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Ohuwa Dance of Igbere, Part 1

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Uploaded on Jan 12, 2009

Ohuwa dance is one of the core traditions of Igbere people in Igbo land. This dance is performed by honourable and virtuous women of Igbere citizenry. As they dance, the men and well wishers would show their appreciation, support and admiration by showering them with money. Ohuwa dance originated at Igbere, which is a city in Abia State of Nigeria. Igbere is in the heart land of Igbo tribe and is endowed with rich cultural heritage. This performance took place during the IPAI Convention 2007 (Ezumezu 2007 in Diaspora), at Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, please visit our website: www.ipaiinc.org.

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