Mazi Ogbonna

Mazi Ogbonna

CEO Mother Tongue Academy

Ndi Igbo: Living chiefly in eastern Nigeria are the Igbos. The Igbos are an ethnic group native to the present-day south-central and southeastern Nigeria. Geographically, the Igbo homeland is divided into two unequal sections by the Niger River– an eastern (which is the larger of the two) and a western section.The Igbo people are one of the largest ethnic groups in Africa. In the igbo culture, the igbo people celebrate lots and different type of festivals. below are list of 10 most popular festivals celebrated by the Igbos.


1. New Yam Festival

The New Yam Festival of the Igbo people know as Iwa ji, Iri ji ohuu or Ike ji, depending on dialect) is an annual cultural festival by the Igbo people held at the end of the rainy season in early August
The celebration is a very culturally based occasion, tying individual Igbo communities together as essentially agrarian and dependent on yam.
Yams are the first crop to be harvested, and are the most important crop of the region. The New Yam Festival is therefore a celebration depicting the prominence of yam in the social-cultural life of Igbo people

August, September and October are three special months in the Igbo cultural calendar. Each year, thousands of Igbo sons and daughters troop out enmass to celebrate the annual New Yam Festival. This age long festival, which is as old as the Igbo culture itself, is usually held between August and October with the date determined by each community.The aim of the New Yam Festival is to officially present the newly harvested yams to God and the ancestors of the land. The festival is also an avenue to thank God for sustaining the life of the farmers, the indigenes of the land and the farm product (yam) through a successful planting season. The New Yam Festival is indeed a colourful event which is fast becoming a major tourist attraction.. The New yam festival is celebrated throughout Igbo land and its usually accompanied with cultural music and dance, wrestling, masquerade display etc.


A CELEBRATION OF ROYALTY
This is the official cultural outing of the king and members of the cabinet in the year. The Ofala Festival is an annual ceremony practiced mostly by the Igbos of anambra state especially onitsha, nnewi, agulueri and ukpo etc. The festival serves as a rites of renewal of the king or Obi. The festival is celebrated within two days mostly in October by the Obi.  The festival marks the end of a period of retreat sometimes called Inye Ukwu na Nlo when the Obi remains incommunicado and undergoes spiritual purification for the good of the community. At the end of the week long retreat the Obi emerges during the Ofala to bless his subjects and say prayers for the community. Ofala is celebrated annually beginning from the coronation of the Obi to his death, the latter of which is called “the last Ofala. 

 3. Mmanwu Festival

Igboland holds many festivities and cultural performances, most notably the masquerades and the new Yam festivals.

Masquerades (Mmanwu) are held in accordance with the community native calendars during festivals, annual festivities, burial rites and other social gatherings. The masquerades are geared in colourful robes and masks made of wood or fabric. Some masks appear only at one festival, but the majority appears at many or all. Masquerades are associated with spiritual elements, as according to Igbo belief, they represent images of deities or sometimes even dead relatives. The identity of the masquerade is a well-kept secret and performed exclusively by men.

In the past, masquerades were regarded as the means for maintaining peace and order and were primarily used as law enforcement agents. The whole village would come out for the ceremony of the colourful masquerades. While entertaining through dances and exhibiting extra-human feats, the masquerades would walk up to certain individuals and loudly expose any bad habits, crimes or misbehavior of that person. As people would always take corrections from these exposures, the masquerades were effective in keeping up with traditional norms and values in the communities. There are annual masquerade festival in most Igbo communities called ogbako mmanwu (gathering of masquerades) where masquerades gather in village squares or open filed to entertain people. notable among the masquerade festival is the annual masquerade festival in   November organised by Enugu State which involves masquerade groups from various parts of the state. 

4. Iwa Akwa Festival
The Iwa-akwa festival is one of the most beautiful Igbo festival which is been celebrated every 3 years interval.

