Cultural festivals have been a part of Nigeria since its existence. It is interesting to watch the cultural festivals in each tribe because it is not only a source of entertainment but can be enlightening as well. Through cultural festivals, we learn a lot more about the tribe, the background of the festival, and why it is celebrated.

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Calabar Festival

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