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Lesoto (òrere Kingdom of Lesotho me usem uket-chieen̄, mè ire Naha ea Lesotho me usem Sotho) ìre ido emen ido eyi Afirika Osiki otapbe ikana. Îre ido ogoon̄ ogoon̄ òkup me Ogoon̄ Maloti. Ogoon̄ òbebene ichit me Afirika Agan̄ Osiki ìkup me emen kan̄.[1] Okike ijọn̄ ido Lesoto obenbe ìsa sọntiik inu imin iraka 30,000 km². Otu-ifuk ebi ìkup me emen mîso efie iba. Ama-ibot kan̄ mè ama òmimin ichit ìre Maseru. Usem ekitumu me emen do ya ìre Sesoto mè Uket-chieen̄.

Egop Lesoto
Iman̄ Ido Lesoto
Okwa Ido
Ogugo-ijọn̄ Lesoto (ere îkupbe me linyọn̄)

Me adasi mgbọ, Lesoto ìkup me irak mkpulu-usun̄ Biriten; ekekigwen ido ya Basutolan [Basutoland], ire, ema etutumu isibi me òso usen ini me Ọkitoba 1966 ibe ke ema mîkaan̄ lek isibi itele mkpulu-usun̄ Yuu-kè. Mgbọ keyi, îre ido òkikpulu lek kan̄, mè ire si ge me lek ido ìkup me Yuu-en, Commonwealth, Ntitiin̄ Afirika mè Southern African Development Community (SADC). Erieen̄ ya Lesoto ìsibi Ijọn̄ ebi Soto.[2][3]

Adasi ebi ìluluk me ere ya ìre Ebi San. Mêkọt imun̄ ubọk ikwaan̄ ewuuk kiban̄ ochonbe ikana otutuuk agan̄ ya.[4]

Otoko mè Usem[edit | edit source]

Ìsik inen morebe otutuuk ebi ido ya ere ebi Basoto [Basotho]. Akọp irek onaan̄ge mè onaan̄ge mè okpọkọ jaaba (99.7%) ìre etumu ibe ke ema ìre ebi Basoto. Me ikeya, Lesoto ìre ge me lek ido inen mè inen me Afirika ìrere <nation state>, eyi ebi otoko ge gaalek ewabe ichit, mè ikaan̄ si usem ge. Owuwa okike ijọn̄ ìkup me etete ido mè ido mgbọ keyi ìre ebi ibot mkpulu-usun̄ esun̄, eya orọ, owuwa okike ijọn̄ cha kpeje itat mèlek okike òkup me oka mgbọ me etete otoko mè otoko sabum ebi mkpulu-usun̄ enube.[5] Ebi kè ofifi asabọn otoko ìkup me Basoto ìre ebi Bafokeng, Batloung, Baphuthi, Bakuena, Bataung, Batšoeneng, mè Matebele. Usem Sesoto [Sesotho] ore usem mkpulu mè usem ebi ido ya ekitumu me uwu.

Erumfaka[edit | edit source]

Ebi ìkgọọk erumfaka Kiristien me ido yi mîwa iraka akọp irek onaan̄ge mè go me efit (95%).[6] Me etete keya, ebi Purọtesitan ìre akọp mè irek jeeta mè nchọi iba me efit me lek ebi ido ya; ebi Pentikọs ìre akọp mè irek go mè nchọi ini me efit (15.4%); ebi Angilikan ìre irek go mè nchọi ita me efit (5.3%), sà ofifi ebi Kiristien ere irek ge mè nchọi jeeta me efit (1.8%).[7] Ebi Katọlik ìre akọp irek ini mè onaan̄ge mè nchọi ini me efit (49.4%) me lek ebi ido ya. Ebi ìkigọọk erumfaka echi ekarege Kiristien ìre gaalek irek onaan̄ge mè nchọi gweregwen me efit (9.6%) me lek ebi ido ya, sà ebi kpekigọọk erumfaka geege ire irek ofok mè nchọi iba me efit (0.2%) me lek ebi ìluk me ido ya.[8]


Nrọnnye[edit source]

  1. Maloti Mountains, Britannica
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  4. Walsham How, Marion (1962). The Mountain Bushmen of Basutoland. Pretoria: J. L. Van Schaik Ltd.
  5. Boyd, J. Barron (December 1979). "African Boundary Conflict: An Empirical Study". African Studies Review. 22 (3): 1–14. doi:10.2307/523892. ISSN 0002-0206. JSTOR 523892. S2CID 145722128.
  6. "Table: Christian Population as Percentages of Total Population by Country". Pew Research Center. 19 December 2011. Archived from the original on 11 May 2017. Retrieved 21 April 2018.
  7. "Lesotho". Association of Religion Data Archives. 2015. Retrieved 18 May 2020.
  8. "Lesotho". Association of Religion Data Archives. 2015. Retrieved 18 May 2020.