Would you believe a man who tells you he can walk on the River Niger and path the river so Biafrans can flee from the oppressive land of Nigeria into the promised land of Biafra? – @OgbeniAyotunde
Seems to me Biafrans are inviting a military takeover of Nigeria.
— Ogbeni Ayotunde (@OgbeniAyotunde) August 9, 2017
Igbo Women, Motorcycling, Iheaka Village, Enugu State, Nigeria, #JujuFilms
Igbo Girls, Motorcycling, Obolo Village, Enugu State, Nigeria, #JujuFilms
Igbo Women, Motorcycling, Obolo Village, Enugu State, Nigeria, #JujuFilms
Nkpor Market Scene, Nkpor, Onitsha, Anambra State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms
Awka has a certain kind of aura about it, because it was the place of the blacksmiths that created implements which made agriculture possible. — Chinua Achebe
Awka is one of the oldest settlements in Igboland established at the centre of the Nri civilization which produced the earliest documented bronze works in Sub-Saharan Africa around 800 AD and was the cradle of Igbo civilization.
The earliest settlers of Awka were the Ifiteana people which translates into people who sprouted from the earth. They were farmers, hunters, and skilled iron workers who lived on the banks of the Ogwugwu stream in what is now known as Nkwelle ward of Awka.
The deity of the Ifiteana was known as Okika-na-ube or the god pre-eminent with the spear and the Ifiteana were known as Umu-Okanube or “worshippers of Okanube”, which evenutally became shortened to Umu-Oka and eventually Oka and its anglicized version “Awka”.
Igbo Women, Nkpor Market in Onitsha, Anambra State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms
Nnewi Traditional Drummers, at the funeral service of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, in Nnewi, Anambra State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms
Bianca Ojukwu at the funeral service of her late husband Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, in Nnewi, Anambra State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms
Igbo girl, bicycling, Iheaka Village, Enugu State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms
Igbo woman cooking ogbono soup, Iheaka Village, Enugu State, Nigeria. #JujuFilms