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!
So, we came across some tweets detailing the Igbo apprenticeship system called Imu-Ahia or ‘learning market’. We know what you like, so we are dropping the link for you in the embedded tweet below (tweet loading). Nigerian Government. Greeted by great poverty, halting of livelihood and scarcity of funds with no hope in sight, Ndi… Continue reading How Igbos Used Imu-Ahia To Conquer Poverty
Onitsha port will serve the South East Nigeria; in fact, Onitsha port will be the most viable port as over 60 per cent of cargo in Nigeria goes to Onitsha, so it is going to be a very busy port.” – Alhaji Danladi Ibrahim, Acting Managing Director, Nigeria Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) Source: News Agency… Continue reading 60 Percent Of Cargo In Nigeria Goes To Onitsha – NIWA Boss
Kudos to the Anglican Church Onitsha Diocese for sharing foodstuff to many families. If we can all share, society will definitely be better. See photos of the foodstuff valued at N30 million
An Igbo pressure group, Ochie Igbo has raised the alarm that the first Niger Bridge is at risk of collapsing due to forced parking by heavy duty vehicles on the already strained bridge. Pointing out that…