Igbo History Hebrew Exiles of Eri

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eBookIt.com, Jul 13, 2014 - History - 356 pages
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This s an Igbo History book that has the first time told of how the people of the South East and the South South Zones are Igbo.  These are the Edo, the Itsekiri, the Urhobo, the Ijaw, the Ogoni, the Ika, the Opobo, the Efik, the Anang, the Ibibio, the Ogoja the Obubra, the Owerri, the Anambra, the Udi, the Ezeagu, the Nkanu, the Nsukka, the Akpoto, the Izza the Izzi, the Ikwo, the Ngwa, the Andoni, the Ikwerre, the Ndokki and others are all Igbo.  Every family in the South East and South South owe it a duty to book for copies of this book for their children at home and abroad.

 

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This book helped me on a paper i was writing "African Americans and their connection to Eri kingdom" i made reference to some information on the significance of trans-Atlantic slave trade on Eri kingdom and must say, the information about Eri kingdom in this book is accurate and well detailed. I have every authority to say this as the prince of Eri kingdom, the first son of His Majesty Eze Chukwuemeka Eri, the traditional ruler of Enugwu Aguleri and holder of ofor ndi igbo..... i am well conversant with the history of Eri, Nri and transatlantic slave trade and Omabala Aguleri through this book enlightened me more.
This book is a must read for every Igbo sons and daughters who want to really know about the history of Igbo land
 

Contents

Nkanu A Descendant of
The Abakaliki are Descendants of
Owerri Orlu Aba Etche and lkwerre Descendants of
Asaba A Descendant Of
THE IVIISCONCEPTIONS IN IGBO HISTORY
The Hebrews lgbo of Eastern Nigeria
Ijo lgbo and Efik lgbo History
The Eastern lgbo Delta State of
Agriculture in En Kingdom
Initiation Ceremonies
Eze Aguleri Introduced Lunar Calendar in lgboland
REVISION QUESTIONS ON CHAPTER SEVEN
CHAPTER EIGHT
REVISION QUESTIONS ON CHAPTER EIGHT
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