Nigerian dating rituals
The music of Nigeria includes many kinds of folk and popular music, some of which are known worldwide.
The singer and social activist Fela Kuti was instrumental in Nigeria's musical development.
Nigerian Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka described the work as "the first novel in English which spoke from the interior of the African character, rather than portraying the African as an exotic, as the white man would see him." Apart from the speakers of standard English, a large portion of the population, roughly a third, speaks Nigerian pidgin, which has a primarily English lexicon. Pidgin English is a creolized form of the language. The Palm Wine Drinkard, a popular novel by Amos Tutuola, was written in it.Women wear long flowing robes and headscarves made from local markets who dye and weave the fabric locally.Southern Nigerian women choose to wear western-style wear.Nigerian foods are spicy, mostly in the western and southern part of the country, even more so than in Indian cuisine.Some more examples of their traditional dishes are eba, pounded yam, iyan, fufu and soups like okra, ogbono and egusi.