Portrait of Vicious Dog by Joey L.

Portrait of Vicious Dog

Hamer tribe- Bona is the highly respected chief of his village, Labaltoy. In Hamer culture, the name Bona is given to an aggressive dog or animal. It is not a  common name for a human. When he was young, Bona showed strong signs of aggression and strength, causing his mother to choose this name.
His scarification is a symbol of the enemies of the Borana tribe he killed in battle.
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