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The scope ranges from the historical foundation to the present day.
The work however, focus more on the contemporary implications; socio-economically and politically.
The work also covers the efforts made both individually and governmentally to abolish the system and Igbo nation like every other nations in the world, has certain traditions, customs, culture, beliefs and worldviews, which constitute their dos and don’ts.
Most of these traditions are handed over to them from one generation to the other, from their great fathers.
The violation to these beliefs and traditions are seen by most of them as a great abomination (Aru).1 Thus, they give a strict adherence to the laws even when they are no longer obtainable in a given epoch like in this contemporary era when and where scientific inventions, globalizations, civilization and so on have become the order of the day.
Emeka Sixtus Odunze.
A graduate of the Department of History and International Studies University of Benin, Benin City, Edo State.
A Nigerian from the Eastern Region but grow up in the South and Western Regions.
This research was done to correct the errors which had hold siege the Igbo Nation and to draw attentions toward it reconstruction.
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