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Once again, the Father's Day Ceremony, punctuated by Happy Father's Day Wishes, Dinners and gifting is upon us all. I wish every Igbo father out there a happy event. However, I wish to remind them that this Father's day should be a rest button for for all of us to start teaching our children Igbo Language, Culture and Values.

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Once again, the Father's Day Ceremony, punctuated by Happy Father's Day Wishes, Dinners and gifting is upon us all. I wish every Igbo father out there a happy event. However, I wish to remind them that this Father's day should be a rest button for for all of us to start teaching our children Igbo Language, Culture and Values.

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Once again, the Father's Day Ceremony, punctuated by Happy Father's Day Wishes, Dinners and gifting is upon us all. I wish every Igbo father out there a happy event. However, I wish to remind them that this Father's day should be a rest button for for all of us to start teaching our children Igbo Language, Culture and Values.

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Autumn 2014 Fashion

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Once again, the Father's Day Ceremony, punctuated by Happy Father's Day Wishes, Dinners and gifting is upon us all. I wish every Igbo father out there a happy event. However, I wish to remind them that this Father's day should be a rest button for for all of us to start teaching our children Igbo Language, Culture and Values.

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Once again, the Father's Day Ceremony, punctuated by Happy Father's Day Wishes, Dinners and gifting is upon us all. I wish every Igbo father out there a happy event. However, I wish to remind them that this Father's day should be a rest button for for all of us to start teaching our children Igbo Language, Culture and Values.

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Summer 2014 Collections

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Once again, the Father's Day Ceremony, punctuated by Happy Father's Day Wishes, Dinners and gifting is upon us all. I wish every Igbo father out there a happy event. However, I wish to remind them that this Father's day should be a rest button for for all of us to start teaching our children Igbo Language, Culture and Values.

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In terms of looks, it is hard to distinguish an Igbo on the basis of looks alone. But one acceptance is that Ndigbo are generally considered nice looking. Many stretch it that their men stand out as handsome while their females are stunningly beautiful (Asamkpete nwaanyị ọma or omalicha ụmụ nwaanyị).

Most recently, in a private conversation with a politician who has been out of political favour for a while, he told me that what he misses a lot is the use of siren blaring escort vehicles(SBEV) when he moves about town. For readers who do not understand, SBEV is a security arrangement that allows  VIPs same right of way as an ambulance or fire fighting vehicles.

In terms of looks, it is hard to distinguish an Igbo on the basis of looks alone. But one acceptance is that Ndigbo are generally considered nice looking. Many stretch it that their men stand out as handsome while their females are stunningly beautiful (Asamkpete nwaanyị ọma or omalicha ụmụ nwaanyị). These elegantly beautiful ladies are also highly educated and make up the cornerstone of most families  by their high octane fields of academic accomplishments as Accountants, Administrators, Case workers, Educators, Doctors, Lawyers, Pharmacists, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Scientists, Entrepreneurs, Entertainers, Interior Designers, Seamstresses, Home makers, Nutritionists, Physical Therapists, Authors and Movie Stars. Ever heard about Nolly Wood?

No culture comes close to Igbo women who are also  moral GPS for each family as conservative and religiously endowed wives and mothers juggling parenthood with economic terrains for  family stability and growth. Igbo women are high achievers and it is no stretch to conclude no females of any culture comes  close second to them.

 

 

Ndigbo  find their home in the rich and fertile crescent created by the lower Niger River mostly within the South-East and parts of South-West and South- South geo-political zones of Nigeria. Their population is  presently estimated to lie between  40-55 million people around the globe. The Igbo homelands are probably one of the most densely populated regions in Africa. 

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