Why Igbos Can’t Be Tamed

By Ogunmuyiwa Olayinka

It will be a task impossible to actualise for the Igbos, to follow the Yoruba's Ideology. The Igbos are more republican  by nature, which is why it is very difficult for you to tame such tribe. 

From the extensive research I did on the three major tribes, I find out that the Igbos are the most westernized, most enterprising, most astute, most dynamic, most intelligent (smart), and the most technically gifted tribe found among the black race. The Hausa/Fulani and the Yorubas have limitations. But an Igbo man doesn't see any limitations. An average Igbo man is highly competitive, unlike the Yoruba and the Hausa/Fulani. 

While the Yoruba and the Hausa/Fulani had kingdoms which enabled the British to infiltrate their territories easily, the Igbos on the other hand, had what could be called "Chiefdoms" (autonomous Communities). These structures made it very difficult to tame the Igbos. It took the British just 9 months to tame the North and South West but almost 30 years to be able to tame the Igbos. The British had to send a team of anthropologists to the South to understudy the Igbo because, they (the British) acknowledged they hadn't being up against a black race with such depth and intelligence coupled with the gut to confront the whites and learn from them so, so fast. 

While a Tinubu, can have unrestricted influence over the Yoruba tribe, something you can only find mostly among blacks and some poor nations on earth today, an Igbo man can never be tamed by the ideology of one man unchecked, no matter how highly placed he or she is. That's why the Igbos are very successful no matter where they find themselves. They don't believe in putting limitations on their path. You can only find such similarities among the Europeans, the Americans, and developed Asian tiger nations. 

A Hausa/Fulani man sees Kano as his world. A Yoruba man sees Lagos as his world. An Igbo man sees the world as his Village!

Igbos Can’t Be Tamed

Why Igbos Can’t Be Tamed

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Igbo Boy

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My Igboness

First black International Criminal Court president, Igbo.

First black MP in the UK, Igbo.

First black Senator in Italy, Igbo.

First black MP in Poland, Igbo.

First black African judge in the USA, Igbo.

First black African indigenous car producer, Igbo.

First black African to attend Oxford university, Igbo.

First Nigerian military general, Igbo.

First black VCs at the University of Ibadan, Igbo. 

First VC of the university of Lagos, Igbo.

First black African to win gold in Commonwealth games, Igbo.

First black Africans to win Olympic gold medals in football, mostly Igbo boys.

Therefore, why won't they hate the Igbo?

Don't you know that success brings envy?

As for me, I love being Igbo so much.

My Igboticness have not stopped me from achieving everything I've planned for my life.



Proudly Igbo
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