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Bekwarra migrants, wherever they settle in good numbers, engage in undying social practices that maintain their distinct ethnic identity. Such social practices include cultural dance, traditional marriage, New Yam Festivals, Age Grade system, burial rites and work songs. These practices perform functions that range from maintenance of their ethnic identity, socialization and enculturation of their children, social cohesion and literary aesthetics. This paper, using functionalism as itsdoi:10.25273/she.v2i3.10770 doaj:dde7c100334a4aa596650366e19e126d fatcat:fzpbbcwf35eoho7ara37eju3em