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These old photos are priceless - Igbo

This is and older photo, can any one help me to identify his tribe or any of the tools in the photo. I liked the art piece behind him. 137 more words

Beyond the tribal cloak...

Following the Ferguson, Eric Garner and other cases related to racism, one could easily conclude that the white folks have not changed and are still as racist as they were ages ago. 347 more words


So close yet so far poem (Polygamistastic Edition) in Igbo

This is an Igbo translation of my original post.

M bụ nnọọ nso na-enwe ná ndụ a polygamous ezinụlọ ma, ma dị

N’ihi na papa m na nne m ọnụmara dị iche iche-ụmụnne wee site a ịgba alụkwaghịm nke na dọwara ezinụlọ m iche… 111 more words



Things are changing for the staff of Lagos firm City Finance, and not necessarily for the best. But for Ada Okafor, a bright, dedicated and beautiful trainee accountant, the only change worth noticing is the dashing, British-trained new assistant managing director Tony Okoli. 124 more words

Random song of the day: Big Head

Today’s song is brought to you by the small children in our old neighbourhood in Nigeria (holla Onwubuya street!). They used to sing it whenever they saw the big kids, anyone they did not like or anyone they could outrun, coming – which pretty much added up to the same thing. 285 more words


Colours of Christmas in Eastern Nigeria

As an Igbo girl, eastern Nigeria is my default Christmas destination. I go right down to my roots, to my Father’s village! I have done this for all my life and I can hardly remember Christmas not spent in the village. 607 more words


Religion's Roots in Indigenous Religion

The student who is truly attracted to the study of religion will benefit from the enormous number of sacred stories of indigenous religions collected by anthropologists. 628 more words

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