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Written in the 1960s by Mrs. Chinwe Akaosa. In this booklet, we view marriage through the eyes of an Igbo married woman. She explains and gives advice on how to handle a spouse in a traditional or modern Nigerian home of the 1960s era.Add to cart
How to write and reply letters for marriage, engagement letters,love letters and how to know a girl to marry.Free!
Published by J.C Brothers in the 1960s.Do you find yourself in need of a love letter tutorial or sample? This 1960's model might work for you. It contains samples of engagement or love letters and a simple drama on how to find a wife in a city of girls with questionable morals.Add to cart
Written by Eneanya, Nonye. This play in four scenes recounts the fluctuating fortune of Mr Dimgba and his family. It captures the financial travails of the average Nigerian family in the 1960s. Is it comforting when i note that not much has changed since then?Add to cart
Written by Okafo,Motulumanya.J. who wanted to dispel the notion that Igbo people love money and will do anything to have it.The play centers on the quest for wealth and it is viewed through the eyes of Igbo,Hausa, and Yoruba ethnic groups. Money is a universal want.Add to cart
Written by Okenwa, Olisah and published in 1963.The Igbos ( written as Ibo or Iboe by some) are an ethnic group found in Southeastern Nigeria, West Africa. This booklet is an exposition on the native customs and laws the Igbos keep. Topics such as Title taking, Gender,Land ownership, Marriage and Courtship laws are covered. It should be noted that some of these customs have been lost or forfeited when Igbos converted to Christianity although it is common to find many who combine African Traditional religion and Christianity.Add to cart