Category: Igbo FAQs

  • Are Igbos or other Nigerians related to the Japanese?

    The question of whether Igbos or other Nigerians are related to the Japanese has been a topic of interest among fans of anime who have noticed similarities between certain names. For instance, the names Chika, Azuka, Sola, and Osamu are found in both countries. The similarities between the two countries extend to their geographical names…

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  • How to Translate English to Igbo Online and more

    How to Translate English to Igbo Online and more

    If you’re looking for English – Igbo Translation or vice versa, we’re here to help! Translation tools are increasingly more important in our ever more global world and end up helping us bridge the gap between different cultures and communities. Whether you are a student, a business professional, or simply interested in learning more about…

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  • FAQ: How to say Thank you, Sorry, Table etc in Igbo

    How to say the following words/phrases in Igbo: 2. How are you doing – Kedụ or Kedụ ka mere? Central dialect or Kedụ ka ị melụ? Northern dialect 3. Hello – Ndeèwo or Kedụ (how are things) 4. Sorry – Ndo 5. I love you – A hụrụ m gị n’anya Central dialect or A fụrụ…

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  • Can you write in Igbo?

    Is Igbo a written language? Yes, Igbo is a modern language with rules, grammar and a written form like most other languages. Igbo is a tonal language like Chinese, Vietnamese and many African languages.  The language has three tones, high, mid and low, and it uses the Latin alphabet with 36 letters. Nine of those…

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  • How many Igbo people are there in Nigeria?

    As a developing nation with many rural and disconnected regions, establishing accurate numbers for Nigeria’s demographics is challenging. There are arguments on both sides, some saying that the population numbers are inflated, and others claim they are underestimated. With that said, here are some stats from established sources.  According to these sources, 15.2 – 18%…

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