King Hannibal was a Carthaginian army General Commander – in – Chief born in 247 BC in Carthage(today Tunisia). During the First Punic War between 264 and 241 BC his father, Hamilcar Barca, was a prominent Carthaginian Leader.
Tenkamenin ‘King of Golden Kingdom of Ghana’ One of Great Models of African Rule (1037-1075 A.D.)
Meet Tenkamenin, the King of the People. Tenkamenin ruled from 1062 until 1076 in what is modern-day Ghana-who would have known right? Throughout Tenkamenin’s brief reign Ghana reached great heights.
Mansa Musa I was born in Mali, West Africa in 1280, to Faga Laye (his father). In several different scripts, his name was documented as Kankou Musa, Kankan Musa, and Kanku Musa meaning “Musa whose mother was Kankou.” The wife of Mansa(King) Musa I was called Inari Kunate.
Born Nzinga Mbemba, King Alfonso I was the ruler of the Kongolese people in the early sixteenth century. He reigned over the Kongo Empire from 1509 to late 1542 or 1543. Mbemba created a good commercial connection with the Portuguese, and embraced Catholicism as a result of this relationship.
Kingdom of Nubia, centered in Sudan and Southern Egyptian Nile valleys, was indeed an ancient Kingdom of Kush. After last year’s fall of the Late Bronze Age and the breakdown of the New Kingdom of Egypt, the Kushite period of rule was established in Nubia. Throughout its early stage, Kush
Ile Ife is a former Yoruba city in Southwest Nigeria, it is also known as Ife. Ile Ife is said to have been recorded in about 500 B.C. When it was founded, and is Yoruba’s oldest city. IFE became part of Osun State and has an estimated population of 501,000