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The Hausa People (Nigeria)

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The Hausa People (Northern Region)

[Northern Nigeria 1966] by Ivan Sache from [eba94], as Nothern Nigeria (Hausas) - Republic, 1966

The flag of the proposed Hausa dominated state of 1966 as shown in [eba94] consists of five horizontal stripes: red, yellow, BLACK, green, and light brown. Nations Without States describes the 1966 flag adopted by the Hausas as five horizontal stripes: red, yellow, INDIGO BLUE, green and khaki biege:
Ned Smith, 3 March 2001

[Northern Nigeria, 1966] by Ivan Sache, according to Nations without States

The Hausas are the dominant ethnic group in the North of Nigeria (40-45% of the population of the country), with Kano as Capital. In 1966, after an aborted coup, the federal