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To say that Nigerians  with albinism are stigmatized is an understatement: Some believe their presence is a sign of bad luck, leading their parents to avoid acknowledging them or even to try to kill them. Others believe their body parts can bring fortune and prosperity, prompting people to kill them or traffickers to sell them for their body parts — though this happens less in Nigeria than in other African countries like Mozambique, Malawi and Tanzania.

In a population of  people, Nigeria has approximately 5,000 individuals with albinism, according to Kwame Andrews Daklo, a social worker focused on albino advocacy with Engage Now Africa, a nongovernmental organization that provides medical services, clean water and business training to communities in Nigeria and other African countries.

 

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