Ukwuani people

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The Ukwuani people (also called Ndokwa Ethnic Nationality) are located in the southern part of Nigeria in the western part of the Niger Delta. Their origin is debated, with the dominant narrative being that they are from Benin. This has been challenged by Paul O. Opone, a lecturer at Delta State University, Abraka who argues that the evidence shows that they are of Igbo origin.[1]

Ndokwa people[edit]

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  1. ^ Opone, Paul (2017). "Are the Ukwuanis Benin or Igbo? a study of origin and migration". UJAH: Unizik Journal of Arts and Humanities. 18.

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