Igbo History Hebrew Exiles of Eri

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This s an Igbo History book that has the first time told of how the people of the South East and the South South Zones are Igbo.  These are the Edo, the Itsekiri, the Urhobo, the Ijaw, the Ogoni, the Ika, the Opobo, the Efik, the Anang, the Ibibio, the Ogoja the Obubra, the Owerri, the Anambra, the Udi, the Ezeagu, the Nkanu, the Nsukka, the Akpoto, the Izza the Izzi, the Ikwo, the Ngwa, the Andoni, the Ikwerre, the Ndokki and others are all Igbo.  Every family in the South East and South South owe it a duty to book for copies of this book for their children at home and abroad.
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Jul 13, 2014
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Pages
356
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ISBN
9781456622206
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Language
English
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History / General
Social Science / General
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