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Onye añụ gbara...

Onye añụ gbara, ọ hụ okporoko ijiji ọ wara ọsọ: The burnt child dreads the fire.

Ọkụkọ na-abụ oke...

Ọkụkọ na-abụ oke na-ebido n’eju: A lion is known by its claws.

Nwanyị Akịdị

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Nzu

Nzu

Nzu which is a symbolic chalk is used to wish a visitor to one's house a warm welcome.  It is used to signify kind gesture to people who are dear to us.  This is more so because it is believed that this element that is dug out from the soil being white, signifies purity and innocence.  In Igbo land, it is often presented along with kola so that it is used to articulate the wishes of the people when it is used for prayers.

Ịchaka

Ịchaka

Ịchaka nwe egwu.  This means that this musical instrument is special in its own way.  Ịchaka is unique because it melows down the disparity of sounds from other musical instruments and thus brings about musical harmony in the traditional musical instruments and traditional music by extension.

Never invite troubles.

Ọhịa na-asọ nkata epukwala ero: The earthen pot must keep clear of the brass kettle. 

Dosad Blogs

APRASA 2016 Football Competition Set to Kick Off - DOSAD Commends APRASA for the Initiative

Agulu Priests, Religious, Aspirants and Seminarians Association (APRASA) is organizing a football competition for the youths of catholic parishes in Agulu, Anaocha Local Government Area of Anambra State. It will last from 6th to 13th August 2016.

The letter made available to Fides has it that the venue for all the matches will be in St. Mary’s field at Nwagu Agulu and it is expected that each player has to be a registered member of the parish youth, mercenaries are not allowed. Again, the list of the players must be signed by the Parish Priest or the Parish Youth Chaplain.

Priests Brotherhood Sports and Recreation Club – Achieving Healthy Lifestyle

Tuesday evenings are special at St Anthony Catholic Church Enugwu-ukwu and environs. As from half hour of three in the afternoon, there is a traffic build up. You can see them – young and old, tall and short, fat and thin, huge and pint, all alighting from their cars and lacing their boot and wears, heading to the football field and volleyball court. Among them are lawyers, lecturers, coaches, administrators, musicians, engineers, architects, name them. They are however bonded by two significant binding factors-Catholic Priesthood and Sports.

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