Found in the north-western region of Nigeria, Kebbi State (with its name derived from the Kebbi River) is largely made up of farmland and desert. The farms primarily grow ground nut, cotton, Gum Arabia, tobacco and grains. Agriculture is particularly important to the people of Kebbi, as it sustains millions of livelihoods each year. Famous for the Argungu Fishing Festival, Kebbi is also dependent on water systems to provide people with fresh fish. Kebbi state offers a unique look into how diverse Nigerian culture is, with traditions and customs that can only be found here.