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The Sullubawa are a Fulani clan in Northern Nigeria, the current ruling houses of Kano and Katsina belong to the clan and another amongst the four ruling Houses of Zazzau Emirate.

Sullubawa:

The Sullubawa are a Fulani clan in Northern Nigeria, the current ruling houses of Kano and Katsina belong to the clan and another amongst the four ruling Houses of Zazzau Emirate.

They are also found in Kano, Katsina and Sokoto states. They are said to have originated from Futa Toro, in what is now Senegal, and are associated with the Torodbe (Toronkawa). They played a key role in the Fulani Jihad led by Usman dan Fodio, which founded the Sokoto Caliphate. Sullubawa clansmen became “hereditary beneficiaries of all positions of authority in all but one Hausa state”. In the 19th century, the Sullubawa controlled many of the fiefdoms of the Kano Emirate. This changed however following Nigerian Independence in 1960, which saw their influence reduce. Members of the Sullubawa later attained positions of power in the new federal structure of Nigeria.

Notable Sullubawas

Ibrahim Dabo – Emir of Kano (1819–46)
Sarkin Zazzau Abdulsalam – Emir of Zazzau (1853–1863)
Muhammadu Dikko – Emir of Katsina (1906–44)
Usman Nagogo – Emir of Katsina (1944–81)
Muhammadu Sanusi I – Emir of Kano (1953–1963)
Ado Bayero – Emir of Kano (1963–2014)
Musa Yar’Adua – Minister of Lagos Affairs (First Republic), and Matawalle of Katsina
Hassan Katsina – Chief of Army Staff (1966–67), and Governor of Northern Nigeria (1966–67)
Muhammadu Dikko Yusufu – Inspector General of Police (1975–1979)
Shehu Musa Yar’Adua – Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters (1976–1979)
Mohammed Bello – Chief Justice of Nigeria (1987–1995)
Sanusi Ado Bayero – Chiroma of Kano (1990–2015), Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (2015) and Wamban of Kano (2020–present)
Tijjani Hashim – Galadima of Kano (1993–2014)
Umaru Musa Yar’Adua – Governor of Katsina State (1999–2007), and President of Nigeria (2007–2010)
Abdullahi Dikko – Comptroller-General of Customs (2009–2015)
Muhammadu Sanusi II – Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (2009–2014), and Emir of Kano (2014–2020)
Hadiza Bala Usman – Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (2016–present) Aminu Ado Bayero – Emir of Kano (2020–present)

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