Gonal Fulfulde ndeer gannde kese

Fulfulde e gannde kese, ko tiitoonde winndannde nde wiɗtooɓe ɗiɗo (2) misranaaɓe hawtiti winndi, ɓen ngoni : Dr. Aadel Usmaan Imam Ayat, jannginoowo ɗemɗe afrik, to Duɗal Ɗemɗe e Eggo (faculté de Jokkito »

Ciimtol FPU & FPUNA nder Washington: 7, 8 & 9 lewru Morso (July), 2017

Taariika Fulɓe Progressive Union (FPU) ko mojobere daraniinde fiyaakuuji renndo e pinal. Ko e hitaande 1966 nde sincaa e nder Sarlon. Innde mayre aranere nden fewndo nde sincaa ko Fullah Youth Organization Jokkito »

Nafitorgol karallaaji kesi fii jannugol Fulfulde

 Gila internet layi, humindiri jamaaji ɗin, wontuno laawol lumbinirngol miijooji e eɓɓooje, maandinirngol jannde e gannde. Ko e ngol laawol kadi yimɓe ɓen waɗti daɗndirde ngaddamaakuuji maɓɓe e finaa-tawaaji maɓɓe, seɓitoriiɗi mulugol. Jokkito »

Miijo: Yahugol njananiri fii ɗaɓɓere e nguu jamaanu hannde!

Fulɓe wi’i: « Mo haylaaki o haylay hoore ». Ndee tiitoonde yahugol njananiri fii ɗaɓɓere e nguu jamaanu hannde no hitti fota fota, teeŋtinii wonande sukaaɓe wontirɓe hiirnaange Afrika (west Africa), sabu yaltugol fii Jokkito »

Fulɓe e Luumol nder Najeeriya

Joomirawo waddii jamanu ko halli to Fulɓe Najeeriya: Na’i amen keeñi. Iyaalu ɗuuɗi. Ko ɗuuɗi nder sukaaɓe amen accii durngol ngam na’i keppaama – ɓe ngalaa ilmu, ɓe ngalaa sanaa’a, faa woɓɓe Jokkito »

 

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Report about The Cultural day: « Fulbe language and Culture and other African languages »

This Cultural day organized in collaborating with Kawtal J.P.F e leyɗe Arab and African Research and Studies Institute in Cairo University, the main object was for showing of how Fulani culture and language are important, because the Fulani language is one of the major African languages.

Customs and Traditions: Ignoring them disconnects you with your roots and your past

In the African continent, there are multiple languages, customs and traditions. Each ethnic group has its culture that makes it unique. For example, in some cultures, the youth bows when offering something (e.g. a drink) to the elders. They would normally not look straight into the elders’ eyes, which is in their culture is a sign of respect. It is also a custom to go and greet the elders in the morning and in the evening.

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