The Komda people are said to be the inhabitants of the present day Kaltungo, before the Tangale (Rogdo), drove them away, to posses the land.Read more "“The Komda People Of Kaltungo”"
The rains are still falling and the month of October practically gone! This out of season natural activity is giving a lot of farmers in my area concern, some are heartbroken, cause they obtained loans for the farming! Rice farmers are not too worried about the rains, but the way a particular type (Jamila rice) was drying before harvest! Could this be the effects of global warming and GMOs’Read more "FARMERS WOES! Global Warming/GMO’s?"
ORIGIN OF THE NAME “TANGALE” The Tangale’s lived mainly in the local governments of Billiri, Kaltungo and Shongom in Gombe state, Nigeria, but they can be found in other parts of the world. The name “Tangale” is said to have been given to the people of my tribe by Fulani herdsmen in the […]Read more "ORIGIN OF THE NAME “TANGALE”"
Pand Kilang Landscape Pand Kilang is the tallest mountain dyke in the north east of Nigeria, measuring approximately 887m above sea level. Due to the wide area it covers, pand Kilang is in Kaltungo local government and the other part in Shongom local government areas of Gombe state.Read more "Pand Kilang Landscape"
CHOICES WE MAKE! There are certain things that are universal. They might be principles or a tangible existence like beauty. In Nigeria, over seventy percent of the population depends on the government for everything, which makes growth and civilization painfully slow. Political offices and plum government positions are the crave of the day! People […]Read more "CHOICES WE MAKE!"
TANGRA AND OTHER TANGALE FESTIVALS OF KALTUNGO PEOPLE By Jerry and Joe Peri An Introduction The Tangale people, mainly spread across three local government areas, Kaltungo, Shongom and Billiri, with some handful found in Akko and Kwame local governments, are found in Gombe State, Nigeria. They are divided into two, Tangale East comprising […]Read more "TANGRA AND OTHER TANGALE FESTIVALS OF KALTUNGO PEOPLE"
REVEALED! Why People Seek MIRACLES!! I remember sometimes back, when we went to a remote place in one of the villages of Billiri, […]Read more "REVEALED! Why People Seek Miracles!!!"