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17 Year Old Crowned King In Delta

17 Year Old Crowned King In Delta

A fifteen year old boy has been crowned the traditional ruler of the kingdom of Ubulu-Uku in Aniocha South LGA of Delta state. He is replacing his father Obi Akaeze Edward Ofulue III, who was found dead last month after being kidnapped by unknown gunmen. The teenager was on Friday, after fulfilling the various rites,…

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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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Bakare: I Saw A Giant With Igbo Clothing Pursuing Me In My Dream

Bakare: I Saw A Giant With Igbo Clothing Pursuing Me In My Dream

Outspoken and controversial fiery preacher, Pastor Tunde Bakare, might stir up another tribal argument in Nigeria's media space with his recent revelation that he was pursued in a dream by a giant wearing an Igbo attire. READ ALSO:¬†Gunmen Kill Igbo Businessman In South Africa In a YouTube video reviewed by SaharaReporters, Bakare who was explaining…

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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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All you need to know about Head Wears, Igbo women and men

All you need to know about Head Wears, Igbo women and men

Headwear has always been associated with fashion statements. it's an accessory that has come to stay in the wardrobe of Igbo men and women alike. It comes in different forms, shapes, and sizes depending on an individual's taste and choice. So, what's up with headwear? Indeed, this is a question to be asked to both…

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