A Look At Nsibidi: The Long Lost Nigerian Writing

Long before the Europeans and what is today known as the western civilization came to West Africa, the Ekoi (Ejagham) people in present-day Nigeria...

In Iraq, Women Are Married Off As Restitution For War Between Tribes

Two weeks into Mariam's forced marriage to her cousin according to Iraqi tribal custom, she desperately doused herself in fuel, flicked on a lighter...

Traditional Festivals And The Importance Of Easter In Nigeria

A country like Nigeria, diverse in culture, religion and ethnicity requires tolerance from her inhabitants to accommodate the different religious and traditional festivals that...

Nigerian Pianists Celebrate International Piano Day

Today, March 29, marks the International Piano Day. It’s an annual worldwide celebration of the Piano - the most versatile musical instrument, piano music,...

Interesting Things To Know About The Famous “Fattening Room”

When it comes to body goals in this new era, becoming “fat” doesn’t appear on the list. However, these clans – Kalabari, Efik, Ibibio...

Books From Nigerian Women Authors To Read To Celebrate Women’s History Month

The month of March is Women’s History Month, which commemorates and highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. Incidentally,...

The Asian Tribe Where They Interact By Whistling

You might be wondering "are there really people who communicate by whistling?" and the answer is affirmitive. The Hmong are an ethnic group located...

Discover The Normadic Filipino Tribe Where They ‘Live’ Underwater

The Sama-Bajau are traditionally from the many islands of the Sulu Archipelago in the Philippines, coastal areas of Mindanao, northern and eastern Borneo, the...

The Remote South Pacific Island Where They Worship Planes

After a group of indigenes saw their first plane fly over Vanuatu, a remote island in the South Pacific of Australia, during the Second...

A Brief Profile Of The Igbo People Of Jamaica

Wah gwaan bredrin, everyting ire? Ever heard the word “red eboe” in Jamaica? Your suspicion is true. “Red eboe” was used to refer to...
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