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Are Igbos in Nigeria mixed race?
There are ZERO European or Asian genes in the Igbo people from any of the modern-day populations. And If you think light skin equates to admixture with Europeans/Asians, you are grossly misinformed. Some of the Hausas in Northern Nigeria have a paternal line of Y-DNA R1b that entered Africa just 3,700 years ago from the Middle East, and are much darker-skinned than Igbos; yet they carry 15–20% of these North African/Middle Eastern people. Even the blue-black South Sudanese tribes often show 15% North African /Middle Eastern admixture.

In fact, Hausas also have Y-DNA E1b1b, which actually indicates an origin from an ancient people that lived in North Africa who are probably now extinct, most likely, they were the Iberomaurusians who were also very dark-skinned (but I will talk about the Iberomaurusians nearer to the end).

On the topic of skin color - the fact that the Hausa people are very diverse in their haplogroups, are Afroasiatic speakers and carry the R1b Y-DNA, you will expect them to be much lighter-skinned right? Wrong. This is a testament to the fact that any type of ‘racial’ admixture between homo sapiens does not always reflect in the skin color. No doubt, a good portion of the ancestors of early modern humans were black-skinned. After all, humanity began in South-Central Africa, spread out of Africa, with a few migrants returning back to Africa.

After reading this article, you will have a good idea as to ‘WHO’ West Africans ‘REALLY’ are. Also, if you are an African reading this article, you will better understand why certain conflicts are taking place in the region.

Bear in mind that there are certain forces working hard to hide the TRUE history of West Africans for both economic and political purposes.

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