Wasulunka

Categories: Ethnicities

Living and cultivating rice and peanuts in the Wasulu region of south-western Mali, and some accross the border in Guinea and the Ivory Coast, the Wasulunka speak a language on the fringe of Mande languages. They are said to have originally been part of the Fula people who were conquered by Samory Touré’s Wassoulou empire.

Synonyms:
Wassalunke, Ouassoulounke
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