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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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9 Natural Qualities That Make Igbos Business Minded

9 Natural Qualities That Make Igbos Business Minded

Have you ever wondered why Igbos are business minded? The truth remains that entrepreneurial activities have helped the Igbos get-back-on-their-feet and start all over again following the 30 months old civil war that devastated the length and breadth of Igboland. But, what exactly makes the Igbos appear cut-out for success in business? What makes them…

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Ndi Igbo, Ijaw Promise To Defend Territories Against Insurgency

Ndi Igbo, Ijaw Promise To Defend Territories Against Insurgency

Leaders of the Igbo and Ijaw nations have promised to defend their territories against the terrorist attacks of the Boko Haram insurgents. The ethnic nationalities made the declaration in separate speeches during the inauguration of the newly elected National Executive Council of the Ohanaeze Youth Wing in Enugu. While the new Leader of the Ohanaeze…

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Ozo Title in Igboland

Ozo Title in Igboland

Across the length and breadth of Igboland, Ozo titleship is a major symbol of prominence. The title-taking event is typically organized with an abundance of yam, meat, wine, and other staple foods - all of which symbolize prosperity in Igbo culture. A close observation of the Ozo title-taking ceremony across the states of the South-east…

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