The tunic is an ancestral outfit on the African continent that is worn by both men and women. In West Africa, it came to be adopted in the 5th century, when Arab traders wore it as a loose garment intended to protect against heat. Let’s discover the tunic, a garment that seduces in Africa.
Models vary by region and use. They have other names depending on the region such as agbada (Yoruba, Dagomba), babban riga wcc rober (haoussa), k’sa (Touareg), mboubeu (wolof), big bubu (in the various French-speaking countries).