Igbo Kwenu

Igbo Kwenu!

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In traditional Igbo gatherings, when spoken, “Igbo Kwenu!” it serves as a call that requires a response from those in attendance to recognize each other and the shared ancestry in Igbo land.

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This program promotes discussion about tradition and culture as tools necessary for navigating through our relationship with our world, promotion of self esteem and endorsement of educational precepts that serve the community and not... more

This program promotes discussion about tradition and culture as tools necessary for navigating through our relationship with our world, promotion of self esteem and endorsement of educational precepts that serve the community and not... more

This week's show will be continue our discussion from last week about Alternative Medicine featuring Ojiugo Pearce who is the Granddaughter of Chief K.O.K Onyioha and a Natural Therapist and practitioner of Natural Medicine in... more

This week's show will be about Alternative Medicine featuring Ojiugo Pearce who is the Granddaughter of Chief K.O.K Onyioha and a Natural Therapist and practitioner of Natural Medicine in England. Her practice has a connection to... more

This program promotes discussion about tradition and culture as tools necessary for navigating through our relationship with our world, promotion of self esteem and endorsement of educational precepts that serve the community and not... more

This program promotes discussion about tradition and culture as tools necessary for navigating through our relationship with our world, promotion of self esteem and endorsement of educational precepts that serve the community and not... more

This program promotes discussion about tradition and culture as tools necessary for navigating through our relationship with our world, promotion of self esteem and endorsement of educational precepts that serve the community and not... more

An annual memorial to all of the Southeastern Nigerian people who lost their lives before, during, and after the Biafran War.

This program promotes discussion about tradition and culture as tools necessary for navigating through our relationship with our world, promotion of self esteem and endorsement of educational precepts that serve the community and not... more
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