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Meet The Northern Nigerian Tribe, Where Women Are Not Allowed To Wear Clothes (Photos below)



I presume that by now, you may be wondering the kind of tribe in Nigeria that would not be allowing their women to wear clothes. However, if you have a conviction that as long as we are in a civilised era, that all places on earth is now civilised, I put it to you that you have the wrong concept.

In Nigeria, some may think that the only tribe we have in our country is only the Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo, however, permit me to disclose to you that Nigeria is blessed with hundreds number of different tribes, with their diverse traditional practices.

Nevertheless, in this article, we consider a tribe in the Northern part of the country, where women are not allowed to wear clothes, as it is against their belief.

The Koma tribe is a Nigerian Tribe that is located in the Northern part of the country, in the Northern region of Adamawa State. Probably, it may sound unbelievable to you, as the women should at least be timid enough to eradicate such practices from their tradition, but their belief have it that, anytime they would wear clothes, they would incur the wrath of the gods upon them, which may bring barreness or death upon them.

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Moreover, despite the fact that the world is becoming modernized, the people of Koma are still practicing this tradition and I don’ t think that they are ready to abolish it anytime soon.

Undoubtedly, this act of the Koma tribe and their persistence to ensure that they keep their traditional practices has emanated their loyalty and how good they acknowledge their culture, as they are not even bothered about civilization. Do you think this tribe know anything about Christianity or Jesus? How do you see this tribe? Do you see them as agent of darkness or they are practicing the tradition because they fear their gods?

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