The Iwa-akwa festival is a cultural heritage of the people of Okigwe senatorial district of Imo State and Enugu west senatorial district of Enugu state, mainly celebrated by the people of Ugbo in enugu state, Mbanos’, Obowos’ Etiti in imo state. Although other communities does it such as Mbaise, Orlu, Abia state and some other communities of Enugu though with a different name. This is one of the beautiful cultures that has refused to die despite the claims of Christianity which has wiped other beautiful cultures. It also attracts so many tourists both from within and outside Nigeria.
The Iwa-akwa festival is a ceremony where young men who has come of age are been initiated into manhood and given the opportunities to make their contributions in social cultural and political affairs of the community. In this stage of life they can now sit with elders, wine, dine, discuss issues as it affects the community and suggests solutions.

5. Igu Aro Festival

Igu Aro festivals are celebrated in some of Anambra’s communities to flag off the annual planting season.The Aro festival also called the “Igu aro” is one of the most colorful and celebrated festival in igbo land especially in Umueri . The Festival has a prime position in the life of the people due to economical importance  attached to it . Because the Oracular and Prophetic utterance of the Priest depicts what would happened in a given year.
This include the oracular utterances of the priest in regards on what to expect during the harvest season: Whether there will be “Ugani” (famine), Nsogbu (problem), Agha (war), Onwu (death) etc. it was a sort of annual prophecy or prediction on what would happen in the coming season. If the prophecy turns out to have positive effect, the people tend to work tiredlessly hard so as to reap the fruit of hard labour. But on contrary, they tend to be cautious during the planting season starting with the first moon of the new season.

 

6. Ekpe Festival
Ekpe festival is a masquerade festival celebrate mainly by the igbos of abia sate, river state and nkanu people of enugu state. unlike the mmanwu festival which is the gathering of tens and thousands of different masquerades, this masquerade festival particularly celebrates the Ekpe masquerades. Ekpe festival is a lively cultural festival that attracts people from in and outside the state.

The Ekpe festival has existed for millenniums and involves so many kinds of Ekpe masquerades performing different kinds of cultural dance.
Here, male and female (old and young) dress in their cultural attire, the male must tie a piece of George (wrapper) to make up for the cultural attire.

Male children who have been initiated into Ekpe masquerade, and are skilled in playing the cultural music, show their expertise in their culture while the masquerade performs the dancing. People appreciate the performances of the masquerade, players and other individual dancers by donating money to them while the music is on.

The apex of the cultural festival is when the Ekpe masquerade will use a cutlass and behead a goat at a strike.

   7. Inne Festival

This festival which is more popular among the Igbos of delta state is celebrate in most western igbo communities. In Asaba, the capital city of Delta State which is one of the communities that celebrates the festival, It is a 5-day event holding in the five villages of Asaba. It is a celebration of war and of peace, and it features war dances, military-like parades, reenactment of old battles, and other related events that spice up the annual event. although with different name, the festival is also celebrated among the eastern Igbo especially in Abia state.

8. Odo Festival

Odo is a term used to describe the returning of the dead who spend up to six months with the living during the festival. the odo festival is celebrated among the northern Igbos of enugu state especially among the nsukka and the udi people. The odo appear as male and female masked figures played by men who are members of the death cult society, and whose identity it is required to keep secret.   The Odo are first welcomed back with celebrations, and then make visits to their former homes, which result in more entertainment and gift giving.  Their departure is a sad one, and engages the community in an emotional leave taking event before the Odo`s journey back.

This long festival is a celebration that requires extensive preparations and sacrifice for the community.   Women are heavily involved in food preparation and performances as chorus members as well as audience.   The creation of costumes and masks with plant fiber, leaves, beads, and feathers, although more durable cloth costumes are
becoming
 more common in contemporary Odo plays. A musical accompaniment, featuring xylophones, drums, and rattles, which is known as obilenu music, meaning “that which lies above.” the development of these music groups and plays are all done in a sacred area outside of the central village where the Odo performers reside and help train new initiates to the cult.  Tribal relatives from distant communities will renew their contact with their roots by spending long periods with their family while enjoying the dramatic presentations of the Odo characters.

