Igbos are now using new yam festivals to create awareness of their culture internationally.
If you’ve ever wondered if some things are hidden from Igbos, this book is your answer.
Today we talk about obobo soup, which was used to cement marriages in Awka in times past. How Obobo soup was prepared No vegetables were used. No fish, no oil. The only ingredients used were: Fowl Salt, and Pepper. How obobo soup was used to cement marriages After the soup was cooked, one fowl wing […]
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The cloth Igbos popularly refer to as Isi Agu, should it rather be called Isi Odum? See below: Is isi-agụ the right name for this cloth material that is associated with the Igbos? Yes, isi-agụ is its correct name but what is on the cloth is isi ọdụm (lion’s head), not isi agụ (leopard’s head)