In places like Kole district an agwata is a must have for baby carrying mothers especially during the hot months. An agwata is a calabash cut in half which can be used for many things. It can be used as a basin. It can be used as a percussion intlstrument and in this case, these women in Kole district were using it as a portable AC unit for their young ones during the afternoon heat.
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