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Ihiala and her neighbours

Bennet E. C. Ndubisi

Ihiala and her neighbours

a historical and socio-cultural analysis

by Bennet E. C. Ndubisi

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Published by D"man Litho Services in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ihiala (Nigeria),
  • Anambra State (Nigeria)
    • Subjects:
    • Ihiala (Nigeria) -- History.,
    • Ihiala (Nigeria) -- Politics and government.,
    • Anambra State (Nigeria) -- History.,
    • Anambra State (Nigeria) -- Politics and government.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementby Bennet E.C. Ndubisi.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT515.9.I353 N37 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 113 p. :
      Number of Pages113
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL469400M
      LC Control Number98191483
      OCLC/WorldCa39202000

      The next year, , Frances Hensley and a party of CMS missionaries visited Awka. In her book, Niger Dawn, Mrs Hensley records: ‘If Oka could be opened up to the Gospel and souls brought into the blessed service of our saviour, wonderful things could happen as the heavenly seed was sown through the length and breath of the country.’.   Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s.

      The Nigeria-Biafra civil war was a complex interplay of political, economic, ethnic, religious and diplomatic conflict. The ethno-religious aspects of the conflict cannot be overlooked. An eyewitness said Ibe, a businessman from Umuezeogu, Eziani Ihiala, in the Ihiala LGA of Anambra State, mistakenly hit the victim with his car. According to the witness, who did not want to be named, Ibe had handed over the child to a housemaid. He reportedly asked the maid to take her into the house as he made to drive his Toyota Camry.

      Each lecturer is to choose his or her Language of delivery bearing in mind that the audience understands both Igbo and English. Ụ m ụ nne m na ụ m ụ nna m, unu an ụ la ya n ụ. Ọ bu ihe a ka Igolo. Gius Nkemjika An ọ ka, Ode Nguru, na nd ị komiti ya chep ụ tara ma kwuo n'afo 1o7o mgbe ha naewube Ah ị . Mwinuka, s. (), A Collection of Indigenous Knowledge Perspectives from Tanzania, dar es salaam: tanzania Institute of education. okorafor, c.n. (), 'challenges confronting libraries in.


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A Nigerian man, Chukwuebuka Nnaemeka Chukwuemeka, has said he doesn’t mind his children bearing his wife’s surname as well as identifying with her roots. According to Chukwuemeka, who is a language editor at Oxford University Press as seen on his Facebook profile, just as he can choose what surname and hometown to claim based on his personal circumstance.

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To that Pages: “This was not to push a feminist cause, but to avoid unnecessary cynical questions I get from some people when I tell them I am from Ụmụeri (popularly corrupted as Ụmụleri) because of the town’s history of war and violence with some of her neighbours, especially Agụleri and Ụmụọba Anam.

Yes, my wife would be free to bear her surname, register my kids’ names with her surname and even make her native town that of my kids’. This is not about feminism. (If feminism preaches such cause, then it is by accident that our thoughts align.) Rather, this is about me, who I.

Sunny Jack Obande. likes. Obande Sunny Jack is a Nigerian Writer and Author. Ihiala and her neighbours book was born in and he is the author of the newly published book, "A Miracle for Daddy". Awka-Etiti, historically known as Awka-Diedo (Igbo: Ọka Diedo); later mentioned as Awka-Nkakwu (Okankaku) by colonial authors, is a village-group and town comprising seven villages in Idemili South local government area of Anambra state, Nigeria.

The seven villages of Awka-Etiti in order of age established include Nkolofia, Umunocha, Ejighinandu, Iruowelle, Umudunu, Nnaba and y: Nigeria.

My children can bear my wife’s surname, man says. Published May 7, because of the town’s history of war and violence with some of her neighbours, especially Agụleri and Ụmụọba Anam.

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The parish priest of St John Catholic Church, Amaozalla, Rev. Francis Chigbo condemned the development. This unique book provides simple and easy-to-read insights into Igbo language, Igbo culture and Enugu. This book has been converted to a website, and has become the essential. Book description The Slave Trade and Culture in the Bight of Biafra dissects and explains the structure, dramatic expansion, and manifold effects of the slave trade in the Bight of Biafra.

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Okija has no surviving traditional ruler after the death of their former Igwe, an architect. The issue of succession is currently in court at Ihiala which last two weeks restrained Chief Okeke. According to several sources, Igbo people evolved over a long period of BC to AD in Igboland through waves of migrations.

Oral accounts stated that her northern neighbours migrated into her heartland in search of fertile land and rich marine life. The majority of which were Igalas. Recalling Edeh’s mother as a caring and loving mother, Onyewuenyi continues: “Her meticulous, unreserved and continuous practice of charity towards the little children and her neighbours merited for her the nicknames ‘Mama Omeogo’, ‘Mama Umuaka Nine’ and ‘Mama Anyi’[Mother of Charity, Mother of All Little Children, and Our.

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Even Chimamanda Adichie wrote in her book to say ‘when they were going to kill the Sardauna, he was crying like a goat.’ If I knew that one of them had killed my mother, I will level that family and their neighbours. Patrick Iroegbu Ph.D. Patrick Iroegbu is a Social and Cultural (Medical) Anthropologist and lectures Anthropology in Canada.

He is the author of Marrying Wealth, Marrying Poverty: Gender and Bridewealth Power in a Changing African Society: The Igbo of Nigeria ().He equally co-ordinates the Kpim Book Series Project of Father-Prof.

Pantaleon Foundation based at Owerri, Nigeria.Mrs. Vidah Chinelo Moghalu was born on Novem into the family of Joseph and Mary Onyekaonwu-Anumba in Umuokpara village Azia, Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State. Mrs. Moghalu received her primary education at St.

James Primary School Azia and later proceeded to St. Peter’s Primary School Okija to complete her Standards.Igboland (Standard Igbo: Àlà Ị̀gbò [citation needed]), also known as Southeastern Nigeria, is the homeland of the Igbo people. It is a cultural and common linguistic region in southern phically, it is divided by the lower Niger River into two unequal sections – an eastern (which is the larger of the two) and a western section.

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