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    Music by intelligent boy from Benue.

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  • Download Songs By Idoma Actor, Odeh Okoh Jeremiah (Intelligent Boy).

    About Odeh Okoh Jeremiah (intelligent): He is popularly known by his stage name, Intelligent Boy. He is a singer, songwriter, actor and movie producer. He was raised and nurtured from a Production House called ST. Godwin’s media production. He was born in 6th Jan. 1995 in Akpodo Ipole Community in Edumoga district in Okpokwu LGA Benue State. He has National Diploma (ND) in Computer Science, From Benue State Polytechnic Ugbokolo.…

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    TEARS OF IDOMA

    Evidence showed that the Idoma people have been around Benue valley for more than a thousand years. Another mysterious Idomoid people known as Akpoto were noticed to be the earliest inhabitant of the region occupied by Idoma, Tiv, Igala, Egbira and Bassa today. Evidence also drawn from rites, songs and folklore showed that the Idoma at Apa achieved a great civilization with centralised government and we’re advanced in warfare, trade,…

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    SONG BY JENOMZE: DEY WHERE YOU DEY

    To download jenomze song, “dey where you dey,” click bellow. Download

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    IDOMA TRADITIONAL DEITY (ALEKWU K'IDOMA)

    Owoicho is always looked upon as OWONOFIYE or OWODUDU, that’s almighty and Omniscient. But since He is too physically removed from the physical world, just like other beliefs: Hebrew, Greek etc there is need for intermediary. It is now the Chief priest or the OCHE who act as the intermediary between mankind and the supreme God, Owoicho as the Oche is the ruler of the community.In many Idoma cultures, the…

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    All You Need To Know About Pig Farming

    Pig, otherwise known as swine is a specie of animal that is said to be very dirty but reach in meat. Not every one eats pork, to some, they just don’t like it while to others, they do not eat pork for religious reasons. Some part of Christian religion does not eat pork so is Islam. Conversely, some communities eats pork as one of their favourites . Things  to consider…

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    How To Sincerely Reform Electoral System.

    When a good king is on throne, the people enjoys but when an evil king rules, the people suffers. To ensure good and sincere leadership, the process through which such leaders are maked must be a sincere process and free of all Malpractices. Every country has their electoral body. The electoral body of any country is responsible for the credibility of a given election. Electoral bodies are said to be…

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    How To Make Tooth Paste At Home

    As generations come and go, so does human inventions and uses of commodities. Adopting a certain commodity to be generally acceptable depends on the taste of that market in a given generation. Though some times it depends on the findings of that generation and how such commodity is been modeled. Years Ago, the best trouser was “tight at the tigh but very large on the ground”.  As life goes on,…

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    How to survive in Kaduna State, Nigeria.

    Kaduna state is one of the 36 states of Nigeria. A state that is known for religions crisis but low rate of crime. At the hearing of the name “kaduna”, the first question that comes to mind is, “that crisis zone?” It is true that some times crisis occurs in the crocodile city but it is one of the simplest states to survive and make a living. Several closed down…

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    How To Avoid Shortage Of Power Supply In a Given Community.

    Many have concluded that Power outage in Nigeria is an inevitable problem. The reach and the poor experience the menace daily. This brings us to this important discusion. Is there any problem without solution? To me, the answer is no. I have lend my voices through writings and I do know, Nigerians, Africans and the world in general is reading and learning. However, It will not be completed if we…

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