In 1935, Dr. Anderson made a sleeping sickness survey of the Kudaru District of Zaria Emirate, Northern Nigeria, where he found a high incidence of the disease. In the extreme case of the small hamlet of Sambo, he recorded a 70 per cent, infection rate among the 43 inhabitants.
The writer followed up this survey with an entomological investigation in the late dry season, and paid particular attention to. this hamlet.
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