Editor’s Note: Otutu ndi a try go ka ha kewa ndi Igbo. Ha puta, ha a na asi na ndi Opobo abughi ndi Igbo. Mana Ada anyi bu Dr Tina Edmunds-Ogbuokiri aputa go we menye ha ifele na aru. Dr Tina bu onye Igbo si na ala Jaja a n’akpo Opobo, mere k’anyi Mata na ndi Opobo cheta ndi ha bu, n’agbanyehi na ‘otutu ndi’ n’acho I dufu ha n’ezigbo uzo. Gwuo ihe Dr anyi kwuru n’oyibo.
It’s a great blessing to be IGBO!
I can tell you a million and one reasons why I relish being IGBO!
In my next twenty lifetimes, I would love to still remain IGBO!
We are like the Jews. Anytime a group is persecuted, guess what?, they become stronger in virtually all aspects of life.
My story will be short because I have clients (HIV-infected professionals and non-HIV clients) waiting for me. Continue reading “It’s Great To Be Igbo (A Nam Anwuri Na Ndi Opobo Bu Ndi Igbo)- Opobo Indigene”
Nigeria’s present economic woes can only be resolved if an Igbo man is placed at the helm of the country’s economic affairs.
This is the candid solution proferred by Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele, the Spiritual head of INRI Spiritual Evangelical Church
The bold Yoruba cleric said:
“An Igbo man should head the economic team and recession will come to an end. Even the minister of Finance should be removed and those who understand what the economic situation is all about should be made to occupy the position.”
The Igbos have Resourceful Equianoism, a quality that makes a large number of them super resourceful.
Today we will talk about the Olu Igbo people. These were originally Igalla riverine people who settled among the Igbo in canoes in ancient times, and assimilated completely with them- to the point that today, apart from history, there is no other distinction between them and the rest of the Igbos. They were mainly fishermen. Like the Nri and Aro people, the Olu can be found in communities all over Igbo Land. Continue reading “The Olu Igbo People- Igbos Of Igalla Origin”