Ụmụ nne Abrahamụọgụ Aṅụsịobi Madụ. Nwoke be anyị aha ya bụ Irochọnwụ. Ndị mba ọzọ na akpọ ya Ilochọnwụ. Ofu ihe/ife ahụ. Onye na ero iro chọrọ ọnwụ. Iro iro adịghị mma. Iro na ebuta ọnwụ,HO! HA! Onye iro/ilo gị ...Read More »
Ụmụ nne Abrahamụọgụ Aṅụsịobi Madụ.
Oge. Oge eruela. Oge na aga. Ogbu oge. Ogechi. Ogechukwu. Oge adịghị kwa. Oge ụtụtụ. Oge ehihie. Oge abala. Oge amụrụ ya. Oge adị ime ya bụ nwata. Oge ọnwụ ya. Oge ha bịara. Oge ha ga ala. Oge ha ...Read More »
ICAM Ga-awa JI!!!!
N’ụbọchị Satọdee, Ahịa Afọ, n’ọnwa asatọ (Ọgọstụ), n’abalị ishi, Igbo bụ Igbo bi na Michigan ga-awa ji site n’ọgbakọ Igbo Cultural Association of Michigan (ICAM). Ihe ukwu ga-eme n’ụbọchị ahụ. Ji ga-adọrọ n’ite ma dọrọkwa n’abọ. Mmanya ga-adọrọ n’udu dọrọkwa ...Read More »
Maazị Ọsụọfịa nwere ọnụ
You cook pọtị. Ị na esi pọtị kpọ ya nri. Oke rie ọnwụọ ka Ị na akpọ nri? Maazị Ọsụọfịa nwere ọnụ,HO! HA! Nwanyị na esi pọtị na esi ajọ nri,HO! HA! Ya kpọtụba! Ya gazie. Ụmụ nne Abrahamụọgụ Aṅụsịobi ...Read More »
Dimkpa Agụ m: Ndewo!
Ụwa dịwakwara gị mma-oo! Biko, onye adakwala mba n’ihe gbasara asụsụ Igbo ka ewu ghara ịta anyị igu n’isi. Onye gbuwe achara onye gbuwee, onye akpọla ibe ya onye ikonyi. Onye ọbụla ahụla etu nwanne anyị, Abraham Madụ, ji-agbalị n’okwu ...Read More »
Photos: Check out an Igbo village built in Virginia, USA!
The Igbo town is situated in Staunton, Virginia, USA. As indicated by one of the coordinators Basil Okafor, “The State of Virginia and US government recognize the Igbos as one of the early slaves who settled in Virginia.” See more ...Read More »
Must Read: 5 Exciting Things to do in Anambra
The enchanting feel of rustic lifestyle is the allure that drives tourists and visitors to Anambra, a state in southeast Nigeria with a wealthy heritage, charming landscapes and grounded culture. These fun attractions revolve around Awka – the state capital, Onitsha, and Nnewi. ...Read More »
4 Amazing Things About Igbo Traditional Marriages
The Igbos are one of the three dominant ethnic groups in Nigeria. They hold their culture in high esteem and inhabit 5 states –Ebonyi, Enugu, Imo, Abia and Anambra-in the South East. Their conjugal ceremonies are akin to grand festivals as families jive ...Read More »
Igbo: How Top 3 Nigeria’s traditional rulers are selected (Igbo)
Igbo During the colonial era, the Igbos in South East Nigeria did not have king. They practiced a decentralised system of administration. In other words, everyone had a say in the socio-political system of the community. However, this system has ...Read More »
Bishop Denounces Lavish Spending On Burrial Ceremonies In South East
The Catholic Bishop of Awka Diocese, His Grace, Most Rev. Paulinus C. Ezeokafor has denounced the high cost of covering the dead in Igbo land Cleric Ezeokafor who conveyed a sermon amid the internment of the prime priest of Umuchukwu ...Read More »