Naked niger

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People have all kinds of reactions to Nigerians being naked in — get over it; in most parts of Nigeria, at that time, being naked was common. I started primary school in Enugu in I left home at 6. Agbani, Ogbete, Asata, Uwani are Enugu districts surrounded by villages of the various ethnic groups who brought in food items to the Ogbete market daily. On my way to school and back, it was common to see boys and girls and women naked carrying foodstuff, firewood, fruits, etc, to the markets. In , the District Officer published an order banning naked people from coming into Enugu — that is markets and various parts of the town.

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Awolowo and Niger Delta naked childrenOpinion — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

They are a forgotten tribe satisfied with their simple way of life and their lack of governmental support for a sustainable community. The Kambari people do not speak English or Hausa, but speak their native Kambari. They stay in their small communities and only interact with others when they have to go to the farm and market. Nudity as a culture was passed down to them by their ancestors and is a part of them they aren't willing to let go of.

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And they have held tenaciously to this for decades of their existence. A journey from Minna, the state capital, to this very remote part of the state is about kilometres, passing through four local government areas, all in Niger North Senatorial District. First, a journey to these communities in Rijau LGA from Kontagora, the neighboring local government, which is about kilometres, tells a story of a people forgotten and abandoned by government, with no single social amenity, except a hand pump borehole sunk by an NGO. Again, a minute journey from Rijau, the local government headquarters, to these communities on a bumpy and rocky road, easily accessed only by motorcycles, can make someone to conclude that the people belong to an entirely different continent and age. Interestingly, it is the home of the Kambari people, cut off from the rest of the world to practice their cultural beliefs and way of life, which they cherish, and it has remained unique to them.
Above is a photograph of Chief Obafemi Awolowo with naked children. People have all kinds of reactions to Nigerians being naked in — get over it, in most parts of Nigeria, at that time, being naked was common. I started primary school in Enugu in