The people Banna of Ethiopia, located around Key Afar and Weyto to the banks of the river, about 40 000 individuals. They engaged in farming and hunting.
The Banna have gross similarities with their cousins Hamer who share their language, their customs and beliefs. Thus they engage in ritual dances and songs and celebrate the ceremony Ukuli or » jumping cow . »
Men often Bana parent of a clay headdress decorated with feathers. As for women, they coat their hair butter and decorate with beads. During the ritual celebrations , men and women adorn their bodies with paint , clay or lime .