Wild Yam Question + Eri Igbo Creation Myth Confirms Igbos Were The First Men

Every day, new clues show that Igbos were indeed the First Men on earth. Read this passage culled from an article in Vanguard.

According to Igbo oral history, Eri was the father of all humanity, created in swamp and whose first food was Yam and palm oil.

This tarries with natural sciences that purports that Man had to evolve in a swampy environment that would have had both freshwater and saltwater, to provide the salts necessary in our physiological development.
A 2013 study at Kyoto University, Japan proves the ‘Wild Yam Question’ that purported that the first humans survived on picking wild Yams – H. Yasouka 2013. The Volta-Niger ethnolinguistic subfamily culture and festivals are tied around Yam festivals.

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“The Igbos And Igalas Come From The Same Blood Family”

I share an article which states clearly that the Igbos and the Igalas are related by blood.

 

Before I post the article below, I have certain observations to make:

  • Igala is today, a common name among the Igbo
  • In fact, the founder of the Igala ethnic group, who was named Igala himself is said to be a child of Eri the founder of the Igbo ethnic group
  • A former Attah of Igala had the title of Ababa Idu, which is also an Igbo title
  • Idu is an ancient name for the Igbo
  • Olu are Igbos who came down from Igala Land and settled and completely assimilated into the Igbo ethnic group
  • The king of the Igala nation is called Attah. There are places in the Igbo ancestral area called Attah today, as you will find in the article below
  • Parts of Anambra State remain Igala till today. And they are treated completely equally as Igbos

Having noted these, find posted the article in the link below: Continue reading