Back in the biblical Garden of Eden, it was totally acceptable to live naked. However, nudity or living without wearing any clothes continued in various parts of the world including Africa until civilization happened. With the drastic increasing influence of Western culture, the tradition of nudity is almost non-existent nowadays except for a few parts in the world.
The culture of Africa is incredibly interesting due to the fact it is varied, depending on which country you visit. When it comes to African history and culture there is so much to learn about. For the inhabitants of Koma, in Adamawa northern region, wearing clothes brings the anger of Gods, which might result in death or barrenness for women.
Koma people are one of the remaining tribes in Nigeria (Middle Africa) that do not put on clothes.In the Garden of Eden, there was nothing wrong to dress like that.
With a population of over 55,000 people, the Koma tribe are indigenous hill dwelling people who can be found in Nigeria (present-day Adamawa state).
‘Strange’ and ‘weird’ traditional custom of this Nigerian tribe enshrine them to bury Twins alive along with the mother.But which tribe is that and why do they perform such rite?Keep reading to know all the details.