Proposed Obuaku Seaport In Abia Will Open Up Igboland To International Trade Billion$

Igboland is not landlocked at all. By God’s special grace, we have an defunct ancient port in Abia State that if rebuilt can open up Igboland to international trade and the accompanying billions of dollars. It is in the Obuaku, Ukwa West LGA, and the site lies by the Azumini River that flows into the… Continue reading Proposed Obuaku Seaport In Abia Will Open Up Igboland To International Trade Billion$

The Oluyares: The Igbo Aborigines Of Ife Who Still Live There

Unknown to many, not all the Igbo aborigines of Ife followed Prince Chima, later Eze Chima out to their Anioma/Benin axis/ was sold into slavery to make up today’s Lucumi of the Americas. Among those that assimilated into the culture of the Yorubas are some that still have a well-recognised identity protected by the Yoruba… Continue reading The Oluyares: The Igbo Aborigines Of Ife Who Still Live There

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Ezechima, Prince of the Igbos of Ile Ife

We continue our expose of the fact that the Igbos were the aborigins of Ile Ife, which today is the cradle of the Yoruba civilisation with this excerpt: “According to some stories, after Obatala (king of the aboriginal Igbos from the Nri area, who founded Ile-Ife) was driven from Ile-Ife after being defeated (by Oduduwa,… Continue reading Ezechima, Prince of the Igbos of Ile Ife