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Re: The Culture Lounge by OdenigboAroli(m): 5:54am On Aug 03, 2013
odumchi:

Goulash is different. Here's what Olugbu soup looks like:


That doesn't look like the "Onugbu" an "Idenmili woman" can make.. what da hell is that ? Look like water soup with leaves and meat....! You need to eat the Onugbu made by my woman!

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Re: The Culture Lounge by OdenigboAroli(m): 6:20am On Aug 03, 2013
odumchi: I have a question regarding Igbo music.

What I've noticed is that in the Highlife era (60s to 80s) Anambra and Delta were the "hotbeds" of music in Igboland. However, nowadays, it seems to have shifted to Imo (Bongo).

Who thinks so/has anything to say? And also, are Anambra/Delta/Enugu people fond of Imo music?

Of course,Anambra people do like Imo highlife,especialy,Sir Warrior.
Re: The Culture Lounge by OdenigboAroli(m): 6:30am On Aug 03, 2013
odumchi:

Here are a few:

Ali Chukwuma (Delta)
Osita Osadebe (Anambra)
Eddie Okwedy (Delta)
Morroco Maduka (Anambra)
Paulson Kalu (Anambra)
Oliver De Coque (Anambra)
Victor Uwaifo (Delta)
Celestine Ukwu (Delta)

Bros,you got it wrong...lol



Nwanna, tam mu echefuo, nwezie kwa krismasi nke oma.


Osita Osadebe Anambra
Oliver Akanite..Anambra
Morroco Maduka..Anambra
Ozoemena Nsugbe..Anambra
Ali Chukwuma..Delta..Osadebe boy
Celestine Ukwu..Enugu..Osadebe boy
Paulson Kalu..Abia..Osadebe boy
Mike Ejeagha..Enugu by the border of Anambra. He spoke like an Omanbala.
Sir warrior..Imo
Ikenga all star..Osadebe former band member.

I once remember Osita Osadebe line in his famous track,MAKOJO...He say.."Oshimmili kam si eje,nmuo nmili zili m' egwu Osili nwa mama" I got chills....Osadebe is larger than life! Every musician in Igboland and above adores him
Re: The Culture Lounge by Nobody: 1:27pm On Aug 03, 2013
You guys are calling Igbo music high life. Hahaha very funny.. High life is a way of life. NOT NECESSARILY MUSIC. LoL.


Odenigbo Aroli:


Osita Osadebe Anambra
Oliver Akanite..Anambra
Morroco Maduka..Anambra
Ozoemena Nsugbe..Anambra
Ali Chukwuma..Delta..Osadebe boy
Celestine Ukwu..Enugu..Osadebe boy
Paulson Kalu..Abia..Osadebe boy
Mike Ejeagha..Enugu by the border of Anambra. He spoke like an Omanbala.
Sir warrior..Imo
Ikenga all star..Osadebe former band member.

I once remember Osita Osadebe line in his famous track,MAKOJO...He say.."Oshimmili kam si eje,nmuo nmili zili m' egwu Osili nwa mama" I got chills....Osadebe is larger than life! Every musician in Igboland and above adores him
Re: The Culture Lounge by Sunny754569: 5:54am On Oct 25, 2013
hi odumchi!
This dish is my favorite.
Re: The Culture Lounge by Nobody: 2:43am On Nov 02, 2013
well i did my part trying to bump cultural threads. hopefully someone else will take it from here tongue
Re: The Culture Lounge by Boyooosa(m): 1:48pm On Dec 21, 2013
How does it look like if a man is eventually impregnated by another man and he gives birth to only God knows gender? This alarming and unrelenting campaign for same sex marriage (esp. Gay) prompted this question as a lot of natural / biological laws have been technologically or otherwise broken ranging from transgender, augmentation mammoplasty, monozygotic or siamese twin and even human cloning. how will it look like if you are walking on a street and ram into a man with pregnancy (not big belly) or being called upon to assist a man pushing in the labour room?
Re: The Culture Lounge by AJOT99(m): 4:11pm On Jan 23, 2015
Nice thread

Re: The Culture Lounge by leederrty1997: 7:25am On Feb 08, 2015
I love anything that deals with culture...
For Nigeria's history, lifestyle in the 60s, culture and traditions, places in nigeria and to know about Nigerian legends- visit www.oldnaija.
Re: The Culture Lounge by Nobody: 5:12pm On Mar 10, 2015
[quote author=Dede1 post=13605870]


Bros, you are free to believe anything but bear in mind belief is not truth. [/quote


You are right
He was from Abor, Udi
Thank you
Re: The Culture Lounge by noahklub: 3:38pm On Mar 21, 2015
Do you know that the bible is about Africa, writtten by African? Do you know that king Solomon was a black man?
'5. I am black, but comely, ….. . 6. Look not upon me because I am black, because the sun hath looked upon me: …..'.
- Songs of Solomon 1:5-6

for more details, see www.noahklub., www.facebook.com/noahklub.com



Do you know why you are poor? Do you know that there is nothing called money? Do you know that the concept of money is a charade and a fraud?
for more details, see www.noahklub., www.facebook.com/noahklub.com
Re: The Culture Lounge by SisterSister(f): 9:23pm On Apr 08, 2015
I have a question...

what are somethings one can say upon meeting an Igbo Chief/Ezeigbo? I only know a few things to say, suggestions please?
Re: The Culture Lounge by Olivebranches(m): 12:47pm On May 15, 2015
The Igbos are the most romantic tribe in Nigeria. When you want to woo a woman and all styles fail try the French style.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQfVFNggsp0
Re: The Culture Lounge by AleqsChizar(m): 6:28pm On May 21, 2015
If you haven't heard this, kindly download and enjoy this fast and furious Igala rap song- G'omi Abajoi by Aleqs Chizar

http://www.datafilehost.com/d/9c26e57b

Enjoy...
Re: The Culture Lounge by leederrty1997: 11:01pm On May 23, 2015
Igbos are really interesting, funny and amazing!
For more about Nigerian culture- Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba, lifestyle in the 60s, places and legends in Nigeria, visit
www.oldnaija.
and thank me later.
Re: The Culture Lounge by Joromi1: 12:37pm On Jun 12, 2015
Hi
Re: The Culture Lounge by demedici(m): 3:46pm On Jun 17, 2015
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Re: The Culture Lounge by Haywhymido(m): 2:40pm On Jun 30, 2015
Pls, anyone frm edo state here??
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Re: The Culture Lounge by odensibiri: 11:08pm On Aug 07, 2015
Re: The Culture Lounge by davidolali: 12:14pm On Aug 13, 2015
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Re: The Culture Lounge by xnowball1984(m): 2:25pm On Aug 19, 2015
Culture is beautiful
odumchi:
This thread is for that time that you have a question but don't know who to ask; that time you have something you'd like to discuss but not sure with who; that time you just want to discuss anything and everything cultural with everyone.

cool
Re: The Culture Lounge by Virtuousua(f): 1:19pm On Aug 24, 2015
Pls what is my wife in ikwerre dialect
Re: The Culture Lounge by odensibiri: 8:56am On Oct 01, 2015
I've created an online Igbo dictionary viewable for free at: https://www.scribd.com/doc/281219778/Ikpokwu
The writing there is nsibiri which is the original Igbo writing.
Re: The Culture Lounge by Rita41(f): 3:16pm On Oct 17, 2015
Pls and pls who knows about pple from Nkanu East very well I need to ask a vital question about marrying from a particular village there plsssss

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