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Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Akhenaten: 6:26am On Jan 06, 2011
Igbos of Nigeria and Ancient Kemitians of Kemet (Egypt)

by Oguejiofo Annu

The Eri creation myths of the Igbos holds that Chukwu-Okike sent down Eri and his wife Nnamaku down a ladder from the sky. He landed near the current town of Agulu Eri. From them came the sacred ancestors who founded the Igbos, Edos, Igalas, Yorubas, Junkuns, Hausas, and the rest of humanity.

According to other schools of thought, the origin of the Igbo begins with the story of the eponymous ancestor, Eri. By archeological account, in around 2345 BC in Ancient Egypt, a certain “M-Eru-ka (or Eru/Eri)” became a high priest to Pharaoh Teti.

Subsequently, as a result of dynastic tensions, M-Eru-ka let Kemit with many of his family and followers and set forth towards the south-west, where the great sea of southern Ethiopia washed the shores of Palm-tree lined beaches.

Eri as he was later called entered into the territory that was to become later day modern Nigeria. He set up many lodges across the land, wherein Kemitian Muur Sciences were studied and practised. Some elements of those sciences and wisdom still survive in mutilated forms in Nigeria of today.

In a similar vein, it has been pointed out that during the Exodus, which marked the beginning of the mass movement of the tribes of Israel, the tribe of Eri was amongst the tribe that left Egypt following the injunction from Jehova to his devotees, the Israelites (see Deuteronomy chapter 28 verses 58 – 68).

It has also been argued that some of these ancient Kemitian tribes founded settlements in the southern part of Sudan, where they established the “Nok” culture, which is similar to that of other (sun Cult) culture, like Nri, the Jukuns, and the Onaja Oboli dynasty of the Igalas, in the Northern part of Nigeria.

The main Eri group continued until the confluence of Rivers Niger and Anambara known as “Ezu-na-Omambala” and where it settled and founded the Agulu-Eri community.

Indeed, due to the calibre of its earliest founders and the sciences they set up, the network of nationalities that make up the country Nigeria, is a veritable invisible Muurish Empire about to manifest on the face of the earth.

Due to the influence of Eri and his civilization, many distinct aspects of Kemitian culture and science are found among the Igbos of Nigeria. For example, the Igbos were famous giant mound builders, constructing many structures similar to the Kemitian and Kushitic pyramides, like those that used to be at Nsude.

The religious pantheon of the Igbos and the ancient Kemitians share many similar ancestors and ancestresses many of them bearing identical names.

They shared the sun-god worship of Ra, Chukwu Ra; Kemitians were similarly fetishitic about circumcision, and menstrual periods like the Igbos. Similar hair styles, similar martial arts and self defense schools, similar social structures.

But for now, we will focus on some observed ligusitic similarities that exist between ancient Kemtian language and present day Igbo language, for many Kemitic Egyptian words yet survive in the Igbo language today. This is a current topical area of research in linguistics and history.

A small list of Ancient Egyptian words which survive in the Igbo language are as follows:

