 19th century Africa has been under the European domination until the mid-20th century when the Africans awakened and fight for self-determination. 1- Algeria became independent on July 5th, 1962 from France 2- Angola became independent on November 11th; 1975 from…
Read more


Berlin Conference of 1884-1885 was an international meeting of the European nations who met in the German city of Berlin to discuss the issue on how to get a sphere of influence over the whole of African continent. Historically, it was obvious that since the beginning of the 19th century when the Atlantic slave trade…
Read more


The most significant period in history when the Europeans started to have contacts with Africa was during the European Age of Exploration, a period when the European explorers embarked on the task of finding other parts of the world, especially a sea route to India. The first Europeans to have contacts with Africa were the…
Read more