List of Ethnic Groups In Nigeria and Their States

Oasdom full list of major tribes and ethnic groups in Nigeria
Oasdom full list of major tribes and ethnic groups in Nigeria

How many ethnic groups in Nigeria does exist?

If you go to the streets and ask one or two people that question I’m sure most people would answer “I don’t know”

Imagine this scenario…. A group of 10 people are living in your environment. In a matter of a few minutes, you were attracted only to five out of ten people.

Image of Nigerians - ethnic groups and tribes in Nigeria

After a week, you realized that you were attracted to only three, and in a month after, you made only one person your closest pal.

What is the reason behind this? It’s simply the similarities and identities that you share together.

The first five were rejected because they speak a different language from yours.

The next two were rejected because their culture and values are slightly different from yours.

Now the last person who became your close pal speaks your language and your historical background is all the same.

So there is a strong attraction for those of the same ethnic groups and it goes without saying that the existence of ethnic groups in Nigeria is a reason for our diversity.

When we talk about Nigerian people and culture, we’ll definitely talk about tribes in Nigeria, isn’t it?

But what is an ethnic group? What is a tribe? And what’s the difference between these two elements that contributes to social stratification?

Let me help you with that.

What Is an Ethnic Group?

An ethnic group is the social grouping or categorization of individuals belonging to one common national or cultural identity. Hence these people have in common an historical background.

According to an expert Anthropologist and consultant Dr. Whitney Azoy, an ethnic group is simply “the largest traditional cultural unit” to which a person belongs to.

So, ethnicity in Nigeria is a category of people either in tens, hundreds, thousands, even millions that identify with each other based on certain cultural similarities.

What Is a Tribe?

You may ask; what is a tribe then?

A Tribe is a collection of families or generations that share common ideologies, interests, religion, linguistic and cultural practices.

Simply put, the significance of a tribe is that it is a set of people primarily having blood ties, living together in one specific area under one accepted leader to guide them.

What Is the Difference Between Ethnic Group and Tribes?

Still not clear? Well, I can’t put the blame on you; when I’m not Akon (lol). Some things are just kinda interchangeable.

That’s why I’ve created this image below to give you features that show the difference between a tribe and ethnic groups.

The difference between ethnic groups and tribes

Nigeria’s history will never be complete if you fail to talk about Nigeria’s numerous ethnic groups and tribes.

So when we talk about social stratification, ethnic groups and tribes are key factors that play significant roles in the totality of Nigerian culture.

Before I list out all the ethnic groups in Nigeria that’s spread across all 6 geopolitical zones, let’s discuss the three major ones.

The Three Major Ethnic Groups In Nigeria and Their Culture

The three major ethnic groups in Nigeria are Hausa, Yoruba, and Igbo. They make up 70% of the total population in Nigeria.

Well…. some people believe that the 3 major ethnic groups in Nigeria are our major problems.

At the end of this article, you’ll be able to decide if that statement is true not.

Now, here is more information about the three major ethnic groups in Nigeria below.


Hausa which is the first on my list is one of the ethnic groups in Nigeria with the highest population.

image of Hausa ethnic groups in Nigeria

Hausa as a language is spoken by an estimation of 22 million people and made up approximately 25% of Nigeria’s population.

It might interest you to know that another set of people speak Hausa as their second language.

Most Hausas practice Islamic religion as their while very few practice Christianity.

Also, Africa’s richest man, and the richest man in Nigeria – Aliko Dangote is from this ethnic group.

Hausa people can be found in states like Kano, Katsina, Jos, Kaduna, Maiduguri and many more.

Most of the Hausa that lives in the rural settlement engage in farming, while those that settle down in urban settlement engage in business activities.

Quick fact: Most politicians in Nigeria are Hausas and one of the states in this region has the highest number of local government areas in Nigeria. Also, Kano state has the highest birth rate.


Yoruba which dominates the western part of the country as you can see in the Nigerian map and Yorubas are the second largest ethnic group in Nigeria.

yoruba people ethnic group in Nigeria
Yoruba people during a traditional occasion

You can find Yoruba in States like Oyo, Ogun, Ondo, Kwara. Yoruba has many dialects, but its speakers can understand each other.

Yorubas also practice Christianity, Islam, and 20% of the entire Yoruba population practice traditional religion.

