Tag Archives: Igwe Christopher Muoghalu

Why We Lost Biafra War – Colonel Muoghalu (retd), Anambra Monarch

The traditional ruler of Isuofia community in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State, Igwe Colonel Christopher Muoghalu (retd) has given an insight into why Nigeria’s problems are still persisting despite all efforts made by the Federal Government. The monarch, who was deputy defence adviser to the Nigerian Embassy in Washington, United States, from 1976 to 1978, experienced the pre- ...

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Isuofia: New Yam, Spirit Beings And Other Stories

By Casmir Igbokwe When you hear of Argungu fishing festival, what comes to mind is Kebbi State. When Osun-Osogbo is mentioned, a festival rooted in deep Yoruba culture brings nostalgic feelings. When New Yam festival is an item on the agenda, the gathering must be that of the South-Eastern people. And when mmanwu (masquerade) performance comes up for discussion, what you ...

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