The transformation of the dead in Odo characters involve guttural speaking and large movements.

9. Igwa Nshi Festival

Igwa nshi is a festival celebrated in Eke, udi LGA of enugu. its a celebration that reminds heroes of the past victories against neighboring towns, during the festivals villages that make up the town always converge at the village square with their drums to entertain the guest. the events last for eight days.

  

10. Ede Festival

Ede festival also called ede aro festival by the abagana people of anambra state is an annual cultural festival celebrated mostly by the igbo people of Anambra and Enugu State. celebrated during the harvest of cocoyam. the ede festival is a very colourful festival that celebrates the cocoyam, Women believes that if sowing and harvesting of yam which is reserved for the males are celebrated, sowing and harvesting of cocoyam which is reserved for the female should also be celebrated.

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Nigerian guitarist King (Dr.) Chief Oliver de Coque (born Oliver Sunday Akanite) is one of Africa's most prolific recording artists. Since releasing his debut album Messiah Messiah in 1977, Coque has recorded no fewer than 73 albums in his homeland. His dance-inspiring "Ogene" style of Nigerian high life, which blends modern high life and traditional Igbo music, has produced such hits as "Biri Ka Mbiri," "Ana Enwe," "Naukwa Mmwanwu," and "Identity," which remained on Radio Nigeria 2's Top Ten throughout most of 1981.

Playing music since the age of 11, Coque was taught to play the guitar by Piccolo, a Zairean guitarist living in Nigeria. Serving an apprenticeship with juju stars Sunny Agaga and Jacob Oluwale, he was a star by his late teens. Attracting international attention with a London performance in 1973, he played on Prince Nico Mbarga's album Sweet Mother four years later. Coque is often backed by his brother Eugene's Igede International Band.

Mkpokiti dance was founded in 1959 by late Chief Festus Okoli Nwankwo of Ugwunano village of Umunze in Orumba local government of Anambra state. Chief Festus created the dance and patented it with Registration No: FGN/TI/614314.

 

In 1970, all the states of the Nigerian federation were summoned in Lagos to celebrate the end of the civil war. Among the programmes lined up for the celebrations was the cultural dance competition from all the states. A cash prize of 3,000 British Pounds and a gold gong were prizes for the first place in cultural dances. The competition started from villages to the divisions and to the states. From village level to the national stage, Mkpokiti secured first position and won the coveted gold gong and cash prize in Lagos.

This stimulated other dance groups in the country with the result that in 1971, many dance groups registered for the competition. The final competition for the year took place in Ibadan and Mkpokiti maintained the lead.

 

In 1972 – 1973 in Kaduna, the case was the same. Since inception, the Mkpokiti dance group has never obtained a second position in any competition. Formerly, Anambra state government chose Mkpokiti as its state dance but after the continuous clinching of first position in national competitions, the federal government adopted Mkpokiti as a national dance. Mkpokiti represented the federal government in FESTAC ’77 at Lagos. In New York, Washington, Jamaica, Barbados, Brazil, Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, Cuba, Port of Spain, and England, Mkpokiti dance has been exhibited as the greatest cultural dance in Africa.

 

The Satinsheen Company under the management of Miss Franca Afebua took Mkpokiti dance to a global competition in Wembley, England. All the groups competed in Oxford University, England. As expected, Mkpokiti dance secured the1st prize there and carried the World Cup back to Nigeria.

The federal government has taken Mkpokiti dance group to ALL THE PARTS OF THE WORLD except Australia. The achievements made in these travels including winning the World Cup multiple times even in New York, Algeria and North Korea a few years ago rightly crowned the legendary Mkpokiti dance of Igbo people the greatest cultural dance in the world.

