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    ON the Southern Pacific coast of 'Colombia' and Northern Pacific coast of Ecuador there's a surname of African origin, it is CARABALI. It is said to be a corruption/or re-saying of the city CALABAR in Nigeria. It is said that these Africans were brought from the port of Calabar and thus given the surname CARABALI. Even till this day when we see the surname CARABALI, a very SSA person is expected behind that surname. I will post pictures of different Carabalis.

    Julian Carabali



    Erika Julieth Carabali



    Alberni Carabalí Yesid Hernández



    Julian Andres Carabali Pena



    Hector Jhonny Carabali



    Tito Torres Carabali



    Mauricio Carabali



    Jorge Carabali



    Hamir Carabali



    Hector Carabali



    CAICEDO BEDER CARABALI JAIRO



    Keila Carabali



    Alexander Dominguez Carabali



    Clemencia Carabali



    MAIRA ALEJANDRA VASQUEZ CARABALI



    Ivan Alexis Carabali Hurtado



    Veronica Maria Gomez Carabali



    Diego Luis Carabali



    Elia Larrahondo Carabali- Mayor of Buenos Aires, Cauca



    Leidy Patricia Vásquez Carabalí



    Humberto Carabali

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    Other surname for these descendants may be Biafara, Biafra. Colombia and Ecuador are one of the few places with surviving African surnames, African Y-dna must be VERY high among afro colombians, specialy in towns with those surnames.

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    Wow. They look strongly Nigerian and Central/West African. Its almost like all of the ancestots com frpm the same tribes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonboyclem View Post
    Wow. They look strongly Nigerian and Central/West African. Its almost like all of the ancestots com frpm the same tribes.
    True, I'm trying to get the perspective of the Nigerians on this forum too to see what they think, if they can still be from Nigeria today.

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    Technically even though they are Carabli by surname they shuold have other African ethnic groups in the mixture, seems like the colombian pacific coast had alot of Togo/Benin/Nigerian influence, as well as Congolese/Angolan. I'd guess most of these people have all those mixtures, however they might sitll be pred. southeast nigerian (Carabli) MAYBE in DNATribes they will be most similar to Igbo which are part of the calabar ethnic groups brouht over as Carabali, if they had Efik's they should as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lemba View Post
    Technically even though they are Carabli by surname they shuold have other African ethnic groups in the mixture, seems like the colombian pacific coast had alot of Togo/Benin/Nigerian influence, as well as Congolese/Angolan. I'd guess most of these people have all those mixtures, however they might sitll be pred. southeast nigerian (Carabli) MAYBE in DNATribes they will be most similar to Igbo which are part of the calabar ethnic groups brouht over as Carabali, if they had Efik's they should as well.
    Yes, I believe that would be the case genetically but I would like one of the WA posters to say if they can be placed in Nigeria today or not, or do they look too African mixed with various ethnicities to just be one ethnicity phenotypically in SSA today.

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    Are there other African surnames besides Carabali?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jibarodepr View Post
    Are there other African surnames besides Carabali?
    Yes I am going to try to make other threads on those eventually posting pics like this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maroon King View Post
    Yes, I believe that would be the case genetically but I would like one of the WA posters to say if they can be placed in Nigeria today or not, or do they look too African mixed with various ethnicities to just be one ethnicity phenotypically in SSA today.
    Ask Gawash. He's lurking somewhere on this forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonboyclem View Post
    Ask Gawash. He's lurking somewhere on this forum.
    Good looking, I just posted the question on his profile page.

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