Home HISTORY THE NGONI MIGRATION (O LEVEL) EFFECTS OF NGONI They caused wide spread loss of lives leading to depopulation in some areas. The Ngoni migration was primarily caused by Shaka’s expansionist wars. He had embarked on an a vigorous policy of expanding his empire at the expense of. Explain the causes of the Ngoni migration. Reasons for the Ngoni migration. The Ngoni migrated due to the tyrannical and dictatorial rule of.

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They moved to Tanzania from Natal and Swaziland between and due to the Mfecane time of trouble.

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Things were made worse by 10 years with much less rain. They often fought on their feet and in open areas for easy movement. To locate the different relevant physical features e. Write a story about the course of the Ngoni migration and settlement on a piece of paper. They migrated due to their spirit of cattle rustling, i.

His group divided in two. They developed better weapons. Map of Ngoji showing Ngonj migration and settlement. What were the effects of the Ngoni settlement on the people of East Africa. This was because the Ngoni used surprise attacks. General knowledge of the Bantu migration.

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This led to the great migration called the “Mfecane”which meant the “great scattering”.

Reasons for the Ngoni migration.

What was this thing floating in the water? It could also have been due to overstocking of their animals as they were having spirit of cattle rustling, i. They could not produce their own food. The other group fled northwards to Morogoro and these came to be the Mbuga Ngoni and others scattered to Tunduru, Masaai and Newale.

Their movement led to the rise of ambitious men like Mirambo, Nyunguyamawe who copied their tactics and created their empires. Describe who the Ngoni were and identify the area where they came from.

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Many small Ntemi chiefdoms came together united and formed larger political units under strong leaders to fight the Ngoni e. Shaka and the Zulu Wars. Other leaders included Chief Maputo and Zulu Gama. The Tuta Ngoni on their movement northwards, disrupted the trade particularly between Tabora and Ujiji.

Would an Obama nation cause mass migration? He had embarked on an a vigorous policy of expanding his empire at the expense of his neighbors. They crossed River Zambezi mkgration 19th November solar eclipse daytravelled through Malawi and finally settled around Ufipa Fipa plateau in The Hehe under Mkwawa were able to resist the Germans. They were attracted to this area here because of the many herds of cattle around.

After this story, assign them the following duties. For example, the Yao lost their lands to the Ngoni and were forced to settle in unfavorable areas.

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Disunity among the East African people living in isolated societies, made it easy for the Ngoni to defeat them. They were attracted to this area here because of the many herds of cattle around. But he spent the rest of his life fighting other tribes for survival. This group took the young Mirambo captive in Bugomba and disrupted trade caravans between Tabora and Ujiji. The food for the warriors was provided by others. Increased knowledge of military tactics by the age regiments: His cruelty was shown when he lost his mother, and put people dauses severe signs of mourning.

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They migrated because of the spirit for Adventure. Nulla elementum viverra pharetra. The leaders wanted to take over power in the areas they defeated, which was not acceptable to Shaka forcing some groups to migrate to other areas.

The Ngoni found themselves moving northwards into East Africa. What were the effects of the Ngoni settlement on the people of East Africa.

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