Naked nigers. In their world, there is no rancour.
What sets the Kambari people apart from many other parts of the north is that the people are pagans.
The language is Kambari.
The residents told Saturday PUNCH they have no need for education, primary health care, access to good roads and other social amenities.
They still stick to their belief.
Another tradition that they value and cherish is the festival of their god, which is celebrated once in a year.
In their world, there is no rancour.
But not for people of these remote communities.
So many missionaries have tried their best to convert them to embrace Christianity, but they refused to be converted.