EGYPTIAN | IGBO (Onitsha and Uburu dialects used) KAKA(God) | Ka (greater, superior)
Khu (to kill, death) | Nwu/Gbu (die/to kill)
Em (smell) | Imi/Emi (nose, associated with smell)
Bi (to become) | Bu (to become)
un (living being) | Ndu (life)
Feh (to go away) | Feh (to fly away)
Budo (dwelling place) | Obodo/ubudo (country, dwelling place)
Dudu (black image of Osiris) | Mmadu (person)
Un (living person) | Ulo/Uno (living area, house)
Beka (pray/confess) | Biko/Beko (to plead, please)
Aru (mouth) | Onu (mouth) & kooh/Kwue (to speak)
Dor (settlement) | Dor-Nor (sit down, settle)
Ra -Shu (light after darkness) | La -Shu (sleep)
Aru (rise) | Anu/Kulie (up, rise)
Wu (rise) | KWu-ni/Kunie (rise)
In- n (negation) nh-n (negation)
Ma (to know) | Ma, Ma-li (to know)
Se (to create) | Ke (to create) & Se (to draw)
Hoo (rejoice) | Goo, ta-Goo (dance, rejoice)
Omijener (deep water) | Ime-me (deep inside)
Nen (the primeval water mother) | Nem (mother)
Ro (talk) | Kwo (to talk)
Penka (divide) Panje (break it)
Ala (Land of) | Ala (Land of, ground, boundary)
Amu (children) | Umu (children)
Ani (ground land below) | Ani (ground land below)
Ka (higher) | Ka (greater, higher, stronger, above)
Pa (open) | Meghee (open)
Isi (leader) | Isi (leader, head (body part), female name as in igbo: “Isioma”)
Oni (AE City) | Oni-tsha (Igbo City)
Ikhenaten (name of a Pharaoh) | Ikh-em (Igbo name for a male representing high power)
Au-nu (Crocodile) | Anu/Anu-Ma-nu (animal, beast)
Miri (water) | Miri (water)
Nahasu (other Blacks) | Ahasi/Ani-hasi (Evening, night)
Ak (man) | Ok-a (man)
Ehn/Hen (yes, nod head) | Eh (yes, nod head)
Paa/Faa (fly) | Feeh/Faa (fly)
Utcha (dawn) | Uchi-chi/Utchi-chi(night)
MM (among) | Imme (inside, among)
W (they) | Uwe (they, them)

http://www.africaresource.com/rasta/sesostris-the-great-the-egyptian-hercules/igbos-of-nigeria-and-ancient-kemitians-of-kemit-egypt-oguejiofo-annu/

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Andre Uweh(m): 8:58pm On Jan 06, 2011
There is no common ancestry amongst Ndigbo. Ubulu Uku, Nri etc trace their ancestry from Israel. Some communities trace their ancestry from Bini, Igala, Aro, Orlu, Okigwe and Ngwa. While others trace their roots from nowhere.

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Abagworo(m): 12:06pm On Jan 23, 2011
It disgusts me so much how in desperation all the African languages try to look for similarity with ancient Egyptian words.The latest is Japanese.

Me(English). Mi(Igbo,Yoruba,Bini etc)

Moi(French). Mua(Igbo)

Viens(French). Bie(Igbo)

Yes(English). Eye(Igbo)

Eye - pronounced aiy(English). Anya(Igbo)

Does it mean Igbo originated from French and English?

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by ezeagu(m): 10:52pm On Jan 23, 2011
Andre Uweh:

There is no common ancestry amongst Ndigbo. Ubulu Uku, Nri etc trace their ancestry from Israel. Some communities trace their ancestry from Bini, Igala, Aro, Orlu, Okigwe and Ngwa. While others trace their roots from nowhere.

Aren't these people Igbo?

Abagworo:

It disgusts me so much how in desperation all the African languages try to look for similarity with ancient Egyptian words.The latest is Japanese.

Me(English). Mi(Igbo,Yoruba,Bini etc)

Moi(French). Mua(Igbo)

Viens(French). Bie(Igbo)

Yes(English). Eye(Igbo)

Eye - pronounced aiy(English). Anya(Igbo)

Does it mean Igbo originated from French and English?

What's desperate about looking for similarities?

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Abagworo(m): 12:14am On Jan 24, 2011
ezeagu:



What's desperate about looking for similarities?

There are similarities amongst Nigerian languages but this their Egypt,Asian and Hebrew similarities are very short of reality.Look at the English and French examples I gave and understand my point.

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by ezeagu(m): 1:39am On Jan 24, 2011
Abagworo:

There are similarities amongst Nigerian languages but this their Egypt,Asian and Hebrew similarities are very short of reality.Look at the English and French examples I gave and understand my point.