Yoruba is known for their respectful behavior. Chai…. Yoruba people can greet for Africa. They are referred to as the ‘Akus’.

  • E ku aaror
  • E kuu ale
  • E kuu ijoko
  • E kuu idide
  • E kuu irin
  • E kuu alejo and many more.

The list is so long that you’ll laugh at some of it. Let’s have your E kuus in the comment box below this article.

If you’re a lady from another tribe and want to marry a Yoruba guy, you must learn how to kneel down and greet your in-law to be, properly or else … let’s leave that…..That’s Yoruba culture for you, don’t try to get it twisted.

When Yoruba men and women rock their traditional native attire styles, chai, you know now, it’s always elegant, trendy and classy.

yoruba tribe traditional wear in nigeria culture

It is believed that Yorubas descended from Oduduwa. Each town in Yoruba land has elders known as Oba (king) and these kings have a council of elders.

Quick Fact: The current richest state in this country is from the western part of the country. Also, the third richest Nigerian politician – Olusegun Obasanjo is a Yoruba man


Igbo is the third largest ethnic group in Nigeria. Igbo occupies most of the South Eastern part of Nigeria.

Igbo ethnic group and their cultural heritage

Igbo language has an estimated population of 18 million speakers. Igbo is made up of approximately 18% of Nigeria’s population.

This powerful ethnic group settles in places like, Onitsha, Enugu, Anambra, Delta, Ebonyi etc. Interestingly, richest igbo men in Nigeria have proven that this tribe sabi business.

Some people believe that they originated from Nri kingdom which is the oldest kingdom. Although Igbos are mostly Christians, yet they have a deep respect for their culture.

Igbo are the only ethnic groups that take the lead among all other ethnic groups in Nigeria when it comes to business.

I just love them for that. If you buy an original shoe and you are doing shakara with it, your hand go fall if you enter the market the following week and you see that same shoe that is Igbo made.

Also, when it comes to fashion styles, I trust my Igbo people, dem no dey carry last.

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So, which are the 10 largest ethnic groups in Nigeria?

Other 10 Largest Ethnic groups in Nigeria and Their Languages

I’ve just listed the 3 major ethnic groups in Nigeria; Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo. There are 10 others that are large and quite popular.

  1. Ijaw

Ijaw which is also one of the ethnic groups in Nigeria consists of over 9 distinct languages which are Izon, Kalabari, Andoni, Epie- Atissa, Nembe, Ogbia, Okirika, and Engenni.

The Ijaw people are mainly Christians, though some of them practice traditional religion.

Their land is surrounded by water so therefore, there major occupation is fishing, agriculture and hunting.

Quick Fact: Ex-president of Nigeria Good luck Jonathan is an Ijaw man. The Ijaw are mostly found in Bayelsa, Delta and Rivers state.

  1. Kanuri

The Kanuris are also one of the largest ethnic groups in Nigeria and they live in the Northeastern part of the country.

They make up of about 4% of the total population in Nigeria. The Kanuri people are majorly Muslims.

Kanuri people are mostly found in Maiduguri and neighboring states, and they engage in farming and their economy thrives on the production of millet.

  1. Fulani

Fulani is mostly found in the North Eastern part of Nigeria e.g Taraba, Adamawa and they can also be found in another country apart from Nigeria.

It is an ethnic group in Nigeria that speaks fulfulde as their language.

Fulani’s people are different from the Hausas because they don’t look alike and neither do they practice the same culture.

This ethnic group in Nigeria is majorly known for their cattle rearing and they can live anywhere. Well.

Many people believe that the Fulani’s descended from a nomadic group that once lived in the Upper Nile region.

fulani woman - ethnicity in Nigeria

Chai.. Fulani women are very beautiful! Shey na to talk of their long hair ni or their pointed nose.

Quick Fact: Most of the Fulani people practice Islam as their religion.

  1. Ibibio

The Ibibio people are located in South Eastern Nigeria. Though many people believe that the present homeland of the Ibibio people is not their original homeland, but it is Cameroon.

This language is spoken by over 2 million people in Nigeria. The people of Ibibio engage in farming, fishing, and trading.

  1. Tiv

TIV is one of the ethnic groups in Nigeria that constitutes about 3.5% of the total population.

Tiv people can be found in Benue, Taraba and Nasarawa states as they’re well known for their agricultural produce as majority engages in farming.

