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In Benue State the “Ange” cloth characterized by its zebra-like black and white stripes is used by the Tiv people while their Idoma neighbours wear similar clothes with red and black stripes.But it is not uncommon for Nigerians to adopt particular attires from other regions which have become very popular.The recently introduced attire, referred to as “resource control”, which was initially associated with men from the Niger-Delta region has today become a common outfit across the length and breadth of Nigeria.As for the women- folk, the “Buba”, “Iro”, “Gele”, “Ipele” have been adopted across the regions with minor nuances of style.The use of “Ankara” materials by both men and women sets Nigerians apart in fashion at home and internationally.LITERARY AND PERFORMING ARTS Writers and performing artistes, the world over are regarded as the "cultural engineers" of the society.The three largest ethnic groups are the Hausa-Fulani who are predominant in the north, the Igbo who are predominant in the south-east, and the Yoruba who are predominant in the southwest.The Edo people are predominant in the region between Yoruba land and Igbo land.
Examples of such include, dress modes, inter-ethnic marriages, shared religious beliefs and practices as well as commerce.
This is because they help to create and lubricate the fabrics of societal stands and joints through their creativity.
Literary arts in Nigeria, has enjoyed greater patronage since Independence in 1960.
These languages and the cultures they transmit are however not barriers but bridges of understanding and mutual cooperation across their respective frontiers which differentiates them as entities sometimes referred to as "ethnic nationalities".
Some super structures are known to have grown which help to mediate the diversities and channel them into harmonies and unity.