Who Are The Igbos? - Cultural Hand Craft and Arts.
Igbo Culture At The Time Of Pre- colonial Rule The Igbos has a formal writing system called Nsibidi, it was a trans-tribal hieroglyphic writing style that came to be the first written form of Igbo. Nsibidi allows communication at greater. Nsidibi is the only form of writing in Nigeria that doesn't have an external influence, and stands alone as one of the only form of pre-colonial writing in the entire Africa
Negative Impact Commercialization of Culture- Cultural way of life style has become a product, rather than the pride of the people. Undermining of Value System- Foreign products and cultures have flooded the market, these have affected the identity of the Igbos, what they want and what they respect. Over Reliance on Digitalization- People are becoming lazy to read and write books, especially the younger generation.
How Far It Has Promoted The Culture Integration of African Culture (Igbo), in terms of collaboration, sharing and interaction. Speedy Access to Igbo culture on the internet. Global Access to African cultural Heritage. Digitalization and Preservation of cultural artefacts.
Conclusion Digitalization has given African culture a platform to globalize and preserve their culture. However, misinterpretation and culture conflict of the Igbos are not ruled out, as Professor Chinua Achebe’ s ‘Things Fall Apart’ presented it.