But what's wrong with just comparing?
Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by alj harem(m): 2:14am On Jan 24, 2011
ezeagu:

But what's wrong with just comparing?

why can't egyptians say they originated from aligbo why the other way around undecided

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Nobody: 2:50pm On May 25, 2011
There is no denying that Ancient Egyptians had Eastern AND West African roots. Ppl fail to realize Egypt was not this "civilized Empire surrounded by primitive spear throwing Negroes in bush Africa" as the west sadly likes to portray it to have been.

There were African civilizations, kingdoms, empires that were just as organized minus the fancy gold accessories heavily worn by their fellow Africans known as Egyptians nonetheless they were just as organized and just as powerful. How else would the Berbers [who stole from and robbed Egypt as well as the rest of East Africa], know to travel to places throughout the continent where if one takes time to check the history, would see they were former lands of great empires?

Large numbers of traders and nomads helped to create the strong bond between the two regions by word of mouth and as sources of communication. There are words that are west African in origin that can be found in Ancient Egyptian languages/dialects. Upon the decline of Egypt due to its being invaded by the Middle Eastern and eventually Europeans, that is when we began to see more of the true Egyptians (blacks) moving southward be it south west (Mali/Nigeria/Chad;etc) or south east (Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Eritea, Kenya). Some even remained in Egypt and their descendants are still found there to this day.

Black history is AMAZING! No matter where we are in the world, we are truly amazing.  smiley

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by namfav(m): 7:44am On May 26, 2011
hahahahaha grin

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by eddy1977(m): 4:17pm On May 26, 2011
Only nigerians come up with these kinds of sterile delusional researches.

the more i stick around this website,the more i understand the nigerian mindset.
it seems like the whole world revolves around yoroubas and igbos.
its as if the garden of eden was in yorubaland or igboland.

it also seems like all the black people who were sold as slaves in the west originated from nigeria.

i hear some ridiculous and nonsensical arguments about phenotypes.this african american celebrity looks like yorouba or igbo.

seriously,how many nigerians know anything beyond the borders of nigeria?
i am very serious. i have met nigerians who were highly educated and still exhibited the same characteristic.

the answer to all this ancestry crap is very easy.
we black people as a whole have but illusions. the white man keeps his history in books and documents them.you can trace the british people all the way to the first century.with names and dates.we on the other hand have to rely on tales to trace our ancestry.or we have to call on the white man to tell us of our ancestry.

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by alj_harem: 5:15pm On May 26, 2011
eddy1977:

Only nigerians come up with these kinds of sterile delusional researches.

the more i stick around this website,the more i understand the nigerian mindset.
it seems like the whole world revolves around yoroubas and igbos.
its as if the garden of eden was in yorubaland or igboland.

it also seems like all the black people who were sold as slaves in the west originated from nigeria.

i hear some ridiculous and nonsensical arguments about phenotypes.this african american celebrity looks like yorouba or igbo.

seriously,how many nigerians know anything beyond the borders of nigeria?
i am very serious. i have met nigerians who were highly educated and still exhibited the same characteristic.

the answer to all this ancestry crap is very easy.
we black people as a whole have but illusions. the white man keeps his history in books and documents them.you can trace the british people all the way to the first century.with names and dates.we on the other hand have to rely on tales to trace our ancestry.or we have to call on the white man to tell us of our ancestry.

can u stop that nonsense, it is only igbos

they originated from isreal

they orignated from egypt

they orignated from nri

etc

i think they are delusional

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Abagworo(m): 6:09pm On May 26, 2011
alj_harem:

can u stop that nonsense, it is only igbos

they originated from isreal

they orignated from egypt

they orignated from nri

etc

i think they are delusional



This is definitely not Alj harem.Never!!
Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Rossikk(m): 6:55am On Jun 10, 2011
Abagworo said:

It disgusts me so much how in desperation all the African languages try to look for similarity with ancient Egyptian words. The latest is Japanese.

