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Political Appointments: ‘Igbos Should Excercise Patience With Buhari’

Political Appointments: ‘Igbos Should Excercise Patience With Buhari’

Following the anticipated political appointments of President Muhammadu Buhari, indigenes in the southeastern part of Nigeria have been urged to exercise patience. According to Alfred Ononugbo, the special assistant to the Imo state governor and liaison officer in Lagos, the Igbos will not be marginalised in the appointment of officials by the administration of President…

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What’s Up with Igbo Men and Black Shirts?

What’s Up with Igbo Men and Black Shirts?

An Igbo man will always tell you that black never goes out of season; neither does it clash with other colours. Black can be paired with other colours. Black can be paired with almost any colour of trousers and shoe. Obindigbo Magazine recently visited one of the clothing lines  in Onitsha Main Market to ask…

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What You Need to Know To Become a Dorobucci in Igboland

What You Need to Know To Become a Dorobucci in Igboland

Many people on the streets of the South-East used to be confused as to the real meaning of Dorobucci yet everyone I know across the east of the river Niger (i.e Igboland) loves the Dorobucci song by Mavin Clique. It could be due to the fact that the true meaning of Dorobucci resonates with the…

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The Quarrel Over President Jonathan’s Endorsement in Awka

The Quarrel Over President Jonathan’s Endorsement in Awka

When will the recent dust raised by President Jonathan's endorsement at a mega rally of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) settle as both the Anambra state chairman of People's Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Ken Emeakayi and the national chairman of APGA, Chief Victor Umeh vow to keep raising more dust over irrelevancies? I wonder…

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SOS: Eha-Amufu Roads Need Urgent Rehabilitation

SOS: Eha-Amufu Roads Need Urgent Rehabilitation

A couple of decades ago, one of the touchstones of Eastern pride bordering the northern part of the country was Eha-Amufu. Revellers and long-fatigued train passengers from distant Iddo Terminus Lagos and Kano heading to Enugu, Umuahia and Port Harcourt, often heaved a big sigh of relief when they berth at this first Ibo speaking…

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