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.
New yam festival is not just a festival where food is eaten. It is a constant reminder and an encouragement to Ndigbo to
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Kola Nut has long reigned supreme as far as Iwa Ọjị ceremony is concerned. But now, it has a serious rival, namely, the African Garden Egg.
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Iwa Ọjị ceremony is the Igbo practice of praying over kolanuts, breaking them and sharing them to be eaten by all present as a sign of peace. It is usually done when hosts are receiving guests. It is also done in public events.
It can be compared to the British tradition of having tea with guests or the Japanese Tea Ceremony.
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