In Nigeria the three major tribes are Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba. That have some of the most successful and beautiful women across the country. But, it is said that the Akwa Ibom and Calabar girls are also up in the ladder.
Calabar and Akwa Ibom are in the same region in the country, and it is usually hard to differentiate the two states, due to the similarities in their languages. One thing that is certainly common too about this two Nigerian states, is the beauty of their ladies.
Igbo girls, especially Imo state have been named the region with the most beautiful girls in the country by their citizens, but, they really have huge competitors in the Calabar and Akwa Ibom Ladies.
One thing is certain, everybody will say their ladies are more beautiful than the others, that is why I have decided to share some pictures of Igbo and Calabar and Akwa Ibom Ladies with my viewers. Who is more beautiful?
1. Igbo Ladies:
2. Calabar And Akwa Ibom Ladies:
Who do you think is more beautiful?
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