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The present-day annual Tuk-Ham festival is a fusion of the Ku and Fain festivals which were celebrated by the forebears of the Ham (Jaba) people and takes place in Kwoi (187 kilometres from Kaduna). It features traditional and cultural displays, dances, “Juju” and a gala night. It is usually celebrated during the Easter season over a two-day period and is normally preceded by a symposium and the Tir-Ham (Miss Jaba) competition.