Ndi Igbo

Who we are

All about the Igbo people.
The Igbo people of West Africa have their ancestral home in present day Southern Nigeria. Igboland is divided into two unequal halves by the River Niger. The larger half falls within Eastern Nigeria, while the smaller part is in Western Nigeria. Presently the Igbo States in the Nigerian polity are comprised of Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, and Imo, parts of Delta, Rivers, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Benue, Cross River and Kogi States[1]. The Igbo people however sojourn in almost all the countries of the world, in search of greener pastures. Thus, they have become rovers whose footprints are solidly entrenched in all enviable professions and endeavours such as business, education, politics and administration, science and technology, religion, arts and entertainment, sports, and other sectors.


Myths of creation.

Map of Igboland

A detailed map of igboland.

Igbo Ukwu

The bronze and other associated archaeological finds in Igbo Ukwu town prove that Igbo civilization was one of the earliest in the West African rainforest area.

Igbo in Nigeria’s first republic

Some history of Nigeria.

The Igbo as the Phoenix

The Igbo must rise to take their collective place in the world.