| The Kuka are one of three tribes (others are the Bilala and Medogo) in the same region who speak similar languages, intermarry, share the same religion, and have similar traditions. All three tribes are primarily farmers. The villages consist of several fenced-in, rectangular compounds. Women usually have their own plots of land near their homes. They live in compact villages, each of which is run by a local chief or headman. The chief and the village elders are in charge of settling disputes between the villagers. The Kuka are virtually all Muslim. They have been strongly influenced by nearby Muslim Arab merchants, with whom they trade on a regular basis. Although some of their pre-Islamic practices are still observed, Muslim laws and traditions are strongly followed in conjunction with those practices.Ministry Obstacles
No scripture is reported as available in the Naba language, but Gospel recordings are available.
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