Communities all over the world have different lifestyles and cultures that they rely on and observe to guide them through the ecosystem. Some communities however, adopted the most wicked ways of living in the history of mankind.
In this write-up, we explore some of these individuals, bearing in mind what they did to merit their place on this listicle.
Taraba villagers flee as Fulani raid their villages: Image. Courtesy.
Fulani tribe from Nigeria are known to be one of the wicked tribes in the world’s book of record due to their incessant killings of innocent people.
The group which consists of nomadic herdsmen, have been reported numerous times raiding villages in their wake, attacking and killing innocent people and razing down farmlands.
They have caused terror and anxiety to many people from the southern states.
They are often seen carrying weapons (sticks, machetes, daggers and even guns) taking with them their herd of cattle.
The pastoral crisis in the country has reportedly resulted to many deaths than Boko Haram.
The Wari (Pakaa Nova) are an indigenous group from Brazil, found in the Amazon rainforest in the state of Rondonia. Image: Courtesy
They also have made settlements within the Sagarana indigenous territory near the town of Rodrigues Alves.
Wari people feast on human flesh. They eat their dead relatives as "a sign of honor" and to their enemies as warning to dare venture into their territory.
The wealthiest social class Nigeria comes from the Igbos. These community is well known across the globe due to their business sense know how.
However, the Igbos are also considered the most dangerous and wicked in the country due to their dirty game in acquiring their riches.
Majority of them are known to be cheats and other criminal related activities like drug smuggling and fraud.
They also reportedly perform human sacrifices to fuel their wealth, otherwise known as blood money.
Melanesians are a predominant and indigenous inhabitants of Melanesia, occupying Maluku Islands and New Guinea to as far east as the islands of Vanuatu and Fiji.
They are well known for feasting on human flesh as part of their delicacy, which they apparently relish a lot.
Former Congolese rebel leader Bosco "Terminator" Ntaganda. Image: Courtesy
These rebels from Ituri Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo were found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
The fighters carried out gruesome massacres of civilians, [email protected], and seks-ual slavery.
In 2003 at a United Nations conference, Mbuti Pygmies represented by Sinafasi Makelo accused the rebels for hunting them down, killing and frying their remains for dinner.
The Kalingos, also known as Caribs tribe, are inhabitants of the Caribbean islands of Lesser Antilles, from whom the word cannibalism is derived.
Their reputation for savagely feasting on human flesh and drinking their blood dates back from the 17th century.
The Aztecs were a Mesoamerican culture that flourished in central Mexico in the post-classic period from 1300 to 152. This tribe is considered one of the most ruthless community in history.
The group, known to offer human sacrifices to their gods, tore the hearts of those to be sacrificed while they are still alive and fried them up for lunch.
Cambodian soldiers fighting in the Khmer Rouge Rebellion were reportedly ripping out the hearts and livers out of fallen Khmer Rouge soldiers who were killed in battle and fried them up for dinner.
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