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Ikechukwu Anaekwe
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The Importance of “Obi” in Igbo Land

 2 months ago

In Igbo land, there is always a house central to the compound of every home. This house is commonly referred to as the "Obi". The obi is the most important part of the home where major events in the family take place. The obi is always handed over to the eldest son in the family.  Every male . . .

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Ikechukwu Anaekwe
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The Use Of Igbo Language In Advertising Products In Eastern Nigeria

 2 months ago

The Igbo language is an indigenous language of the Igbo people. Just like the English language, the Igbo language has all the qualities of a natural language. The Igbo language is not a simple one. It is dynamic and complex on its own. It encompasses all modes of communication and reasoning. There . . .

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Ikechukwu Anaekwe
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Effectiveness In Teaching And Learning Of Igbo Language In Secondary Schools; Challenges And Prospects

 2 months ago

A language is an essential tool that helps us communicate, socialize and exhibit our cultural practices. Just like there are different ethnic groups in Nigeria, there are also a lot of spoken languages. Igbo language (Asusu Igbo) is one of the most popular languages spoken in Nigeria. From . . .

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Age Grade System As Agent of Community Development in Igbo Land

 2 months ago

The Age Grade System is a manifestation of the republican way of life of the Igbos as well as their popular system of direct village democracy. The Igbo age grade is an ancient institution on its own that is very integral in Igboland. The Igbo age-grade system has been in existence as far back as . . .

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Town Unions As Agent of Community Development in Igbo Land

 2 months ago

Town unions are associations that are formed by people from the same local government, town or community. There are numerous reasons why different town unions are established. However, they are geared towards the growth and development of a particular community, town or local . . .

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