What tribe is the strongest in Nigeria? I tried asking myself a couple of questions and yet there’s just tribe strong enough, or stronger than every other tribe. The strongest tribe in Nigeria would have all three of this characteristics…
The Strongest Tribe in Nigeria:
1. Physical Strength
Everyone’s born different and it doesn’t really matter the tribe you are, our strengths can never be the same naturally.
People are born in different conditions and this simply means, no tribe is physically stronger than another as people forming the tribes are different and are from different roots.
Physical strength is determined by parental traits and diet, not tribe. Two tribes with natural strength are the Calabars and the Igbos.
Although physical strength is not determined by tribe, some tribes tend to produce the fittest and strongest athletes every time.
2. Group Strength
Group strength refers to the strength amassed from the conglomeration of people. Group strength means the rate unity and togetherness of a group.
It also means the love the group share as opposed to others. If indeed there is a tribe in Nigeria with the highest group strength, it’s the Hausa tribe. They’re united and are a brotherhood.
3. Economic Strength
It’s arguably a fact that the most enterprising people, or tribe in Nigeria, is the Ibo tribe. The ibos are very resourceful, entrepreneurial and also, business minded. If there’s any tribe in Nigeria with Economic strength, it’s the ibos.
From the look of things, no tribe possesses all three features completely. This means every tribe is unique and the ideology of a strongest tribe in Nigeria, is simply a fad.
4. Mental Strength
People have different brains, but somehow the tribe of an individual contributes a lot to the development of mental genes which in turn sprouts creativity, and mental speed. What tribe has the most intellectual citizens in the country, what tribe can boast and claim most of the Nobel prize winners to be its own? In this situation, the Yorubas have It.
You see, there’s no strongest tribe in Nigeria. These things – tribe, religion, colour, accent – are all labels. The real you is unique in its own way, and culture has helped you conform to the societal norms notwithstanding.