- Ashanti Confederacy - Kwaku Dua I Panyin, Asantehene (1834–1867)
- Buganda - Mutesa I, King of Buganda (1856–1884)
- Bunyoro - Kyebambe IV, Omukama of Bunyoro (1852–1869)
- Burundi - Mwezi IV Gisabo, King of Burundi (1852–1908)
- Dahomey - Glele, King of Dahomey (1856–1889)
- Ethiopia - Tewodros II, Emperor of Ethiopia (1855–1868)
- Rwanda - Kigeli IV, King of Rwanda (1853–1895)
- Sokoto Caliphate
- Caliph - Ahmad bin Atiku, Sokoto Caliph (1859–1866)
- Grand Vizier - Ibrahim Khalilu, Sokoto Grand Vizier (1859-c.1874)
- Zanzibar - Sayyid Majid bin Said Al-Busaid, Sultan of Zanzibar (1856–1870)
- Zulu - Mpande kaSenzangakhona, King of the Zulu (1840–1872)
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Famous quotes containing the word africa:
“In Africa I had indeed found a sufficiently frightful kind of loneliness but the isolation of this American ant heap was even more shattering.”
—Louis-Ferdinand Céline (18941961)
“I who have cursed
The drunken officer of British rule, how choose
Between this Africa and the English tongue I love?
Betray them both, or give back what they give?
How can I face such slaughter and be cool?
How can I turn from Africa and live?”
—Derek Walcott (b. 1930)