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Atilogwu Dancers

Ibibio Traditional Dancers

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Atilogwu Dancers in FCT Abuja Nigeria.

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gracielynne62013
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beautiful costumes. Somehow Africa always out does everyone else with the brilliance of their apparel. I love the brightness and warmth of their clothing. Good picture!

jujufilms
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Thanks for your comment.

gracielynne62013
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you are welcome! 🙂

B.E. Obinaju
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I do not particularly agree with the title. I think you possibly meant Igbo or Ibo traditional dancers. I know this because i am an offspring of both the Ibibio and Ibo culture and can spot the various traditional dances that each has. Both cultures have amazing dance troops though and i’m blessed to have a piece of both.

jujufilms
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Thanks for the clarification, am taking a guess you are from Imo State as they and the Calabars are closely linked neighbors. I will adjust the title. Thanks again.

B.E. Obinaju
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Close guess but no I’m not from Imo State and don’t say Abia because that would be wrong too

jujufilms
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I will take two Enugu or Cross River state

Sheila Ramsay
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I love the vibrancy and energy in this photo! Thanks for stopping by and following my blog 🙂

jujufilms
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Thank you

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