Random, short discourses on Igbo matters, ranging from history and mythology to music and film, traditions and culture to language and arts. Got any questions or enquiries?Send a mail to ndukatalksIgbo@gmail.com
For the Season 3 finale, I'm doing shout out to everyone who sends in mails and voice messages and thanking listeners for riding with me.
My *very* personal hot takes on Nnamdi Kanu and the IPOB.
For those who want to be at Oba, here's some advice on how you can maximize your time there and make some cash.
A picture of how our ancestors dressed over the years and the evolution to what we have today.
Times are dark, and it seems as though something has to give in Nigeria. We have nothing else, but hope.
History, language, identity, what defines the Igbo people?
Random discourse in Igbo and English and language, enjoy.
A discourse on the Biafran separatist group, the Indigenous People Of Biafra - IPOB. A timeline of events, critique of their ideas for Biafra, critique of the Nigerian response, and discourse on what the future might …
A brief history of the Igbo Apprentice System and the different kinds that exist.
Discourse on the discriminatory traditions of the Osu caste system. Why is it still prevalent? How do we end it?
Plus discourse on the context of …
Discussing the age grade system in Igboland - using Abiriba as a case study. Also, playing back some of my favourite fan messages and mails.
Discussing the biases about Igboness shared by both Igbos in diaspora and Igbos in Igboland. Plus a shot discuss on Igbo marriages.
In this episode, I talk about my city Aba. Please, Ikpeazu, build the roads in Aba!!! We are begging. 😭😭
In November 1929 Women of Southern Nigeria revolted against the British Colonial government in what has come to be known as the Aba Women's Riot.
Nigeria is killing us.
The Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigerian Police has been notorious for harrassing, kidnapping, molesting, raping and killing young Nigerians …
Discussing the unique Matrilineal Familial Systems that exist ins some Igbo communities, using Abiriba as case study. Featuring my Dad. ♥️
Random bants and vibes in Engligbo.
Exploring the New Yam Festival in Igbo land and the Igbo Calendar.
Discussing Nsibidi, it's history and it's future. Plus a special on Igbo names.
What is gatekeeping? What dangers does it pose to the progress of our culture?
Award winning short story writer, Innocent Chizaram Ilo, reads his Commonwealth winning story, When a Woman Renounces Motherhood, in Igbo. Enjoy.
Celebrating the diversity of Igbo dialects and peoples, featuring voices of several listeners and random miscellaneous discourse.
Chronicling Igbo Music from MC Loph to Umu Obiligbo.
Chronicling Igbo Music and musicians from Mike Ejeagha to Flavour N'Abania.
Exploring Igbo Folklore from proverbs to songs and riddles and fables. Plus a discourse on Ekwensu and why he's demonised today. Featuring vocals …
Discourse on saving the Igbo Language, the Igbo accents and Igbo names.
A bonus episode where I rant about Old Nollywood vs New Nollywood.
A short discussion on some of my favourite Igbo Language films - Living in Bondage, Akidi and Ada Mbano.
Discussing Biafra today and how it affects the reality of Nigeria and Nigerians today.
A retelling of the Nigeria-Biafra Civil War with a bit of music.
In this episode, I discuss the concepts of Chi and Eke, I tell a story of creation and try to explain what an Ogbanje is.
In this episode I discuss identity, what it means to identify as Igbo, the problem of passing among Igbo speaking people and concept of Igbo bụ Igbo.
In this episode, I introduce the podcast and discuss the inspiration and objectives behind it. I also do a run down of the subsequent episodes and …
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