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Nigeria is a country where more than 135 tribes live together, but all of them have different cultures and languages. Who managed to get the name of the most influential and wealthy clan in the country?

TOP 4 RICHEST TRIBES IN NIGERIA
Before we start our journey towards richest tribe in Nigeria, we may need to settle the criteria for why we choose these tribes to be the best in the country. Tribes are measured according to the number of the richest people.
4. ISOKO
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Isoko tribe starts our list of the richest tribe in Nigeria 2018. These people are located in Delta State. Most of the time, these people are classified together with Urobo tribe. Still, you shouldn’t be mistaken as these two tribes are different. They don’t speak the same language. Still, there are similarities.
Isoko is provided to be a rich tribe that concentrates whole efforts on themselves. Therefore, they may lack the ability to help each other. This tribe is well known for their fishing habits. They are also great farmers. They sell a large quantity of kennel oil, palm oil, and plantain.
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The only thing that stops Isoko from being in the first ranks of the richest tribes of Nigeria is their undesired to help each other. The reason for doing that is their ego. They are too proud to receive help and too proud to provide help. It deprives rich Isoko of helping to their youth. Both groups might be pretty arrogant and rebellious against one another.
A rich Isoko man may not desire to share his knowledge with young people. Another great disadvantage for them is that they do not like politics. Therefore, they prefer to keep out from power, but it can be their greatest mistake. Power equals money, and money equals power. Still, you may find a lot of Isoko people in Nigeria do their business.

3. YORUBA
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The Yoruba people are proved to be the most educated tribe in Nigeria. These people are good working in politics and companies. Some of these people are really good in business. They open schools, but they are more into politics than any other tribe.
They do not venture into the business by themselves, but they usually do it together. They prefer to stick in the packs, and that’s the reason why they have connections all over Nigeria.
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You will likely find these people working in banks and big companies. Their youth are mostly educated, and they want to continue working in various spheres of business and politics. Nevertheless, they prefer to work their way out using a career path instead of going on business ventures by themselves. It also helps them to spread the knowledge amongst their youth which is helpful.

2. HAUSA/FULANI
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When it comes to the second richest tribe in Nigeria, then the Hausa take this place. It’s the second largest tribe in Nigeria, but it takes the first place by the standards of the political influence in the country. They are very rebellious and may have problems to find peace even amongst themselves.
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Hausa people are very rebellious and prefer to follow the ideas of warriors path. That may be the very reason why they are so different, and you can find them to be very poor and very rich. If they follow the business ideas, then they are mainly focused on cows, rice, tomatoes, carrots, goats, and rams.
Their agricultural production and desire to power may help them to be powerful political leaders. Nevertheless, at the same time, this political power destroys them within and do not facilitate their growth. The richest people of Hause include:

1. IGBO
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Which tribe in Nigeria is the richest? Igbo people are considered to be the richest people in the whole Nigeria. Some of them are the most popular people in Nigeria. 70% of Nollywood Actors are Igbos. Most Igbo people prefer to own their own businesses instead of working for somebody. They also prefer to be very popular.
Igbo people really like their business, and they also love producing things. An Igbo person has a mind to produce shoes, bags, and cloth. You can also find that Igbo people like repairing things. You can find how they sell electronics and repair them on their own. Just check your nearest electronic repair center, most of the people working there are Igbos.
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There is also one drawback in the policy of Igbo people. They do not work with politics much. They desire to go after the riches instead of political power. That’s the reason why they prefer to stay out of politics.

Which tribe is the richest in Nigeria? Now you know the answer to this question. Igbo people get the most affection in business, while Hausa prefer politics. Therefore, most of the political leaders come from Hausa, while most of Igbo people prefer to get into business and fame. At the same time, Yoruba people prefer to work their way through the career to get rich

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Dangerous White Powder Mailed With a Passport Led To Closure Of USA Embassy In Abuja

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A new report has alleged that a ‘passport with white powder’ is what led to the shutdown of the US embassy in Abuja.
The US Embassy shut down its consular operations in Abuja because it received a Nigerian passport that strangely contained an unusual amount of white powder, SaharaReporters can authoritatively report.

