My Husband’s Ex 2

Pregnancy tests from the hospital. Iyke’s joy knew no bound, he was going to be a father, “I am going to be a father, to an inter-racial child. Oh, how wonderful, what a great news to end the day,  Ike repeatedly showed his excitement. “A good news to relax my mind after a hectic day at the office, my oga questioned everything I did today”, he grinned mischievously.

That night, he put a call to Nigeria, to speak to his family and friends. It was a good news that should be shared with friends and family. Ring! Ring! “Mama, my wife is pregnant, you will soon have a grandson Mama!” , he sounded repeatedly to his mother. Within few hours, Ike has spread the news to every member of his family back home in Nigeria. All his well-wishers must hear this, the extended family were also included in his joy.  The family will be expecting a new inclusion in few months.
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Her Husband’s Ex 1

Getting married is one of the most fulfilling moment and experience in life, for some people 😃.  OK, but for people from the eastern part of Nigeria and also Nigerians as a whole. It is a much-awaited stage of life when a young man or lady gets married to their heartthrob,  with blessing and consent of parents of both parties.


Ike has lived all his life abroad, studied abroad, worked abroad and even married abroad to a foreign woman. She was foreign because she come from another part of the world, foreign to the culture of her husband’s people, foreign to their language, foreign to his people and even foreign because she wasn’t married the Igbo way.
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Igbo Union Picnic Stockholm 2015



This year the Igbo Union in Stockholm  Picnic has come and gone but the memories can’t be forgotten in a jiffy.

This association was founded in love and unity for brothers and sisters from Igbo speaking part of Nigerians, living and working in Stockholm, Sweden.

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A Masquerade in Stockholm

The Igbo Community in Stockholm last month celebrated their Igbo day. It was an event meant to bring together all Igbo men, women and children living in Stockholm and also friends and colleagues.
Igbo people are from the South Eastern part of Nigeria. They are people from Abia, Anambra, Enugu, Ebonyi, Imo and some parts of Delta speaking Igbos in the country.
They live in most parts of the world, there is no country in the world that you don’t find Igbo people living, working or doing business.
So they trooped out in number during the event to celebrate the New Yam festival. There were masquerade parade,  cultural songs and dance performed by the men, food to eat and a lot to drink.
In my next post, I will tell you more about the New Yam festival and more on Masquerading in Igbo culture and traditions.
😘😄 I am a hardcore Igbo girl.


The men dancing around the masquerade.


The masquerade greeting the visitors.

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