Me(English). Mi(Igbo,Yoruba,Bini etc)

Moi(French). Mua(Igbo)

Viens(French). Bie(Igbo)

Yes(English). Eye(Igbo)

Eye - pronounced aiy(English). Anya(Igbo)

Does it mean Igbo originated from French and English?

First off, your list comprises just 4 or 5 similarities while the lists comparing Ancient Egyptian to Igbo or Yoruba are  known to have hundreds of congruences.

You simply need to research more. It should not annoy you that Africans are researching their history, AND IF the research leads them to the NORTH of Africa, that is what it is. There is IRREFUTABLE evidence of heavy black presence in the Nile Valley/Middle East in antiquity. Just as there is evidence of southward migrations of those populations owing to invasion (Arab/Greek etc) and desertification of the once fertile Sahara.

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Rossikk(m): 7:03am On Jun 10, 2011
Images of Royalty from Ancient Egypt. These are clearly black Africans, so it is very imperative that we do not shy away from connecting the dots,





Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Mistade Regal(m): 10:43pm On Jun 07, 2013
If the Igbos wanted to know their origin, why don't they go and carry out an investigation about the journey of Queen Sheba of Zimbabwe?

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by PAGAN 9JA(m): 11:16pm On Jun 07, 2013
Rossikk: Images of Royalty from Ancient Egypt. These are clearly black Africans, so it is very imperative that we do not shy away from connecting the dots,







its made of back stone you id.iot! even their clothes are black.

tht doesn't mean they are negroes!
angry angry angry angry

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Nobody: 4:10pm On Jun 08, 2013
PAGAN 9JA:



its made of back stone you id.iot! even their clothes are black.

tht doesn't mean they are negroes!
angry angry angry angry




.........lol

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by jantavanta(m): 4:06pm On Mar 13
Abagworo: It disgusts me so much how in desperation all the African languages try to look for similarity with ancient Egyptian words.The latest is Japanese.

Me(English). Mi(Igbo,Yoruba,Bini etc)

Moi(French). Mua(Igbo)

Viens(French). Bie(Igbo)

Yes(English). Eye(Igbo)

Eye - pronounced aiy(English). Anya(Igbo)

Does it mean Igbo originated from French and English?

No, it means French and English originated from Igbo!
Mer (French). Miri (Igbo)

http://www.nairaland.com/955076/black-african-nobility-ancient-europe/2#12041509

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Project400: 4:23am On Mar 14
Igalas, in the Northern part of Nigeria.

Really?
Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by MOBJECTIVE: 4:27am On Mar 14
through oral accounts, my grand parents kept saying how igbos came from isreal. someone should look into this, i dunno about egypt, but i think its more realistic than coming from Sango's bosom/ mud and all that poo.

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by joromi: 4:46am On Mar 14
MOBJECTIVE: through oral accounts, my grand parents kept saying how igbos came from isreal. someone should look into this, i dunno about egypt, but i think its more realistic than coming from Sango's bosom/ mud and all that poo.

Ode,
We came up with our own history ..."the sango poo"

But you fowls would rather cling to another people's history... Lazy brains...
Israel ko Pakistan ni

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by bakynes(): 4:53am On Mar 14
I definitely know the Great Kemet Empire (Ancient Egypt) was the first civilization in Human history. Black pple built those pyramids, there was also a rival empire to the kemet empire called the Nubian kingdom ruled by a Warrior Queen, they also built pyramids that region is what we call Sudan today. White pple could not believe these Negroes, these barbarians built a structure such as the pyramids that has stood for millions of years that's why they feed us with movies showing Arabs built them to make Africans believe they were useless.

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by driand(m): 4:55am On Mar 14
but it doesn't change d fact dat our govt is corrupt....

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Ijawboi(m): 4:55am On Mar 14
Akhenaten: Igbos of Nigeria and Ancient Kemitians of Kemet (Egypt)

by Oguejiofo Annu

The Eri creation myths of the Igbos holds that Chukwu-Okike sent down Eri and his wife Nnamaku down a ladder from the sky. He landed near the current town of Agulu Eri. From them came the sacred ancestors who founded the Igbos, Edos, Igalas, Yorubas, Junkuns, Hausas, and the rest of humanity.