  1. Edo

Edo is one of the ethnic groups in Nigeria, having Edo as their main language and this is spoken by approximately 8 million people.

The Edo ethnic group are descendants of the people who founded the ancient Benin Empire. Farming is practiced by the Edo people.

  1. Idoma

Nigerians citizens who belong to the Idoma ethnic group can be found in Benue state, Cross rivers, Enugu and Nasarawa state.

The Idoma people are known for one language which is Idoma. Although Christianity is the major religion of Idoma people, some still practice their traditional religion.

  1. Igala

This ethnic group in Nigeria can be found in the Eastern part of river Niger and Benue confluence.

The Igala people are mostly found in Benue state, and they are known for their agriculture and steel industry.

It is believed that Attah is the father of Igala people and Attah can do and undo. According to the Igalas, Attah gave up his two daughters to die for Igala people for them to survive the attack of enemies.

  1. Urhobo

Here is another ethnic group found in the southern part of Nigeria. These people speak urhobo, Isoko, Okpe, and Uvwie as their language.

These languages are spoken by approximately 2 million people. Majority of the people are Christians and some of them practice traditional religion.

  1. Nupe

The Nupe people speak Nupe as their language and this language is spoken in five states by approximately 3.5 million people.

Mostly, the Yoruba referred to them as “Tapa”. Most of the people engage in fishing, probably because they live near the confluence of the Niger and Benue rivers.

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Other Minority Ethnic Groups In Nigeria and Their States

