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- proper n. A Chadic language of Nigeria.
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And true, there were all those small pockets of Tarok and Goemai, small subsets of ethnicities.
The high, dry ridges and rocky escarpments of the Middle Belt also provided an ideal defense against Muslim slave raiders for non-Muslim hill people like the Goemai.
Economics lay at the heart of the enmity between the two groups: as merchants and herders, the Muslim Jarawa were much wealthier than the Christian Tarok and Goemai.
Between the iron goalposts milled ethnic Jarawa, principally Muslim merchants and herders; next to them were the Tarok and Goemai, predominantly farmers and Christians.
In the cluster, 25 of the groups are considered least-reached, including the Bade, Goemai, Gera, Karekare and Ngizim.