They are located in Birnin Amina and Acer in Nigeria’s Niger state.
Forgotten by infrastructural development, the Kambari pride themselves of being free of civilization and independent of government support.
To the outside world, these are a forgotten people but to the unclad people inhabiting Birni Amina and Acer communities, their reclusive nature gives them peace and happiness, The Punch reported.
The two communities, according to reports hold resolutely to their culture and tradition to an extent that they insist nothing would change their ways of life.
“Moving around naked or half-naked is our culture and we don’t care what people say about us,” the Maiunguwa (Chief) said.