Igbo People of Nigeria

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Igbo People of Nigeria
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Igbo people are one of the largest ethnic groups in Africa. The Igbo language is a part of the Niger-Congo language family. It is divided into numerous regional dialects, and somewhat mutually intelligible with the larger "Igboid" cluster. Geographic distribution: Nigeria People: Africanus Horton

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Last change August 9, 202007:42:07

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Lucy Ngozi Ogbu (1985–2020) Sir Patrick OKEAHIALAM KSM (1948–2012) Charles Ogbu-wa-Chima (1986–) Dammy Azunda EKE (1989–2019) Rev Fr. Jude NGWOKE (–2016) Mathew Obianumba EZENAGU (1939–2019) Sir A. I ONUORAH (1916–2011) Chukwu Ebuka Francis EJIOFOR (1989–2017) Ngozi Bridget Igwebuike (1944–2019) Chief Benjamin Nnamdi AZIKIWE (1904–1996) Justus ESIRI (–2013) Chief Benjamin Nnamdi AZIKIWE (1904–1996) Nnanna OKUMAH (–2009) Chukwuemeka ODUMEGWU OJUKWU (1933–2011) Chinedu Mbanugo (1986–2016) Catherine Ikwuka OKOYE (1948–2013) Rachael Eleanya CHUKWUKERE (1931–2018) Joseph Nwaofor OGUAZU (1940–2014) Nkiruka Anthonia Ikeanyionwu (1995–2015) Anna Maria VASSA (1793–1797) Chukwu Ebuka Francis EJIOFOR (1989–2017) Cyprian EKWENSI (1921–2007) John Chukwuemeka AKPU (–2015) Chief A.B.C Nwosu (1944–) Caroline Nwaole (1963–2018) Veronica Ebere Okonkwo (1944–2019)