Things Fall Apart, a compass For Igbo Culture – Nigeria Jovago Travel Blog


The Igbos of Eastern Nigeria Grounded in culture and tradition, the Igbos have birthplaces in states like Anambra , Abia, Ebonyi, Enugu , and Imo. Over the years, they’ve been known to celebrate festivals, preserve their age long culture and blend the old and the new to create a symphony between past and present.
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YORUBA NATION: PLAY IT RIGHT THIS TIME By Prof Banji Akintoye | H/T DAWN Commission


At this historic moment, then, we Yoruba people must send one united message to our political and society leaders and traditional rulers – namely, that they should exercise discipline and restraint, and give our men a fair chance to deliver their best in the new government and to bring some good back home to the Yoruba Southwest.

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