Kwale is a major town in Ndokwa local government area of Delta state. The people of Kwale speak Ukwuani an Igbo dialect sometimes referred to as Delta Igbo.
People of Kwale also called Ndokwa are one of the tribes in the Southern part of Nigeria in the Western part of Niger Delta.
Interesting facts about Kwale
In the swampy region, many creeks and impassable dense forests abound. Though the people are large-scale farmers, those living in communities near the rivers and creeks also fish. Indigenous arts include basket weaving, metalwork and sculpture (called Okpu-Uzo).
The culture of the people is also related to several cultures in the Niger-delta. Their mode of dressing, which is easily lovable – cowboy hats, wrappers, and beads, is the same with the entire Delta people – the Urhobos, Ijaws, Itsekiri and so on.
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