Religion in Medieval Africa
Most of Medieval Africa was Islamic, Muslim, or Christian. 13% of Africans were Islamic, 40% were Muslim, and 47% were Christian. In early African history, nobody had a religion. Olaudah Equiano, a member of Igbo, disagreed. He believed that they needed to believe in a god, and believe that everything was created by one person, god. The religious beliefs varied from place to place. A lot of the rulers were converted to Christianity in the 400 ADs.