Amadioha

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Amadioha bụ Arusi ma o bu Agbara (nke egbe eluigwe na amụma nke ndị Igbo na ndịda ọwụwa anyanwụ Nigeria . Ọ bụ n'etiti ndị Igbo na ụfọdụ akụkụ nke Igbo, a na-akpọ ya Amadioha, Kamalu (nke dị mkpụmkpụ maka Kalu Akanu ), [1] Kamanu, [2] ma ọ bụ ofufe . [3] Na ndi nchochaputa ekeleeke uwa, ya na-achị ụwa bụ Anyanwu. [4] Agba a na acha uhie uhie, akara ya bụ ebule ọcha. [5] N'ụzọ dị iche iche, Amadioha na-anọchite anya mkpịsị aka nke ndị mmadụ. [6] A na - ejikọkarị ya na Anyanwu, onye bụ chi Igbo nke Sun. Ọ bụ ezie na Anyanwu bụ ekeleeke uwa a ma ama na ala Igbo, Amadioha by arusi amara amalu nke ji amuma aga njem na odịda Naijiria. Oge ya bụ Afo, nke bụ ụbọchị nke atọ n'ụbọchị ahịa nke Igbo ụbọchị anọ . [7]

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  4. Uchendu, Victor C. The Igbo of Southeast Nigeria. Page 96
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  6. Iwu, Maurice. Handbook of African medicinal plants. Page 320.
  7. Patrick, Iroegbu. Igbo-Okija Oracles and Shrines, Development and Cultural Justice