Igbo Land might be our beloved fatherland. But let us tell ourselves the truth: there is an awful amount of killings that go on there due to unnecessary land disputes!
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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.
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.
Today, we the Igbodefenders of Igbodefender.com observe Proto Bantu Day, 2018.
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It is an effort to promote the fact that the Igbos were and are the Proto Bantus. They introduced Bantu culture or Bantuism to Africa.
Read also: Video Showing Cultural Linkage Between Igbos (Proto Bantus) And The Venda Bantu Tribe
Today, there are over 250 million
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Otobo Ugwudinoke is a place in the ancient Igbo iron smelting town, Lejja, Enugu State, Nigeria, that is filled with century-old columns of stones arranged in a near semi-circle.
You might have heard of the world-fanous Stonehenge. Well, these rocks also have a mysterious origin like the ricks of Stonehenge.
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