Ahmadu, Sarkin Fulani

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Ahmadu, Sarkin Fulani was a Nigerian politician who represented Sokoto North East in the Nigerian House of Representatives during the nation's independence period. He was also noteworthy as the head of the Sokoto Veterinary dept in the 1950s.

He was born in 1909 to the family of Muhammadu Buhari. After completing his primary education in Sokoto, he worked as a storekeeper and later spent close to 12 years at the Sokoto Provincial Education dept as the head clerk.

He went on a pilgrimage to Mecca in 1952.