How Igbos Used Imu-Ahia To Conquer Poverty

So, we came across some tweets detailing the Igbo apprenticeship system called Imu-Ahia or ‘learning market’. We know what you like, so we are dropping the link for you in the embedded tweet below (tweet loading). Nigerian Government. Greeted by great poverty, halting of livelihood and scarcity of funds with no hope in sight, NdiContinue reading “How Igbos Used Imu-Ahia To Conquer Poverty”

Attah Of Igala Goes On Final Royal Journey

The Attah of Igala and Chairman, Kogi State traditional council, Dr Micheal Ameh Oboni has joined his ancestors. The Paramount ruler of the Igalla nation died in Abuja yesterday night after being admitted to a hospital in Abuja. The Igalas are historically close to the Igbos. Oral tradition has it that the first Attah ofContinue reading “Attah Of Igala Goes On Final Royal Journey”

Watch: 25th coronation anniversary of the of Haile Selassie, last Emperor Of Ethiopia

Haile Selassie was the last Emperor of Ethiopia, an ancient country that currently hosts the hq of the African Union. Remember the Queen of Sheba in the Bible? Or the Eunoch that spoke to Saint Stephen? They were said to have come from Ethiopia. Also, Emperor Ezeana who is believed to have come from IgboContinue reading “Watch: 25th coronation anniversary of the of Haile Selassie, last Emperor Of Ethiopia”

“Most Igbos Don’t Know Igbos Built Pyramids”

The quote below was made by a Nairalander named Yujin. Yujin was lamenting the fact that most Igbos don’t know that the ancient Igbos built pyramids like the ancient Egyptians and other ancient civilizations. Yujin wrote: Till date, most Igbos don’t know that there was a pyramid built in Igboland… I think Igbo social studyContinue reading ““Most Igbos Don’t Know Igbos Built Pyramids””