 

Written by Dunu Okigbo of Obindigbo Online publication

 

In Ala Igbo, there are many spectacular  festivities and cultural performances. The most notable are  the masquerades and the new Yam festivals. The degree of these performances vary from place to place with Anambra, Enugu and some parts of Imo States leading the others. Arondizogu in Imo State is  known popularly for their Ikeji Festival where Masquerades of extra-ordinary propensity abound. The Nsukka and Udi people in Enugu State also perform feats in their Masquerade displays. In those good days, many Masquerade performances were exhibited during the Christmas in Enugu and many other towns in then Eastern Nigeria.

Masquerades (Mmanw
) are held in accordance with local  native calendars during festivals such as Chrismas and New Yam Festivals,  burial rites and other serious social gatherings. The masquerades are adorned in esoteric  regalia  and colorful  masks made of wood and other fabric materials. Masquerades are hierarchical or age related Some masks appear only at one festival, but others  appear more regularly.  According to popular Igbo belief, Masquerades are very important spiritual elements of society. They have  symbolic representation and serve many important roles in society.  Depending on the locality in Igbo land, Masquerades can have replica images of deities and important ancestral  relatives of the society. Consequently, the identities  of the masquerade are  well-kept secret from children, women and the uninitiated men of society. Only  strong, exclusive  and trusted men of society are allowed to perform any Masquerade with a high reputation. .

Masquerade vary in size, display and function. Some Masquerades perform competitive dancing moves. These are known as “Ojionu or Ọgba Mgbada Masquerades”. Others perform acrobatic and other eye-popping feats. Some of these are seen in Arondizuogu during Ikeji festivals. The popular names for some of these rugged Mmanwụ (Masquerade) is “OKWO MMA). In those in Coal City Enugu, Coal Camp had one of the toughest Okwu mma that cast spells on others. It was known as “Mmanwụ Obesie” Whenever, it appeared, every body ran away including other Masquerades of minor leagues. That seems to explain the popular saying in Ala Igbo, “NNUKWU MMONWỤ PUTA, OBODO AWALọ ỌSO”- whenever, a big Masquerade appears, the town runs away.  Some other Masquerades chase people around and wipes non Masquerades on its trajectory. These are called “EKPO, a variant popular in Ovim in Isuikwuato Area. Another colorful dancing Masquerade is the “Okonko,, popularly seen around Calaba, Arochukwu, Ohọfia, Igbere and Isuikwuato axis of Abia State Nigeria. Udunkulu or Ajonkwu are spectacular Masquerades that chase participants who shoot at it with den guys with no bullets(Akidi). None participants are holed up in the surrounding bushes with Palm frond(Ọmụ) barricades. Udunkulu is performed in Item, while Ajọnkwụ is performed in Ovim, Ahaba and elsewhere in Isuikwuato Local Government Area. “Nwaanyị Otila Ukwu”(The woman with huge behind)  is another harmless and gentle Masquerade for pure entertainment and its style of dancing is a contagious laughing stock amongst  observers especially Children.

In the past, especially before the advent of Christianity, Masquerades played important roles of keeping law and order. Children and young adults were made to be sacred of Masquerades. People were  bound to tell the truth at all times to avoid the wrath  of Masquerades. In this capacity, Masquerades were regarded as the means for maintaining peace and
social order. They were primarily used as unbiased law enforcement agents. Usually during festivals, the entire  village come out for the ceremony of colorful and spectacular masquerades. While Masquerades play entertainment roles, they also display a dual role of combining dancing, acrobatic displays  and other extra-ordinary feats that awe doubting local and foreign Toms.  Also it is not unusual to witness tough  masquerade walk  up to certain individuals and loudly berate them publicly for their hidden  abominable bad habits such as coveting a friend’s wife, serious crimes such as poisoning someone or other  adjudged misbehaviors to society. As crude as this style seems in present day and age, they were very effective  in instilling corrective measures to many would-be deviants of society. Thus the traditional norms and values of the community  were preserved without sacred cows flouting them on basis of economic and politic clouts. Since Masquerades were regarded as spirits, they were no respecters of individuals. Every member of society paid attention.

