Igbo nationalism

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The flag of Biafra (1967-70) is sometimes associated with contemporary Igbo nationalism

Igbo nationalism is a range of ethnic nationalist ideologies relating to the Igbo ethnic group. While the term is defined as seeking Igbo self-determination by some, others argue that it refers to the preservation and revival of Igbo culture and, for others, the development of Igboland stemming from the philosophy, Aku luo uno, which means "wealth builds the home". [1]

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  1. ^ Onuoha, Godwin Onuoh (March 2012). "Contemporary Igbo Nationalism and the Crisis of Self-Determination in Nigeria". African Studies. 71 (1): 29–51.

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