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HAUSA IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: AN OVERVIEW1
J. PhilipsPublished 2004HistorySudanic Africa
The Romanization of the Hausa language, which has been written in Arabic script since pre-colonial times, as well as the origin of Hausa language examinations for Northern Nigerian civil servants… Expand
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