However, with colonization and Christianity, the spiritual value of the Masquerade has ebbed in many societies with high Christianity index. As a result, masquerades have become more relevant as an institution for cultural display for entertainment only. The law and order spectrum has atrophied as a thing of the past Nowadays, they are used more for tourist attractions when they come out in colorful regalia  accompanied by traditional music and choreographed dancers. Any wonder why all sorts of mistreatment, robbery, kidnapping and other nefarious activities have taken exponential  dimensions in Ala-Igbo..

The other festivals with high octane value in social significance carried out by most communities in Ala – Igbo is the new Yam (Iri Ji Ọhụọ) festival, which marks the beginning of the harvest seasons for new yam. As mentioned before, Arondizuogu seems to have the gold standard for this important festivity in Ala Igbo. The festival takes place around August and October, though the time varies from place to place. The New Yam festival raises the occasion for celebration while offering special prayers to Supreme  God for a bountiful  harvest. It is marked with colorful displays  of cultural songs, dances and masquerades including roasting and toasting of new yams (Ji Ọhụo).

Other important festivities and  ceremonies worth mentioning here are:

·  Traditional marriage ceremonies (Igba Nkwụ) and funeral rites(Ikwa Mmadụ). .

·  Özö title taking, involving ritualistic initiation by other initiated folks.

·  Ezeship and Chieftaincy coronation, an installation rite carried out by titled men;

 

·  Political Cerebrations where surpluses  are displayed with reckless abandon.

 

In all the mentioned ceremonies,  Masquerades are used as social displays. That should be the  more reason for  our Children to  be exposed and educated in this important element of Igbo Society. It helps to build character and maturity.

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As Steve Kerr admitted before the Warriors' 118-91 Game 2 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday to tie the Western Conference Finals at 1-1, there's a "fine line" between good shots and bad shots for the Warriors. In losses such as Game 1, the Warriors' shot selection tends to trend toward the latter (bad shots). In Game 2, their shot distribution was more of the former (good ones).

They never said winning was easy. Some people can’t handle success, I can. I’m giving you cloth talk, cloth. Special cloth alert, cut from a special cloth. How’s business? Boomin. Egg whites, turkey sausage, wheat toast, water. Of course they don’t want us to eat our breakfast, so we are going to enjoy our.

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They key is to have every key, the key to open every door. We don’t see them, we will never see them. To be successful you’ve got to work hard, to make history, simple, you’ve got to make it. They never said winning was easy. Some people can’t handle success, I can. I’m giving you cloth talk, cloth. Special cloth alert, cut from a special cloth. How’s business? Boomin. Egg whites, turkey sausage, wheat toast, water. Of course they don’t want us to eat our breakfast, so we are going to enjoy our breakfast.

As Steve Kerr admitted before the Warriors' 118-91 Game 2 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday to tie the Western Conference Finals at 1-1, there's a "fine line" between good shots and bad shots for the Warriors. In losses such as Game 1, the Warriors' shot selection tends to trend toward the latter (bad shots). In Game 2, their shot distribution was more of the former (good ones).

They never said winning was easy. Some people can’t handle success, I can. I’m giving you cloth talk, cloth. Special cloth alert, cut from a special cloth. How’s business? Boomin. Egg whites, turkey sausage, wheat toast, water. Of course they don’t want us to eat our breakfast, so we are going to enjoy our.

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They key is to have every key, the key to open every door. We don’t see them, we will never see them. To be successful you’ve got to work hard, to make history, simple, you’ve got to make it. They never said winning was easy. Some people can’t handle success, I can. I’m giving you cloth talk, cloth. Special cloth alert, cut from a special cloth. How’s business? Boomin. Egg whites, turkey sausage, wheat toast, water. Of course they don’t want us to eat our breakfast, so we are going to enjoy our breakfast.

