I just saw this colourful Igbo traditional wedding (Igba nkwu or Inu mmanya), and thought I must publish it here. Click the photo to watch Igbo culture at its best.
When doing your own Igba nkwu, don’t forget to alert us so we can cover it here.
I am so happy that our nwa ada, Dr Linda Ikeji, is increasingly being recognized the world over for her efforts in revolutionising blogging in Nigeria.
Dr Ikeji took to social media to announce that, yes, she has been nominated for yet another honorary doctorate degree.
Continue reading “Breaking: Linda Ikeji Now Bagging Doctorate Degrees Not Just Designer Bags”
If you go to any part of the world and you did not find an Igbo man, run away from such a place because that is not a good place, he has said.
Let’s think about this for a moment. Is it true? It has to be.
We Igbos are the greatest foreign investors any African country can ask for.
This us because we are willing to set up shop in places where South Africans, Lebanese and Indians would not be willing to go.
Continue reading “Igbos are symbols that a place is good, anywhere on earth – Professor Patrick Lumumba”
Nigeria and Igbo land has always been present in our lives in Africa and when we started talking about the independence of Africa one will, of course, read ‘The Great Zik of Africa’ if not, one hasn’t read history.
– Professor Patrick Lumumba
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Idiom: Ejii ro ututu amanjo afia
Literal Translation: You can’t really determine that a market would be bad in the morning.
Metaphorical Translation: A person’s future can’t be determined by a bad start.