ABC Africa Ring Mawi

A- Africa is the second largest continent and is where human beings first appeared on earth
B- Both the prime meridian and the equator cut across Africa
C- China is Africa's trade partner
D- During 1525 to 1866 many people were kidnapped to work as slaves
E- Egypt is the place where many people visit the most
F- French is the most spoken language
G- Ghana is one the largest gold producer
H- Hippopotamus is the deadliest animal in Africa and kills more than a crocodile and a lion.
I- Ivory is a creamy-white color that is the main part of a tusk
J- Jaja of Opobo was born in Umuduruoha, Amaigbo and was a merchant prince and the founder of Opobo-city state.
K- One of the King is Mansa Keita was a emperor of Mali. He held many titles
L- Lake Victoria is the largest lakes in Africa and is surrounded by Kenya, Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania, and Egypt
M- Mesozoic Era was when Africa was attached to all continent.
N- Nelson Mendela was born in Madiba, his name was Rolihlahla and attended a school where is his teacher gave him the name, Nelson
O- Oprah Winfrey is a popular talk show and she is also an actress, publisher and producer.
P- Popular sports are cricket and soccer because most people can play those games anywhere
Q- Queen Ahmose-Nefertari ruled from 1709-1638 BC. She was maintained a college priestesses and performed many various civil and religious duties.
R- “Rainbow Nation” is the other nickname for South Africa because it has 11 official languages
S- Sahara is the hottest desert in the world and even bigger than the United States.
T- In Tanzania, the oldest dinosaur bone was discovered but were unearthed.
U- Uganda was called Pearl of Africa because of its magnificence views and it is the youngest country living up to 50 to 60 years old
V- Victoria Falls are formed by the rapids of River Zambezi and this water fall lies between Zambia and Zimbabwe
W- Womans from Mursi Tribe pierce their lips and put plates about 5 inches in diameter
X- Xhosa is a member of a South African people traditionally living in the Eastern Cape Province and they form the largest ethnic group
Y-Y- 41% of Young kids from 5 to 14 are involved in child labor
Z- Zulu means “sky” and their ancestors migrated down to the east and reached South Africa in the Ninth century
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