  1. Abayon – Cross River state
  2. Abua (Odual) – Rivers state
  3. Achipa (Achipawa) – Kebbi state
  4. Adim – Cross River state
  5. Adun – Cross River state
  6. Affade – Yobe state
  7. Afizere – Plateau state
  8. Afo – Plateau state
  9. Agbo – Cross River state
  10. Akaju-Ndem (Akajuk) – Cross River state
  11. Akweya-Yachi – Benue state
  12. Alago (Arago) – Piateau state
  13. Amo – Plateau state
  14. Anaguta – Plateau state
  15. Anang – Akwa lbom state
  16. Andoni – Akwa lbom, Rivers
  17. Angas – Bauchi, Jigawa, Plateau
  18. Ankwei – Platea
  19. Anyima – Cross River
  20. Attakar (ataka) – Kaduna
  21. Auyoka (Auyokawa) -Jigawa
  22. Awori -Lagos, Ogun
  23. Ayu -Kaduna
  24. Babur – Adamawa, Bomo, Taraba, Yobe
  25. Bachama – Adamawa
  26. Bachere – Cross River
  27. Bada – Plateau
  28. Bade – Yobe
  29. Bahumono – Cross River
  30. Bakulung – Taraba
  31. Bali – Taraba
  32. Bambora (Bambarawa) – Bauchi
  33. Bambuko – Taraba
  34. Banda (Bandawa) – Taraba
  35. Banka (Bankalawa) – Bauchi
  36. Banso (Panso) – Adamawa
  37. Bara (Barawa) – Bauchi
  38. Barke -Bauchi
  39. Baruba (Barba) – Niger
  40. Bashiri (Bashirawa) – Plateau
  41. Bassa -Kaduna, Kogi, Niger, Plateau
  42. Batta – Adamawa
  43. Baushi – Niger
  44. Baya – Adamawa
  45. Bekwarra – Cross River
  46. Bele (Buli, Belewa) – Bauchi
  47. Betso (Bete) – Taraba
  48. Bette – Cross River
  49. Bilei – Adamawa
  50. Bille – Adamawa
  51. Bina (Binawa) – Kaduna
  52. Bini – Edo
  53. Birom – Plateau
  54. Bobua – Taraba
  55. Boki (Nki) – Cross River
  56. Bkkos – Plateau
  57. Boko (Bussawa, Bargawa) – Niger
  58. Bole (Bolewa) -Bauchi, Yobe
  59. Botlere – Adamawa
  60. Boma (Bomawa, Burmano) – Bauchi
  61. Bomboro – Bauchi
  62. Buduma – Borno, Niger
  63. Buji – Plateau
  64. Buli – Bauchi
  65. Bunu -Kogi
  66. Bura – Adamawa
  67. Burak -Bauchi
  68. Burma (Burmawa) – Plateau
  69. Buru – Yobe
  70. Buta (Butawa) – Bauchi
  71. Bwall – Plateau
  72. Bwatiye – Adamawa
  73. Bwazza – Adamawa
  74. Challa – Plateau
  75. Chama (Chamawa Fitilai) – Bauchi
  76. Chamba – Taraba
  77. Chamo – Bauchi
  78. Chibok (Chibbak) – Yobe
  79. Chinine – Borno
  80. Chip – Plateau
  81. Chokobo – Plateau
  82. Chukkol – Taraba
  83. Daba – Adamawa
  84. Dadiya – Bauchi
  85. Daka – Adamawa
  86. Dakarkari -Niger, Kebbi
  87. Danda (Dandawa) – Kebbi
  88. Dangsa -Taraba
  89. Daza (Dere, Derewa) -Bauchi
  90. Degema -Rivers
  91. Deno (Denawa) -Bauchi
  92. Dghwede -Bomo
  93. Diba -Taraba
  94. Doemak (Dumuk) -Plateau
  95. Ouguri -Bauchi
  96. Duka (Dukawa) -Kebbi
  97. Duma (Dumawa) -Bauchi
  98. Ebana (Ebani) -Rivers
  99. Ebirra (lgbirra) -Edo, Kogi, Ondo
  100. Ebu -Edo, Kogi
  101. Efik -Cross River
  102. Egbema -Rivers
  103. Egede (lgedde) -Benue
  104. Eggon -Plateau
  105. Egun (Gu) -Lagos,Ogun
  106. Ejagham -Cross River
  107. Ekajuk -Cross River
  108. Eket -Akwa Ibom
  109. Ekoi -Cross River
  110. Engenni (Ngene) -Rivers
  111. Epie -Rivers
  112. Esan (Ishan) -Edo
  113. Etche -Rivers
  114. Etolu (Etilo) -Benue
  115. Etsako -Edo
  116. Etung -Cross River
  117. Etuno -Edo
  118. Palli -Adamawa
  119. Pulani (Pulbe) -Bauchi, Borno, Jigawa , Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi , Niger, Sokoto, Taraba, Yobe, etc.
  1. Fyam (Fyem) -Plateau
  2. Fyer(Fer) -Plateau
  3. Ga’anda -Adamawa
  4. Gade -Niger
  5. Galambi -Bauchi
