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Senegambinea

Democratic Republic of Senegambinea
Djoudj mahbou Ba niokolo koba Zene Gambieyae


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Motto: Dulombi boe, Du kambui, Gola kangari
Freedom, Peace, Liberalism



Location in light blue


Population: 43,233,503


Capital: Aydin
Largest City: Aydin


Official Language: Senegambinean



National Language: Senegambinean


Demonym: Senegambinean

Government: Unitary Parliamentary Presidential Republic
- President: Abdou Sene
- Prime Minister: Khadijatu Senghore
- Speaker: Chenor Kabbah
- Chief Justice: Abdoulaye Mbye


Legislature: Parliament


Formation:
First Kingdom: 2500 BCE
Converted to Islam: 769
Last Kingdom: 1694
British Protectorate Status: 1897
Independence Declared: 1946
Republic: 1946
Current Constitution: 1960

GDP (nominal): $409.302 billion
GDP (nominal) per capita: 11,544


Human Development Index (NS Version): 56.41


Currency: Senegambinean Shilling


Drives on the: Right


Calling code: +221


Internet TLD: .se


Senegambinea

The Democratic Republic of Senegambinea commonly called Senegambinea is a Republic located in West Africa. It is bordered on the north by Mauritania to the east by Mombombu and the Ivory Coast to the south by Prescottia and surrounds Kansala on all sides Senegambinea covers a land area of 524,998 square kilometers and has an estimated population of 41,321,833 Senegambinea comprises of 14 subdivisions.

Senegambinea is one of the oldest civilizations on earth with the settlements along the Blue River Valley region and other costal regions along the coast it was a collection of city-states until the city state of Aydin united the region around 2500 BCE thus beginning Aydin's domination of the country after 3 centuries the Blue River Valley region broke apart into three states named after cities Chaul in the south Tambacounda in the center and what remained of the 1st Kingdom of Senegambinea which was renamed to Aydin all three of these cities are still around today after decades of fighting Tambacounda fell and was split between Chaul and Aydin and the fighting began between the states until Aydin reunified the region by 1000 BCE the second kingdom of Senegambinea was considered a golden age in the nations history the pattern continued years and years after it Senegambinea was converted to Islam by the year 769 and the first mosque in the country where built in Aydin which continued to be the capital and dominator of the countries history the 13th Kingdom of Senegambinea which lived until 1664 when the country split into multiple factions until it was united in 1694 forming the 9th Kingdom which lived until it became a British Puppet State controlled by a puppet monarchy ran by the 10th Kingdom which lived until a native revolution by the Workers Party Of Senegambinea or the KUZ which alligned themselves with the Soviet Union under the rule of General Secretary Mustapha Senghor a civil war broke out in 1960 between tensions between Liberal Democrats and Capitalist Communist and Capitalist fought each other while the Liberals waited for the two factions to weaken the Liberals ended up defeating both factions and after 10 years the war ended it took about 30 years for the largely liberal Senegambineans opened up more to the west and thus has became an American ally but has recently distanced itself from the west in hope of staying neutral

Etymology

the term Senegambinea comes from the words Senegal which means Desert Gambia which means river and Guinea which means mountains

History

City States Era

around 3000 BCE the first settlements along the Blue River Valley where born most of them Farming regions along the floodplain the Blue River floodplain is known for being some of the best land for agriculture in the world independent towns and settlements where formed along the river during the start of the "City States Era" however later on the villages and settlements started to trade with each other one of the most notable of these settlements was Aydin at the mouth of the River in the south and central regions dependence on the river was low but in the north which was mostly desert more and more people depended on the river

one of the City States that didn't was Aydin, Aydin used its geographic position to send not only crops but also fish to the other villages and settlements along the river and its tributaries this made the city influential and it began to win the support of the northern regions the City State had advanced technology and an advanced military for its ancient times it used its position to either cut of trade from a certain village to persuade them to join them or if they didn't join them they would just pillage them if they didn't this manifested in the northern regions of the Blue River floodplain which was dominated by Aydin thus the Kingdom of Senegambia was born with its capital in Aydin the new Kingdom invaded the south while uniting the herding tribes into the Kingdom of Senegambinea also known as the first Kingdom of Senegambinea this by many is considered the start of the Nationstate of Senegambinea and it entered into a golden age of science mathematics political thinking and philosophy this was also the beginning of Aydin's dominance over the region the first King of this unified nation was Ouaga I and he is seen today as the founder of the Senegambinean Identity

