Beyond the mountains on the outskirts of Kubwa is a hamlet called Apeh, meaning Rock, a small settlement of the indigenous Gbagyi tribe of Abuja, Nigeria. Many of which have been resettled due to civilization and development of the Federal Capital Territory. The Gbagyi people are known to be peace-loving and accommodating with impenetrable culture which has led many smaller clans to further move into isolation to preserve their cultural values.

They have a strong sense of community; coming together daily to prepare and eat meals after the day’s  work is a common binding activity of this clan showing the power in collective action and when they sit at meal knowledge is shared and the young ones are empowered learning at the feet of the elders.