  6. Gamergu-Mulgwa -Borno
  7. Qanawuri -Plateau
  8. Gavako -Borno
  9. Gbedde -Kogi
  10. Gengle -Taraba
  11. Geji -Bauchi
  12. Gera (Gere, Gerawa) -Bauchi
  13. Geruma (Gerumawa) -Plateau
  14. Geruma (Gerumawa) -Bauchi
  15. Gingwak -Bauchi
  16. Gira -Adamawa
  17. Gizigz -Adamawa
  18. Goernai -Plateau
  19. Gokana (Kana) -Rivers
  20. Gombi -Adamawa
  21. Gornun (Gmun) -Taraba
  22. Gonia -Taraba
  23. Gubi (Gubawa) -Bauchi
  24. Gude -Adamawa
  25. Gudu -Adamawa
  26. Gure -Kaduna
  27. Gurmana -Niger
  28. Gururntum -Bauchi
  29. Gusu -Plateau
  30. Gwa (Gurawa) -Adamawa
  31. Gwamba Adamawa
  32. Gwandara -Kaduna, Niger, Plateau
  33. Gwari (Gbari) -Kaduna, Niger, Abuja, Plateau
  34. Gwom -Taraba
  35. Gwoza (Waha) -Borno
  36. Gyem -Bauchi
  37. Higi (Hig) -Borno, Adamawa
  38. Holma -Adamawa
  39. Hona -Adamawa
  40. Ibeno -Akwa lbom
  41. Ichen -Adamawa
  42. ljumu -Kogi
  43. Ikorn -Cross River
  44. Irigwe -Plateau
  45. Isoko -Delta
  46. lsekiri (Itsekiri) -Delta
  47. lyala (lyalla) -Cross River
  48. lzondjo -Bayelsa, Delta, Ondo, Rivers
  49. Jaba -Kaduna
  50. Jahuna (Jahunawa) -Taraba
  51. Jaku -Bauchi
  52. Jara (Jaar Jarawa Jarawa-Dutse) -Bauchi
  53. Jere (Jare, Jera, Jera, Jerawa) -Bauchi, Plateau
  54. Jero -Taraba
  55. Jibu -Adamawa
  56. Jidda-Abu -Plateau
  57. Jimbin (Jimbinawa) -Bauchi
  58. Jirai -Adamawa
  59. Jonjo (Jenjo) -Taraba
  60. Jukun -Bauchi, Benue,Taraba, Plateau
  61. Kaba(Kabawa) -Taraba
  62. Kadara -Taraba
  63. Kafanchan -Kaduna
  64. Kagoro -Kaduna
  65. Kaje (Kache) -Kaduna
  66. Kajuru (Kajurawa) -Kaduna
  1. Kaka -Adamawa
  2. Kamaku (Karnukawa) -Kaduna, Kebbi, Niger
  3. Kambari -Kebbi, Niger
  4. Kambu -Adamawa
  5. Kamo -Bauchi
  6. Kanakuru (Dera) -Adamawa, Borno
  7. Kanembu -Borno
  8. Kanikon -Kaduna
  9. Kantana -Plateau
  10. Karekare (Karaikarai) -Bauchi, Yobe
  11. Karimjo -Taraba
  12. Kariya -Bauchi
  13. Katab (Kataf) -Kaduna
  14. Kenern (Koenoem) -Plateau
  15. Kenton -Taraba
  16. Kiballo (Kiwollo) -Kaduna
  17. Kilba -Adamawa
  18. Kirfi (Kirfawa) -Bauchi
  19. Koma -Taraba
  20. Kona -Taraba
  21. Koro (Kwaro) -Kaduna, Niger
  22. Kubi (Kubawa) -Bauchi
  23. Kudachano (Kudawa) -Bauchi
  24. Kugama -Taraba
  25. Kulere (Kaler) -Plateau
  26. Kunini -Taraba
  27. Kurama -Jigawa, Kaduna, Niger, Plateau
  28. Kurdul -Adamawa
  29. Kushi -Bauchi
  30. Kuteb -Taraba
  31. Kutin -Taraba
  32. Kwalla -Plateau
  33. Kwami (Kwom) -Bauchi
  34. Kwanchi -Taraba
  35. Kwanka (Kwankwa) -Bauchi, Plateau
  36. Kwaro -Plateau
  37. Kwato -Plateau
  38. Kyenga (Kengawa) -Sokoto
  39. Laaru (Larawa) -Niger
  40. Lakka -Adamawa
  41. Lala -Adamawa
  42. Lama -Taraba
  43. Lamja -Taraba
  44. Lau -Taraba
  45. Ubbo -Adamawa
  46. Limono -Bauchi, Plateau
  47. Lopa (Lupa, Lopawa) -Niger
  48. Longuda (Lunguda) -Adamawa, Bauchi
  49. Mabo -Plateau
  50. Mada -Kaduna, Plateau
  51. Mama -Plateau
  52. Mambilla -Adamawa
  53. Manchok -Kaduna
  54. Mandara (Wandala) -Borno
  55. Manga (Mangawa) -Yobe
  56. Margi (Marghi) -Adamawa, Borno
  57. Matakarn -Adamawa
  58. Mbembe -Cross River, Enugu
  59. Mbol -Adamawa
  60. Mbube -Cross River
  61. Mbula -Adamawa
  62. Mbum -Taraba
  63. Memyang (Meryan) -Plateau
  64. Miango -Plateau
  65. Miligili (Migili) -Plateau
  66. Miya (Miyawa) -Bauchi
  67. Mobber -Borno
  68. Montol -Plateau
  69. Moruwa (Moro’a, Morwa) -Kaduna
  70. Muchaila -Adamawa
