The funeral ceremonies for the Igbo people are very complex. The most complex are of the dead chiefs. They also considered some deaths were considered shameful and were not buried at all.
The dead are sat in a stool in their finest clothes. animal sacrifice then a burial
The process of marriage normally includes asking the woman’s consent, testing the bride’s character, and paying the brides wealth.
Men use to practice polygamy, but after the European colonization men began to practice monogamous marriage
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