Nigeria, the most populous nation in Africa with diverse tribes and ethnicity. It has in total two hundred and fifty ethnic groups scattered all over its borders.
In this series, we take you through the various ethnic groups in the country. It is very crucial to note that the top eight ethnic groups with large numbers are as follows,
Yoruba (23%), Hausa (21%), Igbo (18%), Ijaw (5%), Fulani (3%), Ibibio (2.8%), Tiv (2.2%), Kanuri (1.7%) others constitute 23% in total.
Below is a list of the different ethnic groups and where they can be found.
Uwanno (Weppa-Wanno) Edo State
Abayon Cross River State
Abua (Odual) Rivers State
Achipa (Achipawa) Kebbi State
Adara (Kadara) Kaduna State, Niger State
Affade Yobe State
Afizere Plateau State
Afo (Eloyi) Nasarawa State
Agbo Cross River State
Akaju-Ndem (Akajuk) Cross River State
Akweya-Yachi Benue State
Alago (Arago) Nasarawa State
Amo Plateau State
Anaguta Plateau State
Anang Akwa Ibom State
Andoni Akwa Ibom State, Rivers State
Anioma Delta State, Edo State, Anambra State, River State.
Informaton form Wikipedia.