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Widows: some harmful practices they experience in Igbo land

Widows: some harmful practices they experience in Igbo land

In Igbo land, some practices widows experience in line with Igbo culture have been claimed to violate their human rights of women. For instance; wives of kings in some communities must mourn their husbands for seven years before they are buried and another one year after their interment. Similarly, widows who are not queens were…

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Traditional marriage: 5 smart ways Igbos reduce cost of ceremony

Traditional marriage: 5 smart ways Igbos reduce cost of ceremony

Traditional marriage in Igbo land is a highly spiritual event that carries a lot of importance. In fact, no couple will be recognized as married in Igboland unless every traditional rite is observed to its fullest extent. The things required to be presented to the bride’s family may be a little expensive under today’s rate…

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4 Things Pregnant Igbo Women Should Share with their Partners

4 Things Pregnant Igbo Women Should Share with their Partners

In Igbo land, pregnancy and motherhood are spiritual, physical, and emotional moments for the womenfolk. For many families, pregnancy as well as motherhood is a thing of great joy, excitement, and curiosity. Therefore, in going through the processes of childbirth in accordance with Igbo tradition, there are several things pregnant Igbo women should  share with their partners, and they include:…

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5 Secrets for making Your Love Relationship with an Igbo Person Last

5 Secrets for making Your Love Relationship with an Igbo Person Last

Letting your partner know how much you love him or her is accomplished not just with gifts, but rather the little things you do everyday. This season shouldn’t be the only period you’ll go the extra mile for you better half. Below are 5 secrets to making your love relationship to an Igbo person last:…

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Beautiful photos and colours of Igbo Traditional Marriage

Beautiful photos and colours of Igbo Traditional Marriage

Yes, it may take an Igbo man a little while before he gets married. But when he does, it is far from being a private affair. Almost everyone is involved, and everyone is happy. Traditional marriage in Igboland is usually colourful, but relatively costly to organize. However, it is a tradition that must be fulfilled…

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How to tell or know if an Igbo Man Really Wants to Marry You

How to tell or know if an Igbo Man Really Wants to Marry You

When an Igbo man wants to marry you,  he typically has no time to waste. He meets  you now, makes a decision within six months, makes his intentions known to you and starts to make concrete plans. He doesn't start expecting you to foot his bills, pay his house rent or, ask you to borrow…

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Igbo Women and the Craze for Aso-ebi Styles, Colours and Designs

Igbo Women and the Craze for Aso-ebi Styles, Colours and Designs

Aso-ebi, a cultural trend, began in Yorubaland, but has steadily gained popularity in Igboland. These days, we can't deny the aesthetic value aso-ebi style, colour and design adds to Igbo cultural events - wine carrying ceremony, funerals, new yam festivals etc The aso-ebi craze has become so palpable among Igbo women that not buying it…

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10 Reasons Getting Married Isn’t Difficult For Igbo Women

10 Reasons Getting Married Isn’t Difficult For Igbo Women

Marriage doesn't pose a challenge to most Igbo women who pull down some barriers and adhere to certain rules... lol! Mr. right is always some steps away. Here's why: They Don't Play hard to Get: Some Igbo ladies don't pretend to be busy for too long, when asked out on a date; neither do they…

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5 Mistakes Ladies Make on a First Date with an Igbo Man

5 Mistakes Ladies Make on a First Date with an Igbo Man

Being on a first date with a very handsome, educated, and wealthy Igbo man can be such an exciting experience for most ladies. It is possible for most ladies to become over-excited, and start to mess things up. The key is to relax, enjoy yourself, and not talk too much. Obindigbo Magazine presents to you…

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How Igbo Men Cope with long Distance Relationships

How Igbo Men Cope with long Distance Relationships

In love, some say out of sight is out of mind. But one thing that is so clear to most Igbo men in diaspora who maintain successful long distance relationships with Igbo women in Nigeria is the fact that keeping a successful long distance relationship afloat is not easy. However the secrets of success in such…

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