  71. Mumuye -Taraba
  72. Mundang -Adamawa
  73. Munga (Mupang) -Plateau
  74. Mushere -Plateau
  75. Mwahavul (Mwaghavul) -Plateau
  76. Ndoro -Taraba
  77. Ngamo -Bauchi, Yobe
  78. Ngizim -Yobe
  79. Ngweshe (Ndhang.Ngoshe-Ndhang) -Adamawa, Borno
  80. Ningi (Ningawa) -Bauchi
  81. Ninzam (Ninzo) -Kaduna, Plateau
  82. Njayi -Adamawa
  83. Nkim -Cross River
  84. Nkum -Cross River
  85. Nokere (Nakere) -Plateau
  86. Nunku -Kaduna, Plateau
  87. Nyandang -Taraba
  88. Ododop Cross River
  89. Ogori -Kwara
  90. Okobo (Okkobor) -Akwa lbom
  91. Okpamheri -Edo
  92. Olulumo -Cross River
  93. Oron -Akwa lbom
  94. Owan -Edo
  95. Owe -Kwara
  96. Oworo -Kwara
  97. Pa’a (Pa’awa Afawa) -Bauchi
  98. Pai -Plateau
  99. Panyam -Taraba
  100. Pero -Bauchi
  1. Pire -Adamawa
  2. Pkanzom -Taraba
  3. Poll -Taraba
  4. Polchi Habe -Bauchi
  5. Pongo (Pongu) -Niger
  6. Potopo -Taraba
  7. Pyapun (Piapung) -Plateau
  8. Qua -Cross River
  9. Rebina (Rebinawa) -Bauchi
  10. Reshe -Kebbi, Niger
  11. Rindire (Rendre) -Plateau
  12. Rishuwa -Kaduna
  13. Ron -Plateau
  14. Rubu -Niger
  15. Rukuba -Plateau
  16. Rumada -Kaduna
  17. Rumaya -Kaduna
  18. Sakbe -Taraba
  1. Sanga -Bauchi
  2. Sate -Taraba
  3. Saya (Sayawa Za’ar) -Bauchi
  4. Segidi (Sigidawa) -Bauchi
  5. Shanga (Shangawa) -Sokoto
  6. Shangawa (Shangau) -Plateau
  7. Shan-Shan -Plateau
  8. Shira (Shirawa) -Kano
  9. Shomo -Taraba
  10. Shuwa -Adamawa, Borno
  11. Sikdi -Plateau
  12. Siri (Sirawa) -Bauchi
  13. Srubu (Surubu) -Kaduna
  14. Sukur -Adamawa
  15. Sura -Plateau
  16. Tangale -Bauchi
  17. Tarok -Plateau, Taraba
  18. Teme -Adamawa
  19. Tera (Terawa) -Bauchi, Bomo
  20. Teshena (Teshenawa) -Kano
  21. Tigon -Adamawa
  22. Tikar -Taraba
  23. Tula -Bauchi
  24. Tur -Adamawa
  25. Ufia -Benue
  26. Ukelle -Cross River
  27. Ukwani (Kwale) -Delta
  28. Uncinda -Kaduna, Kebbi, Niger, Sokoto
  29. Uneme (Ineme) -Edo
  30. Ura (Ula) -Niger
  31. Utonkong -Benue
  32. Uyanga -Cross River
  33. Vemgo -Adamawa
  34. Verre -Adamawa
  35. Vommi -Taraba
  36. Wagga -Adamawa
  37. Waja -Bauchi
  38. Waka -Taraba
  39. Warja (Warja) -Jigawa
  40. Warji -Bauchi
  41. Wula -Adamawa
  42. Wurbo -Adamawa
  43. Wurkun -Taraba
  44. Yache -Cross River
  45. Yagba -Kwara
  46. Yakurr (Yako) -Cross River
  47. Yalla -Benue
  48. Yandang -Taraba
  49. Yergan (Yergum) -Plateau
  50. Yott -Taraba
  51. Yumu -Niger
  52. Yungur -Adamawa
  53. Yuom -Plateau
  54. Zabara -Niger
  55. Zaranda -Bauchi
  56. Zarma (Zarmawa) -Kebbi
  57. Zayam (Zeam) -Bauchi

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Summary Notes on Ethnic Groups In Nigeria

If you’ve followed this article right from the top and reached this part, you are now exposed to the list of ethnic groups in Nigeria.

Truth be told, I’m not sure I can know all these ethnic factions till thy Kingdom come, kilode…., it’s too much!

The Nigeria amalgamation in 1914 by Lord Lugard contributed to discrimination amongst these ethnic groups.

What do you think would happen if we were all from the same ethnic group? Sure there won’t be discrimination.

Though the ethnic groups in Nigeria are many, they are blessings to our great country because they give rise to our diversities and values.

Why don’t you take your time and learn more about these ethnic groups in Nigeria?

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