Caps in Nigerian traditional attire may have a particular cultural significance or just worn as an accessory.
Nigeria is a country with diverse cultures, languages, traditions and people, and out of the many, the major tribes remain the Igbo, Yoruba and Hausa-Fulani. For centuries, many of the tribes wore their unique traditional attire and acquired certain signature styles in which they dress. However, with the advent of western culture, Nigerian traditional attires have been relegated to being worn during important ceremonies and events.
Whatever the case, some of these traditional outfits are flanked by caps, which carry certain significance depending on the culture. Read more at Pulse.ng.