Mu'azu
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Mu'azu

Muazu was Sultan of Sokoto from 6 April 1877 to 26 September 1881. He was the son of Sultan Muhammed Bello and his wife, Aisha bin Umar al-Kammu.[1]

Life

Muazu lived in Sokoto town before his election and was the first Sultan not to command a ribat on the frontier.[2] He was picked as Sultan over his brother Sa'id based on his seniority.[3] During his reign, he faced a hostile Sabon Birni which Bawa, the emir of Gobir and previous Sultans had subdued, he concentrated on retaking the town but was unsuccessful.

References

  1. ^ Last, Murray. (1967). The Sokoto Caliphate. New York: Humanities Press. p. 122
  2. ^ Last, Murray. p. 123
  3. ^ Njeuma. Fulani Hegemony in Yola (Old Adamawa) 1809-1902. African Books Collective. Retrieved .

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