1st Senegambinean Breakup

when Douga IV became King of Senegambinea he was known for being an un popular figure among the people though he was loved in the northern part of the country known as the Blue River Delta Region while in the south and central regions he was un popular and thus around 2200 BCE a rebellion had begun in the cities of Chaul and Tambacounda the two cities developed their own states and since Aydin no longer united the region it was changed to the state of Aydin the three states fought each other for many years but would suffer from herding nomadic tribes mostly in the southern region while their were some tribal nomadic invasions around the north after fighting off the herding tribes Tambacounda was invaded by both Chaul and Aydin Tambacounda fell after a week and it was split between Chaul and Aydin at the end of 2000 BCE Chaul was being invaded by herding tribes from the regions of modern day Kansala while Chaul's attention was focused on fighting the tribes Aydin used this to their advantage and invaded Chaul beginning the Wassadougou War using their technological might over Chaul which was more focused on fighting invaders than creating a single Chaulite Culture Aydin used their advantages and defeated Chaul in a decades long war and by 1940 BCE Senegambinea was reunited

2nd Kingdom of Senegambinea

when the second kingdom was established it was considered another golden age of stability for the people and region under the rule of Sanone the Great the kingdom became an empire taking over an annexing much of modern day Mombombu Kansala Prescottia the Ivory coast Mauritania and Ghana the empire annexed these lands using a natural highway as the Volta and Niger Rivers both start in the Guinea Highlands which is where the Blue River began and was controlled by Senegambinea while also following the coast in Mauritania the empire collapsed due to tribal infighting but the main core of the empire was stable the golden age continued until the herding Tuareg Tribes struck and pillaged the kingdom making it apart of Great Berberia 1604 BCE to 1569 BCE Great Berberia collapsed and for Senegambinea it now in an era of tribal infighting the nation broke up into tons of tribal nations and all the tribal nations where at war in a convoluted mess called the Great Senegambinean War which lasted for decades and ended in 1497 BCE after killing 1 million people it was now united into the third Kingdom of Senegambinea but tyrants made it a quick times being the third kingdom such as King Jaffa commonly called Jaffa the Monster and called Jaffa the Jerk by many people today for over 400 years it was back to city states until Chaul rebuilt and took over most of the country even Aydin and the fourth Kingdom of Senegambinea was born after 400 years of being separated the fourth kingdom was known for its peace and neutrality which gave it time to end the separation and re unite its people after another 400 years the Kingdom fell into unrest being occupied and split apart into separate regions the Berber Empire in the north the Ghana Empire in the east and the Fulani Empire in the south

Islamic Senegambinea

when the ruling empires over the region we're converted to Islam so where the local Senegambineans fought the ruling empires and won their independence to establish the third kingdom of the Sanyang Dynasty which mixed Arab Islamic culture with the old Senegambinean Culture this was an overtime process non Muslims in the country felt betrayed by the new Kingdom and staged a revolt against the Muslim Dynasty the majority Muslim population fought back and destroyed the rebellion after the revolt the kingdom would suffer raids from the Tuareg Tribes in the north under the new strict rule of Sulayman II the peace loving stable Muslim kingdom turned into a tyrannical state with Sulayman being called the worst native Senegambinean ruler in history in 1422 the people rose up against Sulayman and after his death the Sanyang Dynasty was replaced by the Kujabi Dynasty

when the Kujabi Dynasty took over after Sulayman's death Ayuba I became a popular leader and was seen as the father of the revolution against the tyrannical Sulayman II starting the 200 years of Kujabi rule what was almost like a golden age the era of 1422 to 1680 was full of stability and cultural happiness starting under the rule of Ayuba IV and ended when Chenor II died with no children thus the people chose their new dynasty they picked a noble family called the Diallo's and the Diallo dynasty now ruled the Diallo's would be the last royal leaders in Senegambinea starting with Alasan I when he died Ayuba V took his place Ayuba V is seen as one of the greatest Senegambinean leaders in history his wisdom helped the country stay together through rare times of stability Ayuba V died in 1773 his reign was followed by kings who participated in the slave trade the British made Senegambinea into British West Africa