The embassy announced the shutdown in a statement on its website on Tuesday — a day after one of its staff opened a passport for processing and discovered a sizeable portion of powder in it. The development sparked huge concerns about the potential damage to the staff member who opened the substance, and to others who may have been exposed to the substance.

A highly placed diplomatic source who confirmed the story to SaharaReporters said the embassy shut down the section to test the powder and to quarantine staff of the section.

The staff of the section were not allowed to leave work with their gadgets on that day, SaharaReporters understands.

Attempts to confirm the report from staff of the embassy proved abortive, as two staff contacted by SaharaReporters both declined to comment, saying all staff had been vehemently warned not to utter a word on it. Even the Public Relations Department of the embassy would make no comment on it as well, we were told.

“This is such a strange occurrence,” the source said. “If I wasn’t educated, I would doubt this ever happened. What on earth would you sprinkle power on the inside pages of your passport. Nigeria already has a high US visa rejection rate; I suspect it is about to get even worse.”

In 2017, more than 130,000 Nigerians, representing 44 per cent of the total number of applications, were denied visa.

SaharaReporters was told the quarantining period will be over very soon and the consular section will be reopened sometime next week, “likely anytime from Tuesday August 21”.

IN the statement announcing the temporary shutdown, the embassy had said “American citizens in northern Nigeria with urgent travel needs who are travelling before Tuesday and who are willing to re-schedule their travel through Lagos should contact the ACS office at Consulate Lagos ( 01460 3400 and [email protected]) to discuss their options”.

This, according to the source, “is one hint that Tuesday is the target for resumption of operations”.

SaharaReporters refrained from formally contacting the embassy for an official reaction, for fear it would offer the embassy a slim chance of tracking down the source, seeing one of the staff who declined to talk had said: “The embassy is extremely determined to keep this under wraps; if I talk to you, I am 90% sure I would be found out and that means I lose my job.”

The US is one of the most coveted countries by Nigerians. According to the U.S. Department of State, more than 163,000 immigrant and non-immigrant visas were issued to Nigerians between March 2017 and January 2018.

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Rich Men Prefer Women With Smaller Bosom, Poor Men Like Big Bosom – Researchers

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Study has shown that rich men love women with small Bosom s, while the poor love those with big bust.

Psychologists Viren Swami and Martin Tovée conducted a study, which investigated whether men’s access to resources would influence their preferences for Bosom  size in women.

According to Metro UK, the duo carried out two experiments in which they tested whether men who lack material goods would find larger Bosom s more desirable than men who do have material goods.

For the first experiment, they explored the relationship between financial security and men’s preferences in Bosom  size. They recruited 266 men from three parts of Malaysia that varied in socio-economic status – low, medium and high.

Each participant was shown animated female figures, each varying in Bosom  size. They then rated them out of five for physical attractiveness. And it turned out, men with a lower socio-economic status found larger Bosom s more appealing than those with a higher socio-economic status.

They then compared Bosom  size ratings in a second experiment which reflected upon the evolutionary perspective of Bosom  size – being that it is a signal of a woman’s ability to bear and nurture a child. But this time, they did it based on a full stomach.

They used 66 hungry male university students, and 55 with satisfied appetites to test whether the security of food had an effect on their preferences, participating as they either entered or exited their campus cafeteria between 6pm and 7pm.

They also only used white males for this study, as ethnicity is known to influence Bosom  size preferences.

Again, they were shown five women with varying sized Bosom s. And apparently, the hungry males preferred the bigger Bosom ed women more than the satiated men.

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Just as I know, one man’s food is another man’s poison. This plus size lady is an epitome of beauty.
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