AWO-OMAMMA-AMIRI RELATIONS SINCE 1970

AUTHOR: UBAKU, KELECHI CHIKA

DEPARTMENT: HISTORY AND INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

AFFILIATION: NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA

Igbo land is the home of Igbo people and it covers most of the south- eastern Nigeria. These people are culturally rich, industrious, friendly, and mostly literate. They have a dynamic and fascinating cultural heritage which says lots about them. Additionally, there exist inter-community relations among these people. Such relations usually take economic, political, social, and cultural dimensions, and this is the case of the people of Awo-Omamma and Amiri communities. This research work therefore reveals the various practices which have provided the pedestal for cordial economic, political, social, and cultural relations between the people of the aforementioned communities since 1970. The research further revealed some conflictual developments which have been negatively affecting these cordial relations. However, possible remedial measures were provided which if adopted can enable both communities to be conflict free and experience total cordiality in relating with one another.

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