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Old 24th November 2013, 04:34 PM
SallImSayin SallImSayin is offline
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After doing research over last few years, especially on Bantu people, it's clear that the source is the same for certain groups (specifically Igbo and certain Akan people, especially). Despite speaking languages from different language families you can see the resemblance in looks, height, and some cultural things.

When we follow the trail way back, I think we'll find a common source.
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