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The images of Igbo before: An interview with Chiadikobi Nwaubani, Founder of Ukpuru

The images of Igbo before: An interview with Chiadikobi Nwaubani, Founder of Ukpuru

Culture is always evolving and changing. Like Chimamanda Adichie said, “Culture does not make people, people make culture.”

AFP/AFP/File - Undated photograph of Colonel Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, leader of the breakaway Republic of Biafra, giving a press conference in Enugu, Nigeria during the Biafran war

Biafra casts long shadow over Nigeria, nearly 50 years on

Radio Biafra. Its name is synonymous with the declaration of independence and updates on the brutal conflict that followed, but nearly 50 years after Nigeria’s civil war, Radio Biafra is again making headlines.

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

The Oba's words matter: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on the recent threat made by the Oba of Lagos

A few days ago, the Oba of Lagos threatened Igbo leaders. If they did not vote for his governorship candidate in Lagos, he said, they would be thrown into the lagoon. His entire speech was a flagrant performance of disregard.

DStv launches Africa Magic Igbo channel

DStv launches Africa Magic Igbo channel

In line with its ongoing development strategy, Africa Magic, the continent’s leading provider of African entertainment content, has announced the launch of a new channel, Africa Magic Igbo.

Half of a Yellow Sun

Hiding From Our Past by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

On the margins of my happy childhood, there was a shadow: the Biafran war. I was born seven years after it ended, and did not experience any material deprivations—I had a bicycle, dolls, books—but my family was scarred by it.