The Ogoni are a clan whose art and culture are related to that of their neighbors: the Igbo, Ijo, Efik, and Ibibio. These groups perform numerous plays and masquerades, several of which are secular. A common character in them is the he-goat, representative of the rambunctious, mischievous, and antisocial aspects of human behavior. This character dances energetically and erratically, expressing the idea that “if you do bad things, people will talk about you”.

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