The Mozambican Ibo People speak a version of Igbo language that has been influenced by centuries of interaction with Arab traders. They are part of the Proto Bantu (Igbo who joined Central and Southern African tribes to form the Bantu civilization). The Ibo of Mozambique are also known as Chi Mwani, Kimwani, Mwani or Kiwibo.Continue reading “Numbers In Mozambican Ibo Language”
Any Nigerian who watched the recently held paralympics will notice that most of the medal winners were Igbo. In fact 9 out of all 12 medals Nigeria hauled in were from Igbo athlethes. This sends a clear message to Nigeria, that the marginalization of the Igbos must be tackled earnestly wherever it rears its head.Continue reading “The Igbo Influence On Nigeria’s Paralympics Team”
The Igbo are a great ethnic group, a can-do people. We mustn’t be ashamed of being Igbo, as many would want. We must celebrate it instead, like the guy below. Igbo Kwenu!
On the 15th of August 1945, the axis nations fighting in the Pacific theater defeated imperial Japan and two weeks later, Japan formally surrendered to allied forces led by the U.S. General, Douglas McArthur, who formally accepted the signed articles of surrender. But though the U.S. defeated Japan, they never decimated Japan’s great technological andContinue reading “The Igbo as a Blessing to Nigeria – Reno Omokri”
(Identifying Igbo Variants During the Era of the Slave Trade) By Ishaq D. Al-Sulaimani Vernon (Alufiel) Grier, Ed.D INTRODUCTION It is universally recognized that Igbo is the correct spelling of the tribe that currently comprises the majority of the inhabitants of south-eastern Nigeria and of whom are readily associated with the Biafran revolution, however duringContinue reading “THE GREATER IGBO NATION”