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See Awesome Photos Of Made-In-Biafra Shoes

See Awesome Photos Of Made-In-Biafra Shoes

The people from the Southeastern part of Nigeria as again showcased their ingenuity and creativity as awesome photos of Biafra-made shoes have hit the internet. The shoes were branded with the letters- ‘Biafra’ and with the inscription which says “Biafra – a blessed Nation.” See photos below: Ndi Igbo Kwenu!

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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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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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Igbo Traditional Attires of the Past

Igbo Traditional Attires of the Past

Igbo Traditional Attires The Igbo traditional attire of the past generally consisted of little clothing, as the purpose of clothing originally was simply to conceal private parts, although elders were fully clothed.  Children were usually nude from birth until they reach puberty status (the time when they were considered to have something to hide), but sometimes ornaments…

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