IGBOS Twenty Five Years After Biafra

The Igbos are admired by many as the most resourceful of Nigeria’s many ethnic groups. Variously known as “the Jews of Africa”, the Igbos live and work in every inch of Nigerian soil. Their high visibility has sometimes elicited some clashes with other ethnic groups, especially the Hausa-Fulani in the North. The Igbos fought the 1967-70 Biafra War of secession from Nigeria. Twenty-five years after the gruesome Nigerian Civil War, the Igbos still cry of marginalisation. In this incisive book, Joe Igbokwe brings to bear on the Igbo question a dispassionate attention that is at once engaging and very candid.

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The Igbos are admired by many as the most resourceful of Nigeria’s many ethnic groups. Variously known as “the Jews of Africa”, the Igbos live and work in every inch of Nigerian soil. Their high visibility has sometimes elicited some clashes with other ethnic groups, especially the Hausa-Fulani in the North. The Igbos fought the 1967-70 Biafra War of secession from Nigeria. Twenty-five years after the gruesome Nigerian Civil War, the Igbos still cry of marginalisation. In this incisive book, Joe Igbokwe brings to bear on the Igbo question a dispassionate attention that is at once engaging and very candid.

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  • Papy

    I think every person in Igbo land right now should read this book

    October 8, 2021

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