LAWS OF IGBOLAND

Law in Igbo language means Iwu. This is often referred as Iwu ala, iwu ani, iwu ala, iwu eli or iwu obodo. This is the law of the land, or the law of the town, or the law of the country. From Iwu, the following are derivable:
1. Odi na iwu: it is forbidden by law, illegal.
2. Tinye iwu: make law or enact law.
3. Mebi iwu: commit crime, offence, break law, sin, wrongdoing.
4. Ida Iwu: to break the law.
5. Ezune oshi (ezule ohi): Do not steal.
6. Egbune madu: do not kill any person.
7. Akwula udo: do not commit suicide.
8. Ara la nwunye madu: Do not commit adultery.
9. Ayi na nwunye madu oyi: do not flirt or befriend another person's wife.
10. Ara na nwanne gi: do not Be Intimate with your kith and kin-Inbreeding.

11. Ezula ji,akwkwo nri ma obu ede na oba ma o bu oru/ugbo mmadu(don't steal yam,cassava,cocoyam,vegetables and the likes from anothers farmland or storeroom)

12. Tupu i gho oroma,unere,udara na ihe nracha ndi ozo no n'ulo mmadu,i ga ebu uzo mee ka onye aghu mara.(before plucking fruits from anothers compound,you must endeavour to get the owners consent.


What are these laws?. Some are similar to those in the official Nigerian system while some are universal because Ndigbo are part of humanity. A few are nonetheless, distinctly Igbo.
Ndigbo, let us assembly them.
CAN WE LIST THE REST PLEASE?.

Do i have some nwa afor igbo readers? Let's get it started because am proud of my language.
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