Guys, is the taboo against left-handedness not outdated?

See this extract below:

Using the left hand: Using the left hand to do anything is forbidden in Igboland and strictly prohibited – regardless of the fact that the individual may be left-handed. A left-handed individual is trained or oriented to learn the use of the right hand in eating, writing, giving and accepting things. Elders deeply frown on giving or taking things with the left hand because it is considered most disrespectful and unfortunate.

Extract source: https://www.nairaland.com/5628880/ten-taboos-igbo-land.no-5

Now, isn’t this discriminatory against left-handed individuals? Think am na?

Ndikeluonwu Kingdom Searches For Its Long-Lost Prince After Author, HRH Chukwuemeka Ike Dies

The king is dead. Author of The Bottled Leopard, HRH Igwe Chukwuemeka Ike is dead, but the people of the Igbo Kingdom of Ndikeluonwu cannot yet say ‘long live the new king’.

This is because Chukuemeja Ike’s only grandson has not been seen by the Ndikeluonwu royal family for decades.

See details of this developing story here.

To the Iroko that has fallen, we say, What Is Dead May Never Die.

Innoson, Air Peace, Victims Of Anti Igboism – Ohaneze Boss

“What Chief Chukwumma Innocent and Barrister Allen Onyema, particularly, has accomplished so far, no Indigenous industrialist in Nigeria has been able to do for the development of the country, he boosted.

“If Innoson Motors were owned by other regional businessmen, no frustration, harassment and intimidation would have come up, he added.

“We called on those involved directly or indirectly in the orchestrated campaign to frustrate our industrious sons to desist from their evil act…

Ohaneze Anambra State Boss, Chief Damian Okeke-Ogene