Appreciation

We want to acknowledge the vision, effort and resources of the founding members of Umuomaku Digital Footprint (UDF) towards making this project a success.

In no particular order special thanks to;


•    Izuchukwu Ibe
•    Ekene Uzor
•    Aloy Offia
•    Emeka Oti
•    Tochi Offiah

 

The content on this website was from various materials and interviews on Umuomaku and relevant permissions were sought and obtained where possible.

 

We want to thank Chinenye Ebele Ikeagu for her research work and the authors of the following books and links:

 

1.    B. Obieje, “Trends in the Traditional Rulership of Umuomaku (Obi/ Igwe)’” in Umuomaku: A Socio-Cultural Evolution, ed. Basil Uzor (Enugu: Ezu Books Ltd, 2018), 123-30.


2.    J.S. Gbenda, “Africa Traditional Religion and Christianity in a Changing World” (Nsukka: Fulladu Publisher, 1997).


3.    S. Maduakor, “Advent of Christianity and Formal Education in Umuomaku” in Umuomaku: A Socio-Cultural Evolution, ed. Basil Uzor (Enugu: Ezu Books Ltd, 


4.    R.I. Ochiogu, “Our Orign and Settlement” in Umuomaku: A Socio-Cultural Evolution, ed. Basil Uzor (Enugu: Ezu Books Ltd, 2018), 13-20


5.    Umuomaku,Wikipedia,November2021, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/umuomaku.


6.    B.I. Uzor, “Location of Umuomaku and Geographical Spread of its Location” in Umuomaku: A Socio-Cultural Evolution, ed. Basil Uzor (Enugu: Ezu Books Ltd, 2018), 1-11.


7.    N. Obinali, “Water Resources in Umuomaku – a Potential for Industrial Take Off” in Umuomaku: A Socio-Cultural Evolution, ed. Basil Uzor (Enugu: Ezu Books Ltd, 2018), 193-200.


8.    I.J.N. Nwosu, “Culture and Tradition of Umuomaku” in Umuomaku: A Socio-Cultural Evolution, ed. Basil Uzor (Enugu: Ezu Books Ltd, 2018), 31-66.


9.    R. Horton, “African Conversion” (Apuk, 1971), 95.


10.    L.T. Nnaji, “History of Amodu Awkunanaw” (Enugu: 2009), 39.


11.    F.C. Ogbalu, “Igbo Institution and Customs” (Onitsha: Uni Pub. Co), 41.


12.    C. Udeuba, “Initiation into Marriage Institution in Umuomaku” in Umuomaku: A Socio-Cultural Evolution, ed. Basil Uzor (Enugu: Ezu Books Ltd, 2018), 21-29.


13.    O.A. Ikediugwu, “Ozo title in Igboland as a negation of justice and history: An analysis of Amechi Akwanya’s orimili”.


14.    O. Ifezu, “A Theological and biblical appraisal of ozo title taking and its implications for current leadership issues in Igbo Catholic Church, Nigeria” (A Ph.D Thesis of South African Theological Seminar, 2011).


15.    I.U. Unya, “The Historical Significance and Role of the Kola Nut among the Igbo of Southeastern Nigeria” (Journal of Religion and Human Relations, 2021), http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jrhr.v13i1.13


16.    P. Iwunna, et al., “History of Igbo People and Education: A Psychological Implication”, (Historical Research Lettter, 2021) Doi:10.7176/HRL/53-05


17.    A Ochiogu “The Growth and Development of Education in Umuomaku” in Umuomaku: A Socio-Cultural Evolution, ed. Basil Uzor (Enugu: Ezu Books Ltd, 2018), 85-98

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