OSU CASTE SYSTEM GOD VERY ANGRY WITH THE IGBOS.

OSU CASTE SYSTEM GOD VERY ANGRY WITH THE IGBOS PART II                                  Cornelius Onyeulo Joseph Okechukwu said God has this question for Ndigbo; “What is the meaning of Osu?” How can you hold your brothers and sisters and label them as slaves. You cannot intermarry with them, you cannot do anything with them, no association, nothing and you want God to set you free from the bondage of being slaves in Nigeria? God asked me this question and I did not have any answer. We are calling our brothers and sisters slaves?…

OSU CASTE SYSTEM GOD VERY ANGRY WITH THE IGBOS

OSU CASTE SYSTEM GOD IS VERY ANGRY WITH THE IGBOS. Part 1                                                             Cornelius Onyeulo Recently someone sent a video to Igbo Life on Facebook page. I made out time to watch and listen to the video. The video was all about Joseph Okechukwu saying that if people had been following him on Facebook, they would have noticed that he had always said he was going to make a video of the revelation he had. I didn’t know about Joseph Okechukwu and never listened to any of his videos, so I decided…

FUTURE OF IGBO CULTURE AND TRADITION: What Hope for our Children Part 3

Future of Igbo Culture and Tradition: What Hope for our Children Part 3 By Ash Okoro. 08030945601 In traditional Igbo society, hard work, individual and group industry and decent acquisition of wealth were encouraged. The culture of “Aku Udo” was entrenched in the society. In fact Igbo culture and tradition never tolerated laziness. But post war Igbo generations turned their backs to these traditional norms that made the Igbo race thick. Immediately after the war the surviving younger generation went into business-buying and selling, the artisan trade, drugs and advance…

FUTURE OF IGBO CULTURE AND TRADITION: What Hope For Our Children?

Future of Igbo Culture and Tradition: What Hope for our Children Part 2 Ask Okoro +2348030945601. When the Igbo were leaving their home land in droves to the North and West (and in many cases overseas) for employment, education and other jobs, they took with them their culture and tradition and threw them away. The Igbo culture and tradition began to nose-dive and have continued to do so to this day. Due to many years of sojourn in distant lands, their children born and raised in these places imbibed Western…

KILLINGS: NDIGBO SHOULD LEARN FROM JEWS

Killings: Ndigbo should learn from Jews- Prof. Green Nwankwo Igbolife encountered Professor emeritus HRM Eze Green Nwankwo, Eze Ohazurume 1 of Aro-Amuro in Okigwe LGA Imo State at an event of ‘Odinala’ in Abiriba Abia State, where he spoke about several issues concerning Ndigbo. He spoke to Cornelius Onyeulo. Excerpts… How was your journey to the throne? Our people came together and requested that I be their traditional ruler (Onye Eze). I thanked them. I was installed Eze Ohazurume 1 of Aro-Amuro in Okigwe LGA. Therefore, that is my name….

FUTURE OF IGBO CULTURE AND TRADITION-What Hope for our Children? Part 1

By: Ash Okoro The statement, “what hope for our children?”, sounds rather absurd. How can one talk of the ‘future’ of Igbo culture and tradition, when , if we look at the dictionary definition of ‘future’ we are referring to something “belonging to the time after the present”, “something relating to time, event, conditions and prospects of success from now on”.                                                                        In other words, this future we are talking about here is as vast and incomprehensible as the universe. How can we talk of the future of Igbo culture…

Meet the first Nigerian Young Chef Olympiad, Kelechi Onyeulo

Kelechi Onyeulo, now a graduate chef of Culinary Academy Lagos made history earlier in the year as the first Nigerian of Igbo extraction to represent Nigeria at the 2016 Young Chef Olympiad held in India. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Arts from Redeemer’s University. Her love for culinary arts knows no bounds as she is on her way to achieving her dreams.