I saw the video in this link and knew you’ll like to watch it. It is about our Igbo brothers in Equatorial Guinea. Watch and learn more of them.
Remember in Mark 5:37-44 when Jesus Christ saw the girl that had died he said “Talitha cu mi” and the dead got up and walked. For a dead person to get up and walk, that person has to start breathing again. As we know breathe is life. Now, what if what Jesus actually said was […]
Today we bring you an excerpt from the Igbo historical authority ‘OnyeOGA’ who stated on Nairaland that the English Language was developed from Igbo-Base-8 code. Read on: It is known that the earliest people = Kwa (Akwa -Nshi) Kwushi Kush bu ndi gboo bU ndi mBU = first people, bu ndi nGBOchi = the saviors […]
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)
Ebuka- Ebuka is the short form of the name ‘Chukwuebuka’. And it means ‘God is so big.’ See more after the cut