Kingdoms of Africa
By taj darkazalli
The kingdom of Ghana
The government of Ghana was unitary presidential constitutional republic , meaning that the President is both the head of state and the head of government.
The economy of Ghana, has a diverse and rich resource base with a primary manufacturing and exportation of digital technology goods combined with automotive and ship construction and exploration, as well as exportation of diverse and rich resource hydrocarbons, industrial minerals among many others makes Ghana attain one of the highest GDP per capita in Africa.
The Empire of Ghana fell because the Arabs came in from North America and invaded. This was one of the factors that lead to the slow decline of Ghana. Another was the Almoravids. They took over the trading route.
The government of Mali is Unitary state, Semi-presidential system, Republic
Meaning It means that the government makes all of the rules and it is controlled by a president and another leader in power.
The Economy of Mali is based to a large extent on agriculture, with a mostly rural population, many of whom are engaged in subsidence agriculture mali is among the ten poorest nations in the world
Mali's fall was due to the weakness of the leader that took the place of Mansa Musa, Mali's most powerful leader who died in 1337.
The Songhai Empire was in Africa in North-West of Nigeria but moved up to West of Sudan.
The economy of the Songhai Empire was very strong and efficient. The city of Jenne was the center of trade, located in the middle of the empire.
The empire fell when it split into many smaller kingdoms.