This paper examines the early history of the Ngamo people in Ndokto Fara, Fika Local Government Area of Yobe State, Nigeria. The objective of this paper centres on their history and some traditional ways of life before the coming of Islam. Archaeological methods adopted in the research include; collection of oral information from the people of the area and archaeological survey. There are twoversions of migration among the Ngamowa’s which both link to Kanem Bornu as their ancestral homeland. Over the years, there were massive movement of hunters/gatherers and pastoralists from the Chad Basin down to Kanem and to other far and nearby locations in search for fertile land, firewood and security. This paper therefore, documents versions of these traditions and some traditional ways of life for better understanding and reconstruction of aspects of their past life ways.
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