In Enugu State Nigeria there is a tribe know as Ngwo which had its origin from the igbo central community Anambra State (Nri). They have a diverse culture and traditions. In our current research we also found out that there is another tribe in Cameroon that answers the same name ‘Ngwo’.
The Ngwo of Cameroon, numbering 31,500, are No Longer Unreached. They are part of the Bantu, Cameroon-Bamileke people cluster with in the Sub-Saharan African affinity bloc. This people group is only found in Cameroon. Their primary language is Ngwo. The primary religion practiced bythe Ngwo is marginal Christianity, a form of religion with roots in Christianity but not theologically Christian.
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