Independence

Senegambinean militias formed underground from British rule dedicated for independence and fought their British colonial masters after the second world war by 1946 after year Senegambinea was officialy a communist state under the rule of Mustapha Senghor which ruled for 12 years until a war broke out when the social liberals demanded rights for people and the capitalist American backed Chenor Sillah government and it became a proxy war between the west and the east a after 10 years of harsh fighting the conflict ended not by the west or the east but by the Liberals which waited for the communist and capitalist to be to tired to fight another enemy thus starting the current era of liberal democratic rule of the country

Modern Era

as the war ended Sebegambinea started its era of industrialization to modernize the country the first leader of modern day Senegambinea the first official president of Senegambinea was Adama Marenah and was beloved by the many people of the country for turning the nation from an undeveloped poor nation to an industrialized second world country his policies continued with his successor Tairu Kah who continued his policy and wanted the nation to join the western world order he died in 1994 and was replaced by Jabril Ceesay and then Baluta Nyang in the 2017 election Abdou Sene won a majority and was more in favor of Senegambinea staying neutral in that time he has made Senegambinea into a wealthy peaceful state and has distanced the nation from the west and has formed an Coalition of Neutrality with Switzerland

Geography

Senegambinea is in west africa bordered by Mombombu Kansala Prescottia Mauritania and the Ivory Coast
DESCRIBE CLIMATE

Demographics

Senegambinean people are descendants of ancient Senegambinean peoples having a light brownish skin color similar to modern day mixed race peoples
Population
DESCRIBE POPULATION

Language

the Senegambinean Language is similar to the ancient Senegambinean language but with a few switches and its written in the Latin Script

Religion

Senegambinean religion is Islam specifically the Sunni Branch

Sunni Islam is by far the largest branch of Islam, followed by 8590% of the world's Muslims. Its name comes from the word Sunnah, referring to the behaviour of Muhammad. The differences between Sunni and Shia Muslims arose from a disagreement over the succession to Muhammad and subsequently acquired broader political significance, as well as theological and juridical dimensions. According to Sunni traditions, Muhammad designated Abu Bakr as his successor (the first caliph). This contrasts with the Shia view, which holds that Muhammad announced his son-in-law and cousin Ali ibn Abi Talib as his successor. Political tensions between Sunnis and Shias continued with varying intensity throughout Islamic history and have been exacerbated in recent times by ethnic conflicts and the rise of Salafism and Wahhabism which are seen as extreme by the Senegambinean people

The adherents of Sunni Islam are referred to in Arabic as ahl as-sunnah wa l-jamāʻah ("the people of the Sunnah and the community") or ahl as-Sunnah for short. In English, its doctrines and practices are sometimes called Sunnism,[7] while adherents are known as Sunni Muslims, Sunnis, Sunnites and Ahlus Sunnah. Sunni Islam is sometimes referred to as "orthodox Islam", though some scholars view this translation as inappropriate.

The Quran, together with hadith (especially those collected in Kutub al-Sittah) and binding juristic consensus, form the basis of all traditional jurisprudence within Sunni Islam. Sharia rulings are derived from these basic sources, in conjunction with analogical reasoning, consideration of public welfare and juristic discretion, using the principles of jurisprudence developed by the traditional legal schools. In matters of creed, the Sunni tradition upholds the six pillars of imān (faith) and comprises the Ash'ari and Maturidi schools of Kalam (theology) as well as the textualist school known as traditionalist theology.

Race

Senegambinean people are descendants of ancient Senegambinean peoples having a light brownish skin color similar to modern day mixed race peoples

Largest Cities

Rank

City

Metro area population

State

1

Aydin

12,500,000

Capital

2

Dakar

4,214,376

Dakar

3

Chaul

3,521,791

Highlands

4

Tambacounda

1,867,194

Central valley

5

Tomboleya

1,457,912

South Coast

6

Tagrin

1,045,962

South Coast

7

Louga

967,476

Outer Aydin

8

Banjul

912,601

Gambia

9

Kaolack

879,771

Central Valley

10

Kenema

841,961

Sierra

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