It is 1971. Just a year after the end of the Nigeria-Biafra war. The biggest question asked then was… with the destruction will the energetic Igbos ever bounce back? The good people of Onitsha had a ready answer. They held an Ofala festival! A massive celebration of what it means to be Igbo! That festival,Continue reading “Watch Onitsha Ofala Festival Of 1971, One Year After The Nigeria-Biafra War!”
Onyekulum masquerade family is one of the scariest masquerades in Igbo culture. Watch as people, young and old, run away from the revered masquerade in this clip.
Agbor is a well-known town in the Igbo part of Delta State. New yam festival is a signature festival held in many Igbo Kingdoms. Enjoy the recently-held Agbor New Yam Fesival in which Agbor culture was showcased at its best.
We came across a place Dr Thomas Sowell weighed in on why Igbos and other ethnic groups known for trading are resented. See what he said. “Where middlemen are an ethnically distinct group -the Jews, the Chinese in SouthEast Asia, the east Indians in Uganda, the Ibos in Nigeria- that ethnic group is hated byContinue reading “Why Jews, Chinese, Indians And Igbos Are Hated – Dr Thomas Sowell”
Yoruba social media personality Dr. Dípò Awójídé has opened up on why he admires the Igbo. He did so with a video illustration. Watch below (video loading…) Went back to watch this again. “I will double this money. I am an Igbo Boy.” The mindset and mentality of the average Igbo person per wealth creationContinue reading “Dr. Dípòò Awójídé On Why He Admires The Igbo”