The Obolo (Andoni) of the Eastern Niger Delta
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Nkparom, C. Ejituwu
University of Lagos
This work traces the Obolo from earliest beginnings to 1931 when they were effectively brought under the British Colonial administration. It shows that they may have been living in the Niger Delta for some 700 years. Here, they came in contact and entered into various historical relations with the Ijo, Ibibio, Ogoni and the Nkodi.
Historical Relation , Traditional Religion , Politics , Interland
Nkparom, C. Ejituwu (1977). The Obolo (Andoni) of the Eastern Niger Delta. A thesis submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Department of History, University of Lagos.