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Arochukwu Ekpo masquerade by Obinkita residents during Ikeji
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ukpuru: “ ukpuru: “ Arochukwu, Ekpo masquerade by Obinkita residents during Ikeji [Yam festival]. September 20, 1988. Ekpo, an Ibibio masquerade genre is ...
ukpuru: ukpuru: Arochukwu, Ekpo masquerade, September 20, 1988, Amaikpe square
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The origin of Ikeji Festival in Arochukwu is as old as the history of the Kingdom. The festival marks the end of the farming season, arrival of harvest, ...
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ukpuru: “Okonko society masquerader called Ogbaoso Ekpe (“Ambassador of Ekpe”). Umuma-Isiaku, central Igbo area, December 1988. Photo: Eli Bentor. ”
ukpuru: “ Igwe Nnayelugo Alfred Nnaemeka Achebe, the Obi of Onitsha, Nigeria, at his Ofala festival in ”
It is also in the food belt of Abia state where most of the staple foods are produced.
The Ikeji Period:
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THE IKEJI FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES MUST BE WITHIN THESE MARKET DAYS:
Agbogbho Mmuo, one of the masquerade paintings of Ben Enwonwu
THE IKEJI FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES MUST BE WITHIN THESE MARKET DAYS:
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THE IKEJI FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES MUST BE WITHIN THESE MARKET DAYS:
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Wearing mask and masquerade costume covered with fluffy or furry material, appliqued panels at front. Mask has long horns and sharp teeth.
THE IKEJI FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES MUST BE WITHIN THESE MARKET DAYS:
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