In the linked excerpt, Igbo hustory authority Cheta Nwanze delves into history, humbly updating himself and other Igbos with additional historical knowledge. He also reveals a history book he believes every Igbo man must read to know more. Enjoy! https://www.nairaland.com/5823856/anioma-vs-igbo-cheta-nwanze
Ogene is an earth-shaking genre of Igbo music. It can be said that it captures the soul of Igbo music like other powerful Igbo genres. According to the creator of the post in the link below, you need to know these 4 Ogene musicians if you don’t know them yet. Luckily, he has included their… Continue reading 4 Ogene Musicians You Need To Know
Ted Talk speaker Robert Neuwirth once described the Igbo apprenticeship system as the ‘world’s largest business incubator’. Since then, many outside Nigeria (it’s biggest base) have wanted to know more of this money-spinning phenomenon of cultural capitalism. Well, here is a documentary on the Igbo Apprenticeship System.
The link will take you to the remarkable journey of Lawrence Patterson, who just retraced his roots to Igbo Land and is now about to marry an Igbo princess. See details here.
In the link below, an Igbo man who was raised by his grandma in Ghana after his Igbo dad and Ghanaian mom died when he was still a toddler cries for help to relocate his Igbo relatives whom he never knew. He remembers his father’s name as Nda Okoroji. Can you help him? See his… Continue reading Man Who Lost His Igbo Identity Cries For Help