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See what Igbo chiefs did to new elect president Gen.Mohammed Buhari

To some,the South eastern Nigeria(Igbos) did not contribute much to the success of Gen. Mohammed Buhari, but i think is rather untrue with the spotted photo of the new elected president been made chief in Aba( one of the popular town in the South eastern Nigeria) with the tittled” Ogbuagu 1 of Aba” meaning the “great slaughterer of Lion of Aba.” That shows he is and have always being a friend of the Igbos…. 8 more words

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Nke'm #5

Let my lips put words
that dance in your ears

And when I spill myself
cup me. gently.

Poetry

APC Zoning: Ndigbo not worried on being left out, says Ezeife

The imminent absence of the South-East from top leadership positions in the Senate and House of Representatives is of little bother to leaders of the region, former Anambra State governor, Chukwuemeka Ezeife, has said. 22 more words

News

Education For All Women Blog Tour

Hello, bloggers!!

Welcome to another exciting post with an incredible guest. Today, I will be sharing my blog with Joy Nwosu Lo-Bamijoko. It’s such a pleasure to have her stop by today and share her story. 2,157 more words

Books

A few words about my talk at this year's SOAS Igbo Conference.

I often have to force myself to go to bed at night because it is at this time that my brain seems to want to be awake. 896 more words

Igbo

A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Practices Relating to Widowhood and WidowInheritance Among the Igbo and Yoruba in Nigeria by Dr. O.O. Fasoranti and Miss J.O. Aruna

Bereavement is a social fact in any culture but reactions and practices relating to this vary from culture to culture. The Igbo people live in the South Eastern part of Nigeria, covering four states while the Yoruba live in the South Western part of Nigeria covering six states in Nigeria. 138 more words

Articles

Nigeria: Search for Union beyond Amalgamation

Nigeria: Search for Union beyond Amalgamation

Muhammad Muhsin Ibrahim

@muhsin234

The elections were over. The winners (and losers, too) are known, and Nigerians await their inaugurations on May 29th. 712 more words

Nigeria