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Ibibio Brochure
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Ibibio are mostly in Southeastern Nigeria, predominately in Akwa Ibom state and is made up of the related Anaang community, Ibibio community and the Eket and the Oron Communities; although other groups usually understand the Ibibio language. Prior to the existence of Nigeria as a Nation, the Ibibio people were self-governed.

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Idoma Brochure
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They are primarily found in the lower and western areas of Benue State, Nigeria, and kindred groups can be found in Cross Rivers and Nasarawa States in Nigeria. The Idoma are known to be warriors’ and ‘hunters of class, but hospitable and peace loving. The greater part of Idoma land remained largely unknown to the West until the 1920s, leaving much of the colorful traditional culture of the Idoma intact

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Ijaw Brochure
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The Ijaw languages are mainly spoken within the Niger Delta region of Nigeria, specifically in Bayelsa, Delta and Rivers States. Outside of the Niger Delta region, the Arogbo-Ijaw can be found in the riverine area of Ondo State, Nigeria. Many are found as migrant fishermen in camps as far west as Sierra Leone and as far east as Gabon along the Western Africa coastline.

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