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    Ògụ́gụ́ àfọ̀ Ị̀gbò simply means “reading of the year” (forecast) in Igbo. The traditional …

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    Aku Ilu – ( Bitter Kola ) is the nut from Osisi Akuili. In Igboland it is regarded …

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    The World’s first Digital Repatriation of Art to the Metaverse. An anonymous collective of Artists, Creators, Activists, Future thinkers fast-forwarding digital restitution. “We believe in the power of art, of expression, of stories, and we know…

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    Abacha Mmri (Washed Cassava) is freshly peeled, boiled, grated, soaked, and washed tuber cassava, and the dried version is plainly called Abacha.This dish is a Igbo snack ( though cassava is not indigenous to Igboland…

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    Ọjị is a very important object and highly regarded aspect of igbo tradition and culture.It is used to welcome guests, and is a symbol of friendship and good neighbourliness. Ọjị is is used in prayers…

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    Igbo Calender

    Igbo Calender

    The traditional calendar has 13 months, in which there are 7 weeks and a 4 market day system, plus an extra day added at the last month of the year. So 13 lunar months, each…

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    Igbo Calender
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    Ji is the Igbo word for yam, it is a staple food crop and one of the main starch vegetables harvested during the year. It is regarded as the king of all food crops in…

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