The Nomadic Culture of the Fulani of Africa June 28, 2016 09:15

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The Fulani people are one of the largest ethno-linguistic groups in Africa. They live across West Africa, from Lake Chad, in the east, to the Atlantic ocean.

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Originally, a pastoral society, the Fulani's lives revolve around the needs of their cattle. They wonder in nomadic groups, making temporary camps. Some of their diary products are are exchanged at markets for cereal foods. In Nigeria, the Fulani can be seen trekking through different states and cities, so that their cattle can graze.