Who Is Who

In this thread, abridged profiles of great Igbo men and women who have achieved incredible fit in their respective endeavours are shared

Chiwetel Umeadi Ejiofor

A young man you would in most possible cases ascribe the supposition that “death comes early to its believers,” lives as a counteragent that has ridiculed the powerfulness of death over humans for his abstruse and circumventing survival of the cataclysmic (fatal) accident that claimed the life of all the passengers aboard his Father’s ride as they holidayed in the city of Lagos in 1988. 

Meet Princess Okwei Opene, The Omu of Ossomari...The Who Is Who In The Igbo Land

The Igbo land is home to Jewels and geniuses the world has ever known. But not too many are women. The Igbo patriarchal society suggests a role for the women and, they should find that in their husbands' house, with little ambition for sucess and financial independence. It was unbecoming therefore, to have few extra-ordinary women achieve the uncommon. A revisitation to our history, reveals this woman with a rare character atypical of the Igbo society. 

Professor Nneka Honoured By Queen Of England, Has Been Dame Commander Of The Order Of The British Empire

It is quite an honour to have a daughter and sister like our dear own, Professor Dame Elizabeth Nneka Anionwu. 

Prof Nneka, Ada nnaya, is the first daughter of our proud son and brother, Lawrence Odiatu Victor Anionwu and his Irish Wife, Furlong Anionwu, whom history has adjudged a true jewel and beacon of hope to her generation with her outstanding achievemets in the medical.

Professor Nneka Honoured By Queen Of England, Has Been Dame Commander Of The Order Of The British Empire

It is quite an honour to have a daughter and sister like our dear own, Professor Dame Elizabeth Nneka Anionwu. 

Prof Nneka, Ada nnaya, is the first daughter of our proud son and brother, Lawrence Odiatu Victor Anionwu and his Irish Wife, Furlong Anionwu, whom history has adjudged a true jewel and beacon of hope to her generation with her outstanding achievemets in the medical.

Chiwetelu Ejiofor

A young man you would in most possible cases ascribe the supposition that “death comes early to its believers,” lives as a counteragent that has ridiculed the powerfulness of death over humans for his abstruse and circumventing survival of the cataclysmic (fatal) accident that claimed the life of all the passengers aboard his Father’s ride as they holidayed in the city of Lagos in 1988.