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See pictures of 'Akika' Idoma currency used by our forefathers

Written By Idoma Television on Wednesday, July 27, 2016 | 1:00:00 AM


Idoma currency, otherwise known as Akika are Iron forms with a distinctively hammered surface textures (on the front side) and an abstract, non-functional shape that flares to a triangle at the top, were recognized and used as currency in the extant time among the Idoma speaking people of Benue State.

It has a dimensions of 26.5 -33 inches H. x 6.5 -11 inches at bottom.


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