It is an interesting topic.<quoted text>
It's a rather interesting topic,
Pre-Colonial Rukwa: Ngoni Raiders, Arab Traders, and "Little Wars"
The first Ngoni warriors invaded southern Tanzania in the late 1830s, setting the stage for an extremely violent nineteenth century.The Ngoni are typically described as having an origin in southern Africa.Using infantry techniques developed by Zulu warriors, they made their way into what is now Tanzania in the 1830s from bases in Malawi.As Koponen notes, though, presumably as with other marauders in nineteenth century Tanzania, the Ngoni (also called Watuta) were warriors who had origins in many places. Indeed, Koponen believes that only a few hundred of the 16,000-20,000 invading Ngoni in the early nineteenth century actually originated in South Africa.As with ruga-ruga, most Ngoni were refugees, former slaves, conquered peoples, adventurers and others who had joined for any number of reasons as the invaders pushed northward.
So most Ngoni people were former slaves, refugees and conquered!? O_o
Meanwhile delusional psychopathic Eurofcks like Barros want us to believe they are the most vicious people.-__-