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    • 1.

      Akwa-ocha: a Dying God's Gift to Anioma People

      by Emeka Esogbue - 2008-04-13
      Akwa-ocha or Oto-ogwu as it is known in Ibusa is a fabric of the Anioma People. It is a fabric made from wool and exists in wrapper. A typical Anioma Akwa-ocha usually combines two colours which are m...
    • 2.

      Anioma: Re-discovering our Cultural Heritage and Knowing Who We are

      by Emeka Esogbue - 2008-04-13
      As a free born indigene my concern has often centered on how the good image of Anioma can be projected to the world well beyond the confines of Delta state and indeed Nigeria. My headache persists as ...
    • 3.

      Esogbue Family, Ibusa, Delta State, Nigeria

      by Emeka Esogbue - 2008-04-18
      The Esogbue family is a large and popular family in Umuafene, Isieke in Ibusa Delta state, Nigeria. Umuafene means the children of "Afene". Oral history claims that Afene was a woman; with Afene herse...
    • 4.

      Ibusa (igbuzo) People

      by Emeka Esogbue - 2008-05-10
      Ibusa people predominantly speak Igbo, although English which is national language is also spoken within the area. Ibusa is a place notable for many houses, shops, stores and now Banks. The name "Ibus...
    • 5.

      Creation of Anioma State is the Solution

      by Emeka Esogbue - 2008-06-18
      It is so surprising that in our Delta state some eminent personalities we ought to look up to in matters that should lead to the growth of development should artificially explore and gather utilities ...
    • 6.

      How the Igbo Nation and Communities are Marginalized

      by Emeka Esogbue - 2008-06-23
      A lot of people have on the contrary continued to question the assertion or what they call claim that the Igbo and indeed any nation with Nigerian larger society are marginalized. This school of thou...
    • 7.

      Anioma People, Towns and Communities

      by Emeka Esogbue - 2008-07-07
      The name ‘Anioma' is a coinage made by Chie Denis Osadebe when the movement for the actualization of the creation of the state was born. It is in fact an acronym derived from the names of the geo-p...
    • 8.

      Finding Solutions to the Many Ndi-igbo Problems in Nigeria

      by Emeka Esogbue - 2008-07-15
      I have written series of articles centered on the Igbo nation in the geo-political entity called Nigeria some of which have been "The Igbo in the present state of Nigeria", "Anioma is my ethnic-natio...
    • 9.

      Where in Igboland is the Isu Home of Umejei, the Founder of Ibusa?

      by Emeka Esogbue - 2008-09-07
      The well known oral account of the origin of Ibusa is cogent and logical judging from the coherence of the originating story. It is also reasonable and sensible to agree that the traditional wrestlin...
    • 10.

      Meet Ogbogu Okonji, the Anioma King of Traditional-highlife Music From Nigeria

      by Emeka Esogbue - 2008-09-14
      Mention "Ibusa" to the other communities of Anioma and what readily comes to the mind is "Music" It was in recognition of this that the Great Azikiwe of Africa during one of his famous campaigns in t...