The Hausa are one of the largest Ethnic groups in Africa. The group is spreadout in countries such as Nigeria, Niger, Benin, Saudi Arabia. Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Ghana, Chad, Sudan, Togo, Gabom, Algeria, Congo and Birkina Faso.

The Afro-Asiantic speaking ethnic group are know for their beautiful and often flamboyant gowns known as »Babban Riga« and robe called »Jalabia«. The large flowing gowns often feature some elaborate embroidery designs, especially around the neck.

Hausa people were famous throughout the middle ages riding traditional camels and horses.