What do you mean by Kalabari?
The Kalabari are a sub-group of the Ijaw people living in the eastern Niger Delta region of Nigeria. Originally, they were known as the Awome. The name Kalabari was derived from their ancestor Perebo Kalabari who was a son of Mein Owei.
What is come in Kalabari language?
What is Kalabari husband?
The husband and wife are just agents of the union. There is such a strong connection between the members of a Kalabari family that each person is very proud to be called by the family name instead of his own first name. Family members are more united and identify with each other during marriage ceremonies.
Who is the king of Kalabari?
The Kingdom is ruled and controlled by King Amachree XI (Professor Theophilus Princewill CFR), along with his Council of Chiefs, most of whom are royal princes. Together, they make up the traditional Kalabari ruling house, similar to a monarchy.
How do you greet someone in Kalabari?
You could say ‘Tobaroa’, ‘Nua’,’botei’, or ‘Ibasa’. This is how the Kalabari say hello. It is a general form of greeting.
Where did Kalabari people migrated from?
According to one tradition, the Kalabari people originally came from Calabar (called “Old Calabar” by the Europeans), a site further to the east occupied by Efik people. This may have been a 19th-century invention.
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