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Never Act Like You Enjoy $£× with your husband.
She that hath ears, let her listeneth to what the prophetess sayeth. 1. If you go to your fiancé's house and his mom gives you food with four pieces of meat, eat only one and remain the other three. It is a trap/test. Simple home training should teach you t...

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Episode6 of Igbo Traditions Exorbitant Bride Price
Most Igbo communities are known for charging exorbitant prices before one could marry their daughters. It is not a baseless stereotype like most jokes are wont to be, it is a fact. The responsibilities heaped on prospective husbands in the form of bride pri...

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Episode5: Female Circu mcisi0n In Igbo Communities Today
The Igbos are a highly superstitious people. It is believed that just as men are circum**cised, women should be ci!rcumc*ised too for spiritual reasons. As primitive as this sounds, it is still practised in various Igbo communities today albeit secretly. Fe...

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Episode4 Igbo Traditions: Reincarnation/Ogbanje
Before the advent of western civilisation, the Igbos firmly believed in reincarnation and they still do today. Before religion came with promises of heaven for the righteous and threats of hell for the defaulters, reincarnation was all they had to keep them...

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Episode3 Igbo Traditions: The Role Of Daughters That Has No Male Issue In A Family
It is no secret that the Igbo family and the African culture as a whole views the male child as the superior gender. The female child is the auxiliary gender. This is why a family with all male children is thought complete but not one with all female childr...

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