"Medu Neter [Old Egyptian language] was a lingua franca and is genetically related to the Niger-Congo languages including: Wolof, Bantu and Mande group." Clyde Winters
"The Arabian Peninsula was early populated by Black people." Dr. Runoko Rashidi
We can quote them all but few things here:
The first quote, while it doesn't specify ethnicity, does tell us who the ancient Arabians were - "Black people" - which agrees with what is now my routine discussion here. And with evidence that i have been supplying - compelling linguistic facts, i am providing or reinforcing the quote that not only were these early pre'Arab Arabians 'black people' but that they were ethnically Fulbe who called themselves Guray (Quraysh), the settlements or communities in contrast to the Arabe, the immigrants.
The second quote linking Wolof with Medu Neter, the old Egyptian language, which is recognized as having played the role of a lingua franca (universal language of their time) also is highly consistent with what I having been showing here - that the ancient Egyptian language once played the role that is being played today by English and that the obvious relationship between the old Egyptian and many other African languages such as Wolof is both general and indirect.
Mande is related to old Egyptian to the extent that all of Africa's languages are related - but itself is not the old Egyptian spoken by the Anu...
For those who can show that Wolof is related to old Egyptan and are shown that Wolof is derived, in the main, from the Peul-Serer languages, have only one conclusion: to see beyond Wolof...
There is a reason that what the Wolof calls
'nid' is 'nedo' in Pular for person,
'gor' is 'gorko' in Pular for man,
'nag' is 'nage' in Pular for cattle,
'tama' is 'tamaru' in Pular for handheld drum,
'jamma' is 'jam' in Pular for peace,
and this reason is the reason.