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4 Sep
Every culture that ever existed in humanity has many facets to it that preserve it. In Akwa, located in Anambra the eastern part of Nigeria, the famous Imo Akwa festival is a practice that has lasted for time immemorial. Imo Akwa for the average Akwa indigene is equal to what the Christmas celebration is for…

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