Igbo To English Translation Contest

Dear fluent Igbo language speakers; Knowing how important it is to promote understanding of the Igbo language; Noting that lots of people need Igbo language translations in their quest to understand the language; We decided to start this Igbo to English language translation contest. To participate, all you need to do is go to the… Continue reading Igbo To English Translation Contest

Today Is Lucumi-Olukumi Day 2020

The Lucumi are Igbos who were aboriginal to Ile Ife in times past. Today, they can be found in Cuba, and in the Igbo parts of the Niger Delta. They can most clearly be found in the Olukumi speaking parts of the Niger Delta. Places like Ugbodu, and Ubuluku among others. These areas still speak… Continue reading Today Is Lucumi-Olukumi Day 2020

10 Ways Motorists Communicate Using Their Car Horns

Car horns are a way of communicating in what I call horn language. Every day, drivers communicate with their horns. Note: Don’t blame us for any miscommunication as some drivers may not understand your horn language. Okay, so that’s settled. So, here are some things motorists say with their horns: Please let my car enter… Continue reading 10 Ways Motorists Communicate Using Their Car Horns