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MASSOB declares August month for Igbo mass return

MASSOB declares August month for Igbo mass return

The Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) has declared August of 2017 as a date for the mass return of all Igbo indigenes living in the north. The group said the declaration was to help Igbo indigenes beat the October 1st deadline given to them by the Arewa youths. According…

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Top 10 Igbo gospel musicians 2017 [SEE LIST]

Top 10 Igbo gospel musicians 2017 [SEE LIST]

These are the top 10 Igbo gospel musicians in the east for 2017. They are all based in the Igboland but their name, fame, and game spreads across Nigeria and beyond. the top 10 Igbo gospel musicians are listed as follows: 1 PRINCE GOZIE OKEKE He is very popular not just in the East but…

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How to resolve Igbo agitation for Biafra – Onuesoke

How to resolve Igbo agitation for Biafra – Onuesoke

A chieftain of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), Sunny Onuesoke, has said the best way to resolve the Igbo’s agitation for self-realization through Biafra is to allow them to secede. Speaking to group of journalists in Abuja, Onuesoke maintained that people and ethnic nationalities have rights that must be respected, adding that if the Igbos…

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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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People are shocked to know I was not born an Igbo – Lolo 1 of Wazobia FM

People are shocked to know I was not born an Igbo – Lolo 1 of Wazobia FM

Multiple award-winning On-Air Personality, Omotunde Adebowale-David, popularly known as Lolo 1 of Wazobia FM has said that the shock people get from realizing that she was not born an Igbo works well for her brand. She disclosed this in a recent chat with Obindigbo. According to Lolo 1 of Wazobia FM, people typically express shock…

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Significance of ‘Red Cap’ in Igbo culture

Significance of ‘Red Cap’ in Igbo culture

The ‘red cap’ worn by chiefs in Igboland symbolizes authority, tradition, and culture; and it also represents the entire institution of leadership, authority, and power in Igbo culture. Putting on the red cap is not an all-comers affair in Igboland as there are always a select number of individuals who are entitled to wear this…

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