Albinism in Nigeria:
A Clinical and Social Study
Albinism in Nigeria is more common in the southern parts of the country.  The reason for this is attributed to inbreeding among members of thesame clan or townships. Persons with albinism face hostility both from the society and from the sun. 1,000 persons with albinism in Nigeria are studied here which showed that no person with albinism over 20 years of age in this group was without malignant or pre-malignant skin lesions.
Okoro, A.N.
Albino; Albinism; Nigeria; Occurrence; Skin Cancer; Health; Social relations; Education.
British Journal of Dermatology, (1975) 92, 485.