Sulayman Nyang

Professor of African Studies at Howard University

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Professor of African Studies at Howard University and an internationally recognized scholar on Islam in Africa, who has written and edited several books, including Islam, Christianity, and African Identity; former consultant to the World Bank and United Nations Development Program

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