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7 Food Gifts Igbos Love to Exchange During Christmas

7 Food Gifts Igbos Love to Exchange During Christmas

In Igboland, Christmas is the time to exchange gifts that people can actually use – eat. Here is a list of some of the food gifts we – Igbos - love to give out or exchange at Christmas. Christmas isn’t just about the 25th of December, it’s also about the buildup and the days leading…

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Women and Property Inheritance in Igboland

Women and Property Inheritance in Igboland

Female children in Igboland have suffered so much neglect and exclusion from being involved in their family inheritance due to our cultural beliefs and tradition which invariably position the women as temporary children. In Igboland, they are subconsciously seen and treated as less important to the family, yet when serious needs arise in the family…

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Reasons Why Igbo Men Marry Late

Reasons Why Igbo Men Marry Late

There have been worries in many families in Igbo land when male children fail to get married when they are due. Often times, men as old as 40 remain unmarried, not because they do not want to be married, but because they lack the resources to do so. Findings show that one of the reasons…

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Akwete: The Art of Cloth Weaving in Igboland

Akwete: The Art of Cloth Weaving in Igboland

Before the introduction of coinage currency in Igboland, cloth was used as trade good and currency item. It is worn for body beautification and decoration, and for ceremonies. Cloth is also a material of great economic, cultural, political and social importance. Cloth weaving is an ancient craft of our people dating to the early new…

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5 Reasons You Should Marry An Igbo Lady

5 Reasons You Should Marry An Igbo Lady

A well-written article on ireportgist.com, gives 5 reasons why Igbo ladies should be the first port of call for any man thinking of marriage within and beyond Nigeria. Enjoy the piece below: Igbo women are very hardworking and consistent. No matter how many times they failed in a business, they still push ahead until they…

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How Best should Igbo Women Wear their Sexy Lace Dresses?

How Best should Igbo Women Wear their Sexy Lace Dresses?

No other material gives Igbo women that fun, sexy and feminine appeal like lace. Be it a casual or formal outing, Igbo women shouldn't be afraid to experiment with lace because it is an elegant choice. Here are a few tips on how best to wear lace dresses: Colour pop When wearing lace, Igbo women should invest in an array of bright…

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How Best Should Igbo Men Wear Jackets?

How Best Should Igbo Men Wear Jackets?

There are many types of jackets for Igbo men to choose from; each fulfilling its purpose and fashion. Discover your favourites and how best to wear them 1. Suit jacket The suit jacket is the top wear in a two-piece or three-piece suit. It is the most formal way of wearing a jacket. They have…

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What Men’s Fashion from the Past are Relevant on Valentine Day?

What Men’s Fashion from the Past are Relevant on Valentine Day?

Men's fashion has always been a little bit laid-back compared to women's fashion. Going a little old skool may be the answer to most men's valentine fashion. Even great designer's draw inspiration for their creativity from fashions of the past too. For 2015 valentine day, fashion themes from the 70's such as; Playboy, City agents, Rock…

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10 Simple Ways to Keep Your Relationship Alive

10 Simple Ways to Keep Your Relationship Alive

Most relationship start out as a huge celebration but suddenly become boring, filled with arguments and uninteresting. This could be caused by "un-understanding" on the part of the partners. To revitalize your relationship this season and always, we present you the following 10 simple ways of keeping any relationship alive: Without quality time your relationship will not survive. Carve out…

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7 Habits that’ll Stand Between You and a Great Skin this Christmas

7 Habits that’ll Stand Between You and a Great Skin this Christmas

FACT: After any typical long day this Christmas season, we believe everyone would rather choose to feel fresh than weary. However, the way Igbos enjoy the Christmas season these days makes it a little difficult to keep a routine for maintaining a great skin. This is because, we spend most parts of both our days and nights working…

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