RED CAP IN IGBO TRADITION

[wpedon id="7774" align="center"]In Igbo Tradition Red Cap and Horn is regarded as a symbol of authority in Igbo world view it also represents the entire institution of leadership, authority and power in Igbo culture. When one has been conferred a Chief taincy title in Igbo land, it is proper that he must wear the Red …

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THE 3 BEST HAIR REMOVAL CREAMS

Many women have hair removal as part of their beauty routine. For me, it's a ritual I must observe once a month because it leaves my skin, soft and clear. Hair removal creams are very easy to use. I normally use a spatula to apply the cream on my body, wait a few minutes and …

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CHIMAMANDA NGOZI ADICHIE’S QUOTES

Chimamanda is a woman I've grown to love. Her eloquence, beauty and the content of her brain is simply mind-blowing. I fell in love with Chimamanda when I read her book Purple Hibiscus 9 years ago. Kambili Achike who was the narrator of the story was so 'me'. Just like her, I was inhibited and shy …

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ONITSHA THE CITY ACROSS THE NIGER

The Founding Fathers of Onitsha migrated from Benin between 1630 and 1680 and settled immediately after crossing the 'Niger River'. Onitsha is often known as the 'Waterside Town' (Udo 1981). In 1857, when the Trade Expedition led by Macgregor Laird on the Niger arrived at Onitsha, the settlement had a small market similar to neighboring …

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