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This paper analyses the language of Palm Wine Drinkers' Club in Nigeria, known as Kegite Club. The paper's main objective is to examine the pattern and language use of the Kegite club and highlight how it departs from the linguistic pattern found within the general society where the club exists. By using Giles (1971) Communication Accommodation Theory, the paper demonstrates how Kegite members converge with their members by using the Kegite linguistic patterns and diverge from non-members,doi:10.17507/jltr.0904.25 fatcat:vf4l4cvhafeqldpxlrqt2ujpt4