As Steve Kerr admitted before the Warriors' 118-91 Game 2 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday to tie the Western Conference Finals at 1-1, there's a "fine line" between good shots and bad shots for the Warriors. In losses such as Game 1, the Warriors' shot selection tends to trend toward the latter (bad shots). In Game 2, their shot distribution was more of the former (good ones).

They never said winning was easy. Some people can’t handle success, I can. I’m giving you cloth talk, cloth. Special cloth alert, cut from a special cloth. How’s business? Boomin. Egg whites, turkey sausage, wheat toast, water. Of course they don’t want us to eat our breakfast, so we are going to enjoy our.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa quae ab illo inventore veritatis et quasi architecto beatae vitae dicta sunt explicabo. Nemo enim ipsam voluptatem quia voluptas sit aspernatur aut odit aut fugit, sed quia consequuntur magni dolores eos qui ratione voluptatem sequi nesciunt.

They key is to have every key, the key to open every door. We don’t see them, we will never see them. To be successful you’ve got to work hard, to make history, simple, you’ve got to make it. They never said winning was easy. Some people can’t handle success, I can. I’m giving you cloth talk, cloth. Special cloth alert, cut from a special cloth. How’s business? Boomin. Egg whites, turkey sausage, wheat toast, water. Of course they don’t want us to eat our breakfast, so we are going to enjoy our breakfast.

As Steve Kerr admitted before the Warriors' 118-91 Game 2 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday to tie the Western Conference Finals at 1-1, there's a "fine line" between good shots and bad shots for the Warriors. In losses such as Game 1, the Warriors' shot selection tends to trend toward the latter (bad shots). In Game 2, their shot distribution was more of the former (good ones).

They never said winning was easy. Some people can’t handle success, I can. I’m giving you cloth talk, cloth. Special cloth alert, cut from a special cloth. How’s business? Boomin. Egg whites, turkey sausage, wheat toast, water. Of course they don’t want us to eat our breakfast, so we are going to enjoy our.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem accusantium doloremque laudantium, totam rem aperiam, eaque ipsa quae ab illo inventore veritatis et quasi architecto beatae vitae dicta sunt explicabo. Nemo enim ipsam voluptatem quia voluptas sit aspernatur aut odit aut fugit, sed quia consequuntur magni dolores eos qui ratione voluptatem sequi nesciunt.

They key is to have every key, the key to open every door. We don’t see them, we will never see them. To be successful you’ve got to work hard, to make history, simple, you’ve got to make it. They never said winning was easy. Some people can’t handle success, I can. I’m giving you cloth talk, cloth. Special cloth alert, cut from a special cloth. How’s business? Boomin. Egg whites, turkey sausage, wheat toast, water. Of course they don’t want us to eat our breakfast, so we are going to enjoy our breakfast.

As Steve Kerr admitted before the Warriors' 118-91 Game 2 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday to tie the Western Conference Finals at 1-1, there's a "fine line" between good shots and bad shots for the Warriors. In losses such as Game 1, the Warriors' shot selection tends to trend toward the latter (bad shots). In Game 2, their shot distribution was more of the former (good ones).

They never said winning was easy. Some people can’t handle success, I can. I’m giving you cloth talk, cloth. Special cloth alert, cut from a special cloth. How’s business? Boomin. Egg whites, turkey sausage, wheat toast, water. Of course they don’t want us to eat our breakfast, so we are going to enjoy our.

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They key is to have every key, the key to open every door. We don’t see them, we will never see them. To be successful you’ve got to work hard, to make history, simple, you’ve got to make it. They never said winning was easy. Some people can’t handle success, I can. I’m giving you cloth talk, cloth. Special cloth alert, cut from a special cloth. How’s business? Boomin. Egg whites, turkey sausage, wheat toast, water. Of course they don’t want us to eat our breakfast, so we are going to enjoy our breakfast.

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