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[1][2][3]Shehu Usman Dan Fodio Usman dan fodio sha chasambo yim miyon luko uwun bǝ lan kintawu jimada gaji bǝ lan suro saa duwun yar tulurin fiwun diyon bǝ lan. Suro bula marratta bǝ lan nasha Agadez bǝ lan cidi nijar bǝn.

Uthman Dan Fodio
human
Sex or gendermale Edit
Country of citizenshipSokoto Caliphate Edit
Given nameOsman Edit
Noble titlesultan Edit
Date of birth15 December 1754 Edit
Place of birthGobir Edit
Date of death1817 Edit
Place of deathSokoto Edit
SiblingAbdullahi dan Fodio Edit
ChildAbu Bakr Atiku, Muhammadu Bello, Nana Asma’u Edit
Languages spoken, written or signedEnglish, Arabic, Hausa, Fula Edit
Writing languageHausa, Fula, Arabic Edit
Occupationwriter, philosopher, poet Edit
Position heldSultan of Sokoto Edit
Ethnic groupFulbe people Edit
Religion or worldviewIslam Edit
Described at URLhttps://www.tekstowo.pl/wykonawca,niger.html Edit

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yim findin bǝ lan kintawu shahul bǝ lan suro saa duwun yar uskun miyon tulurin bǝ lan (1817).bula sokoto bǝ lan bawono.Su Usman bin fodio su Arabic bǝ. Fodio kalma jiri fulata bǝ ma,ana Taktima. Su baan nzu bǝ malum Muhammed. Su yan nzu bǝ maluma Maimunatu. durin nzu nguu mbeji. sandi findin tulurin kozana kamuwan nzu niyayǝ sandi usku. Awo sha siki kamuwa usku niyazina dǝ duma yǝ nozuyi.suro durin nzu yǝn guda indi nbeji sunza dina yǝ notunams. Fal konga fal kamu. Su konga di yǝ Muhammed Bello. Su kamu di yǝ NaNa Asma,u. Mujaddadi au Shehu Usman dan fodio bǝ lan sunzu notunaman shima kura fuwutuma au Taktima adin kir musulum bǝ lardi afuno bǝ. Dan fodio malum kura kir musulum bǝ attǝyǝ kureman kakkadi rowotuma. Shima daular fulata bǝ burozu koksi lardi afuno bǝ lan. Malum fulata bǝ zauro awo lardi fuwutu bǝ amziro kudo suraana .shima karabka khalifancin sokoto bǝ burozu koksu

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  1. Loimeier, Roman (2011). Islamic Reform and Political Change in Northern Nigeria. Northwestern University Press. p. 21. ISBN 978-0-8101-2810-1.
  2. http://www.africa.upenn.edu/Articles_Gen/Uthm_Fodio.html
  3. http://www.onlinenigeria.com/links/tarabastateadv.asp?blurb=368