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Gand'oki. Gand'oki was created by the Nigerian author Bello Kagara and appeared in Gand'oki (1934). In the 19th century Gand'oki is a brave young Hausa from Kontagora, in northern Nigeria, who opposes the arrival of the British military and the imposition of British rule. He fights against the British, who are White Perils, and when the ruler of the city of Kano orders the Hausa to surrender, Gand'oki refuses, and with his brave son Garba Gagare fights a last battle, at Bima Hill, against the British. They both fall asleep, and when they awaken they are in an Africa with jinn and other mythical creatures. Gand'oki and his son fight various battles, successfully, while also converting many people to Islam. They eventually return home.
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