The origin, history, worldview of the Igbo, one of the three major ethnic groups in Nigeria, is shrouded in mystery. Also, there is the controversy about who really are the Igbo, their institutions, political organisation, and relationships with their neighbours. The book not only unravels these mysteries, but also brings to focus contributions made by the Igbo, both at home and in the Diaspora, towards global peace and development.
The book also chronicles the travails of the Igbo in Nigeria and recommends that the Igbo should stop lamenting their fate and start reconstructing and expanding their economy if they want to regain their lost glory.
DONS EZE, PhD, is a Philosopher and Journalist with a distinguished career in the media that spanned over forty years. He has published numerous articles on many media platforms. He has equally published several books including Africa In Turmoil, The Wawa Struggle, Enugu And The Making Of Nigeria, Ezeagu Igbudu and Akama Ogwugwu Ebenebe.
CHINEDU OCHINANWATA, an engineer, also holds a doctorate degree in Business from the University of Lincoln, United Kingdom and an LLM in International Commercial Law from the University of Kent, United Kingdom. He researches and consults on Digital Economy and African Culture. He has published in respected peer-reviewed journals in different disciplines.