Hausa People do not spray perfumes, they fumigate their body.
Hausas have the most beautiful women in Sub-saharan Africa. Fact! Go around and take samples if you doubt me. Don’t doubt, just believe it.
Hausa people are wonderfully good at anything they choose to do. Example: Mai Shayi, Mai Suya or just managing a small kiosk.
They are the most modest of the three major tribes. Even the men get to dress in free-flowing gowns (Babban riga and Jalabia). They are elaborate yet conservative.
Hausa people form the largest percentage of Nigeria’s population. Which offers credible reason for why they are the most influential people in the land.
The most popular car brand driven by Hausas are Honda. The Hausas are naturally born Horsemen! Horses are highly valued by the Hausa people, it shows status and affluence.
Hausa people trade essentially in valuables: gold, precious stones, money, etc. They are the real Barter kings.
Hausa people enjoy living the communal life. They like to eat together, live together, etc.
They are not fans of male circumcision. They just let it hang…
They are some of the most courageous people around, perhaps it is the reason why most security agents (just putting it lightly) in Nigeria are Hausa men.
They have one of the most authentic form of African make-up with the likes of tiro and lalei (or Henna).
Do not ask too many questions about the name or colour of the food, so much varieties that even them don’t know it all. Just eat! Gad damn it!
It’s only among Hausas that when you price a wrist-watch, the mallam will first tell you N5,500, but you will end up buying it for N750.
At this point, it’s important to know that the typical Hausa man is quite Romantic. I guess that’s why their movies are our closest equivalent to Bollywood.
When you attend an Hausa marriage, it’s very hard to distinguish between the little bride and the main bride. #OkBye
An Hausa man will never want someone else’s money in their business. They are generally transparent and sincere with profits.
You do not have to pray on the Hausa Suya before eating. It is a special mutation.