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Awon Sulluba tabi Sisulbe jẹ ẹya Fulani ti o ni ifihan pataki ni itan ninu Jihad ti Usman dan Fodio ti o da Ẹlẹda Sokoto.[1][2] Awon ile-ọba o jẹ olori ti Emirate Kano ati Emirate Katsina; bakanna bi Emirate Ringim ati Emirate Karaye jẹ ti abi ati kaadi miiran laarin awọn ile-ọbi mẹrin ti Emirate Zazzau.[3] A tún rí wọn ní ìpínlẹ̀ Kano, Jigawa, Katsina àti Sokoto.

Awọn baba-mimọ ti awọn Sullubawa jẹ bilād as-sūdān (بلاد السودان) (Sullubawa ni Hausa, Sullpe ni ede Fulani) jẹ awọn ọmọ ti Ahmed Bah باه (ọkan ninu awọn mẹrin ti Oquba Bin Nafah Alfehri الفهري عقبة بن نافع ọmọ ati awọn ọmọ ogun ẹgbẹrun meji (Faman ti o gbe ni Silla) ni odo Niger ni igbeyawo pẹlu awọn olugbe abinibi wọn pin si awọn ẹya 18 diẹ ninu wọn jẹ: Yallabi yلبي Wlrapi ولربي Sall سال Sullupe Sullubawaسولوبي , Tarnapi تانرابي Oranbi, wallabi ati awọn ẹka 80 ti o jọmọ wọn.[4]

Sullupi سل , sلب سلسل ti ẹ̀yà Fulani ṣí kúrò ní Tur Sinai طور سيناء movie tí wọ́n fi ń pè Futa Toro fọ́tà tù , èyí tí àwọn agbègbè Fulani kan gbà gbọ́ pé ó jẹ́ láti ibẹ̀ ni wọ́n ṣí lọ sí Ilẹ̀ Hausa wá gbé ní Gerderga قيدقند laarin Jammalwal جماألوال àti Ged (àríwá Niger àti àríwá Nàìjíríà) àti ojú ẹ̀yà wọn ni (Bah) به باه .Fulani Sullupi wà ni agbegbe Macina Masina pẹlu awọn ọmọ ẹgbẹ ti wọn pẹ ki awọn wọn de ti mì Sheikh Ahmed Lobo.[5]

Wọn jẹ ẹka akọkọ ti awọn baba El-Faman ti Red Fulani ti Western Sudan ti awọn ọmọ ogun funfun ti o wa lati Ariwa Afirika ti wọn si gbe si Silla lati ọdun 739 AD [6]

Wọn sọ pe wọn ti wa lati Futa Toro, ni orilẹ- ede Senegal ni bayi, ati pe wọn jẹ ibatan pẹlu Torodbe (Toronkawa) lati ọdọ Sissilo, ọkọ Cippowo, arabinrin ti baba Uthman Toroddo ti Usman dan Fodio .

Sullubawa ba awọn aaye Hausa ja ni jihad ti Usman dan Fodio dari.[7] Wọn di “fẹ anfani ajogunba ni gbogbo awọn ipo wọn ni gbogbo ayafi awọn Hausa kan”.[8] Idile naa orisirisi orisirisi awọn fiefdoms ti Emirate Kano ni ọrundun 19th.[9] Wọ́n ni anfani lati awọn apo-iwe ati ofin aiṣe-taara eyiti o rii pe ipa wọn pọ si.[10] Sullubawa nigbamii ti gba awọn ipo ti agbara agbara ominira;[11] pẹlu sisọ ninu wọn Umaru Musa Yar'Adua ti o di Aare Naijiria.[12]

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  1. https://www.kanoemirate.org/new/pdfs/Origin_of_Sullubawa.pdf
  2. http://archive.org/details/emiratesofnorthe0000ahmk
  3. "Ẹda pamosi" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2021-01-03. Retrieved 2024-01-23. 
  4. Aldali, Alhadl (2009). Fulani Tribe (in Arabic) (2009 ed.). Benghazi: Dar Alkutob Alwatania. pp. 3, 12. ISBN 978-9959-22-486-6.
  5. Kamara, Mussa Ahmed (2010). History of Sudanese (in Arabic) (2010 ed.). Kuwait: Al-Babitain Foundation. pp. 621, 234.
  6. Monteil, Charles (in French). Réflexions sur le problème des Peul. 
  7. https://www.kanoemirate.org/new/pdfs/Origin_of_Sullubawa.pdf
  8. https://books.google.com/books?id=cYAVGA2P_p8C&pg=PA91
  9. https://books.google.com/books?id=ml2OAAAAMAAJ
  10. https://books.google.com/books?id=sd4gnqTZ8IUC&pg=PA13
  11. African Experience: Volume One. Northwestern University. 1969. pp. Evanston, Illinois, 60201.
  12. Umar Mani, Sani Ibrahim (2012). Salsala da Rassan Zuriyar Sullubawan Gidan Sarkin Tafarki Muhammadu Dahiru na Katsina. Zaria, Nigeria: Ahmadu Bello University Press Limited. p. 412. ISBN 978-978-125-286-0.

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