Igbo Woman Named 2016 Most Valuable Player Of U.S. Womens NBA League 

Nnemkadi Ogwumike has been named as the Most Valuable Player of U.S. WNBA League in 2016, after she led her team to clinch the 2016 League Championships. Congrats, Nwa Ada Igbo. Also, her sister, Chiney Ogwumike, selected by the Connecticut Sun as its Number One draft pick. Their double success is likely to be as a result of Equianoism, a learnable way of getting extraordinary achievement that is inbuilt in many Igbo and Afro Americans.

Hurray! Yet Another Igbo Appointed As World Bank Vice President

The world can see how great the Igbos are, and have appointed yet another Igbo amazon as a Vice President of the World Bank. Ms Sandie Okoro has been named as Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the World Bank Group. She joins other Igbo ladies like Oby Ezekwesiri, Ngozi Okonjo Iweala and Aruma Oteh as Igbo women who have been made Vice President of the bank of the world.

If Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari can put qualified Igbos into strategic economic posts, they will turn Nigeria into an economic powerhouse in no time, and end the bloody recession we are faced with. The world knows. Nigeria should know.

Okoro’s achievement is likely the result of Equianousm, a learnable way of achieving extraordinary success inbuilt in many Igbos and Afro Americans.

Igbo Footballer Cycles With Ball On Head For 100km, Sets World Record

Igbo footballer Harrison Chinedu has set a Guinness Record by cycling with a ball on his head for 100 kilometers. Harrison Chinedu balanced a football on his head while riding a bicycle for a distance of 103,6 kilometers in Lagos, Nigeria. An ambassador of Igboachievement, Chinedu Harrison had earlier broke the Guinness World Record for walking the longest distance – 48.04 kms in 6 hours, 15 minutes – with a ball on his head on the 6th  of Marchnthis year.

He trekked from the Redeemed Christian Church of God Camp on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway to the National Stadium in Surulere, Lagos on that occassion. His success is most likely the result of Equianoism, a learnable way of extraordinary achievement that is inbuilt in many Igbos.

Deme, nwa afor Igbo.

Yoruba Governor Says Igbo Own All Permanent Structures In Nigeria

Governor Fayose of Ekiti State, one if the most detribalized and forthright politicians ever in Nigeria, has come out with unusual praise for the Igbo people. While recieving an Igbo delegation in Ekiti State, he heaped praise on the hard working Igbo people. He said, “Whatever anybody says, the Igbos are a unique people in the country. God forbid, if Nigeria should break, they are the only nation that can survive because they are industrious people. Continue reading “Yoruba Governor Says Igbo Own All Permanent Structures In Nigeria”

Igbo Defender’s Epic Reply To Question Doubting Ife’s Igbo Aborigin Story

The questioner had asked; ‘ What Ife Priesthood is synonymous with Igbo?’

Igbodefender replied: Good question, Sir. Take the then Igbo Kings of Ife, the Obatala for instance. One of their titles was Obi Osere Igbo. Now, let us analyse the title Obi Osere Igbo. The Obi part of the title is undeniably an Igbo royal title, as in Obi of Onitsha, Obi of Otolo, Nnewi, etc., etc., etc.

The Osere part of the title has a deep priestly significance in Igbo Land. For example, in the Igbo kingdom of Ogwuta in Imo State, their priests have inherited the title Osere. In Ogwuta, the Osere is the Chief Priest of the Owu Institution. (Does the word Owu ring a bell?. Don’t say no o.)

Okay, let’s continue with our analysis of the Oba Igbo’s title, Obi Osere Igbo.

The last part of the title Igbo is self explanatory. If one should translate that Obatala title from Igbo to English, it would simply mean Priest King of the Igbo. Mind you, ancient Igbo Kings like the King of Nri, were the aboriginal Igbo of Ife originated according to History of the Igbo World by Prince Charles Offokaja were and are priest kings.

Even Catherine Acholonu, whom you despise, told us of a trip she took to Cuba, where she saw a statue of Obatala built by Afro Descendants (probably from Ife) in which the following phrase was inscribed Obatala, King of the Igbo Nation). this phrase is so insightful that I will repeat it, Obatala, King of the Igbo Nation. These and other facts are documented in the book, History of the Igbo World, which you can purchase at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K4AIUO8 at a very affordable price. In fact, if you had read the book, you wouldn’t have asked me such an easy question. Oga, bring difficult questions na.

Source: http://www.nairaland.com/3456196/why-igbo-also-commemorate-queen