Hey buddies, this session is going to be quite interesting as we will be showcasing various outfits with respect to the traditional outfit of your Nigerian ethnic group.
*Yoruba Found in Oyo, Ondo, Ogun, Osun, Lagos, Kwara, Ekiti and the Benin Republic.
*Izon/Ijaw Man – Ijaws are mostly found in the Niger Delta Region. Bayelsa, Rivers, Edo, Akwa Ibom, Calabar, Delta, Abia, Ondo. – Etibo is the essential outfit for a riverine Man
*The Kalabari People (Found in Rivers state). They have this love for Indian wrappers. They are always richly dressed as such that they always detail coral beads in their outfit.
*Benin– we are the Bini speaking people, Africa’s richest Culture and Ancient Empire. When the Europeans first came to our shores, they found our architecture to be developed as their own cities (then) We reigned supreme.
The Oba of Benin is the traditional ruler of the Edo people and all
*Ikwerre is one of the largest ethnic nationality in present day Rivers State. It is made up of not less than four major Local Government Areas and occupies the largest land mass in Rivers state.
*Tiv (or Tivi)[ is an
*The Efik/Ibibio people are found predominantly in Akwa Ibom state and is made up of the related Anaang community, the Ibibio community, the Eket and Oron Communities. The Ibibio are a people of Nigeria. They are related to the Anaang and Efik peoples. During
*The Igbo people. Igbo states in Nigeria are Anambra, Abia, Imo, Ebonyi, and
*Idomas are indigenes of Benue State in North-central Nigeria, by the South-eastern flank of the region. Known to be the second largest ethnic group in the state and occupying nine local government areas, they are not only humble in nature but are also hospitable. Little wonder visitors enjoy visiting their land which stretches from the southern banks of the River Benue to the northern fringes of Igboland.
*The Idomas are not only humble in nature but are also hospitable. Little wonder visitors enjoy visiting their land which stretches from the southern banks of the River Benue to the northern fringes of Igboland. Traditional attire Idomas are uniquely identified by their red and black native attire which they proudly adorn themselves with. History shows that the traditional fabric
*Hausa people have the largest tribe in Nigeria. They are known for rich history, order and culture and belief system. The Hausa tribe is a diverse but culturally homogeneous people based primarily in the Sahelian and Sudanian areas of northern Nigeria and southeastern Niger, with significant numbers also living in parts of Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Chad, Togo, Ghana, and Sudan. Hausa have a narrow choice of dressing options. The men’s traditional attire includes unique attires called Babban Riga that is commonly paired with