According to other schools of thought, the origin of the Igbo begins with the story of the eponymous ancestor, Eri. By archeological account, in around 2345 BC in Ancient Egypt, a certain “M-Eru-ka (or Eru/Eri)” became a high priest to Pharaoh Teti.

Subsequently, as a result of dynastic tensions, M-Eru-ka let Kemit with many of his family and followers and set forth towards the south-west, where the great sea of southern Ethiopia washed the shores of Palm-tree lined beaches.

Eri as he was later called entered into the territory that was to become later day modern Nigeria. He set up many lodges across the land, wherein Kemitian Muur Sciences were studied and practised. Some elements of those sciences and wisdom still survive in mutilated forms in Nigeria of today.

In a similar vein, it has been pointed out that during the Exodus, which marked the beginning of the mass movement of the tribes of Israel, the tribe of Eri was amongst the tribe that left Egypt following the injunction from Jehova to his devotees, the Israelites (see Deuteronomy chapter 28 verses 58 – 68).

It has also been argued that some of these ancient Kemitian tribes founded settlements in the southern part of Sudan, where they established the “Nok” culture, which is similar to that of other (sun Cult) culture, like Nri, the Jukuns, and the Onaja Oboli dynasty of the Igalas, in the Northern part of Nigeria.

The main Eri group continued until the confluence of Rivers Niger and Anambara known as “Ezu-na-Omambala” and where it settled and founded the Agulu-Eri community.

Indeed, due to the calibre of its earliest founders and the sciences they set up, the network of nationalities that make up the country Nigeria, is a veritable invisible Muurish Empire about to manifest on the face of the earth.

Due to the influence of Eri and his civilization, many distinct aspects of Kemitian culture and science are found among the Igbos of Nigeria. For example, the Igbos were famous giant mound builders, constructing many structures similar to the Kemitian and Kushitic pyramides, like those that used to be at Nsude.

The religious pantheon of the Igbos and the ancient Kemitians share many similar ancestors and ancestresses many of them bearing identical names.

They shared the sun-god worship of Ra, Chukwu Ra; Kemitians were similarly fetishitic about circumcision, and menstrual periods like the Igbos. Similar hair styles, similar martial arts and self defense schools, similar social structures.

But for now, we will focus on some observed ligusitic similarities that exist between ancient Kemtian language and present day Igbo language, for many Kemitic Egyptian words yet survive in the Igbo language today. This is a current topical area of research in linguistics and history.

A small list of Ancient Egyptian words which survive in the Igbo language are as follows:

EGYPTIAN | IGBO (Onitsha and Uburu dialects used) KAKA(God) | Ka (greater, superior)
Khu (to kill, death) | Nwu/Gbu (die/to kill)
Em (smell) | Imi/Emi (nose, associated with smell)
Bi (to become) | Bu (to become)
un (living being) | Ndu (life)
Feh (to go away) | Feh (to fly away)
Budo (dwelling place) | Obodo/ubudo (country, dwelling place)
Dudu (black image of Osiris) | Mmadu (person)
Un (living person) | Ulo/Uno (living area, house)
Beka (pray/confess) | Biko/Beko (to plead, please)
Aru (mouth) | Onu (mouth) & kooh/Kwue (to speak)
Dor (settlement) | Dor-Nor (sit down, settle)
Ra -Shu (light after darkness) | La -Shu (sleep)
Aru (rise) | Anu/Kulie (up, rise)
Wu (rise) | KWu-ni/Kunie (rise)
In- n (negation) nh-n (negation)
Ma (to know) | Ma, Ma-li (to know)
Se (to create) | Ke (to create) & Se (to draw)
Hoo (rejoice) | Goo, ta-Goo (dance, rejoice)
Omijener (deep water) | Ime-me (deep inside)
Nen (the primeval water mother) | Nem (mother)
Ro (talk) | Kwo (to talk)
Penka (divide) Panje (break it)
Ala (Land of) | Ala (Land of, ground, boundary)
Amu (children) | Umu (children)
Ani (ground land below) | Ani (ground land below)
Ka (higher) | Ka (greater, higher, stronger, above)
Pa (open) | Meghee (open)
Isi (leader) | Isi (leader, head (body part), female name as in igbo: “Isioma”)
Oni (AE City) | Oni-tsha (Igbo City)
Ikhenaten (name of a Pharaoh) | Ikh-em (Igbo name for a male representing high power)
Au-nu (Crocodile) | Anu/Anu-Ma-nu (animal, beast)
Miri (water) | Miri (water)
Nahasu (other Blacks) | Ahasi/Ani-hasi (Evening, night)
Ak (man) | Ok-a (man)
Ehn/Hen (yes, nod head) | Eh (yes, nod head)
Paa/Faa (fly) | Feeh/Faa (fly)
Utcha (dawn) | Uchi-chi/Utchi-chi(night)
MM (among) | Imme (inside, among)
W (they) | Uwe (they, them)

http://www.africaresource.com/rasta/sesostris-the-great-the-egyptian-hercules/igbos-of-nigeria-and-ancient-kemitians-of-kemit-egypt-oguejiofo-annu/
hmmm

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Ijawboi(m): 4:57am On Mar 14
i thought igbos came from Biafra

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Hardebayo: 5:01am On Mar 14
Igbo are good people.

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by bakynes(): 5:01am On Mar 14
It will also interest you to know that the first university that ever existed was the university of Timbuktu. Europeans were still hiding in caves then during the Ice age, they stole African civilization and ideas remodelled it and called it theirs. The concept of black is evil and white is good, the concept of God is white and the devil is black were fed to us by white Europeans.

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by mmmustapha(m): 5:13am On Mar 14
grin igbos really don't know there origin. They said they are from Israel and now they are trying to link themselves to Egypt

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by mmmustapha(m): 5:16am On Mar 14
bakynes: I definitely know the Great Kemet Empire (Ancient Egypt) was the first civilization in Human history. Black pple built those pyramids, there was also a rival empire to the kemet empire called the Nubian kingdom ruled by a Warrior Queen, they also built pyramids that region is what we call Sudan today. White pple could not believe these Negroes, these barbarians built a structure such as the pyramids that has stood for millions of years that's why they feed us with movies showing Arabs built them to make Africans believe they were useless.
please don't say that again. There's no single empire or Kingdom in Egypt that was rule by Black Africans

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by *Des*Chyo*(m): 5:39am On Mar 14
Nice one OP,
I think whomever discredits the veracity of this report with one whiff, like I've seen everyone negating this view do, doesn't deserve a brain.
If you're too lazy to store knowledge, more less, to use it in improving your perception over time, you deserve a place among the domestic fowls and bush rats.
How can a person compose such reports with striking similarities and you think he's being obnoxious, did your father's genes not pass along convoluted cerebrums to you??
That's why you never improve; hackneyed pathetic non-entities of the black race.

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by The rock5555(m): 5:46am On Mar 14
Na who ibos no go dey connected with
Abeg leave me make i continue my sleep
*yawns and cover blanket*

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Re: Igbos Of Nigeria And Ancient Kemitians Of Kemet (Egypt) by Black vampire(m): 5:54am On Mar 14
Rossikk: Images of Royalty from Ancient Egypt. These are clearly black Africans, so it is very imperative that we do not shy away from connecting the dots,








omor this people are black ooo see their nose as wide as mine n their hair self......n my dad said he saw some native black egyptians in egypt..so i strongly believe...dis.......but those israelis are racist did u knw dey were sterilising black women..worst racist ever.... Believe dont say igbos came frm there abeg

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