A tale of Idemili, Aho, Afo, Nnewi and Nnobi.

It’s quite noticeable in African traditions that the female gender had a prominent place in myth and indigenous religious and cultural concepts — the supernatural, a goddess, is female. For every cultural or traditional belief, there’s a female god making waves. In the Igbo omenala, there’s a goddess called idemili. She rules the land of…

If the Igbo Ekwensu is not the Christian Satan; who is Ekwensu?

To the modern-day Igbo person, Ekwensu is believed to be the Christian Satan, but in the Igbo cosmology, it’s not so and was never so.   The Igbos, natively called NDI IGBO, are the ethnic group that occupies the present-day south-central and southeastern Nigeria. They are among the largest ethnic groups in Africa and one…

How The British Gradually Broke Apart The Indigenous Economic System Of Ndị Ìgbò | By Chijioke Ngobili

A Bird’s Eye View On How The British Gradually And Softly Broke Apart The Indigenous Economic/Financial System Of Ndị Ìgbò To Introduce Theirs Beginning With The Military Expeditions While the British forces invaded and raided Ìgbòland from 1901 through 1919, they massively had in their employ, black men, who were also soldiers drawn from the…