I saw this video and decided to share it here for Igbo history buffs to watch and update thier knowledge/ dispute any discrepancies they find. It was compiled by Mathew Onyekachi Eneoko. Enjoy:
In 1935, G. I. Jones, an anthropoligist took pictures of some ancient Igbo pyramids at the town of Nsude, Udi, in Enugu State, Nigeria with a Roloflex camera. These amazing works of our forefathers pyramids are 10 in number.
(Identifying Igbo Variants During the Era of the Slave Trade)
Ishaq D. Al-Sulaimani
Vernon (Alufiel) Grier, Ed.D
It is universally recognized that Igbo is the correct spelling of the tribe that currently comprises the majority of the inhabitants of south-eastern Nigeria and of whom are readily associated with the Biafran revolution, however during the time of the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade the”Igbo Nation “ was divided into a number of sub-tribe variant
identities which were most commonly expressed in the Egbo,Egba Ebo and Ibo forms.
The purpose of this writing is to promote the understanding that the majority of the captives taken from Africa for enslavement in the Americas were of Igbo origins by identifying the role of the sub-tribe variants during the slave trade and their recognized status as being part of a once greater and more inclusive Igbo identity. Continue reading
“Igbos are wandering Jews of West Africa – gifted, aggressive, westernized, and at best, envied and resented, but mostly despised by their neighbors in the Federation—” (a White House Memo on Biafra January 28, 1969 to President Nixon by Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger) (Source : U.S Foreign Relations Documents Volume 5 , 1969)
Henry Kissinger is one of the greatest statemen to come from the United States. He served as US National Security Adviser and Secretary Of State (Foriegn Minister) to President Richard Nixon. Continue reading