Flavour and Phyno deserve rewards for promoting Igbo language in their songs

See what Igbodefender.com may give to Flavour, Phyno, for promoting Igbo Language in their songs.

Flavour and Phyno are two popular music artistes that have stuck to bringing out lots of jams in the Igbo language.

In a world where Igbo language is in danger of going extinct, they deserve double accolades. Their music has helped keep Igbo youth interested in the language.

Maybe Igbodefender.com should give them awards for this.

Igbo Language Is Poetry – Chimamanda Adichie Gushes

Igbo is the language of emotions, humor, and laughter. Igbo is the enduring link to my past, it is the language in which my great-grandmothers sang.

Sometimes when I hear the old people speak Igbo in my hometown, Aba I find myself wishing that my own Igbo were not so Anglicized.

I am full of admiration of the complexity of their language and the proverbs that they used and I am in awe of the culture that produced this poetry because that is what the Igbo language is when it is spoken well – it is poetry.

– From Chimamanda Adichie’s speech at the Face of Okija thought leadership and beauty pageant in Anambra State, Igbo Land (Ala Igbo).

Chimamanda Adichie has painted the Igbo language like a violet, with beautiful colours that shine with colour and truth. Dene Nwa Ada Igbo.