Published September 9, 2016
This video was recorded in Worcester, USA by Wikitongues volunteer Noah Sullivan. Igbo is spoken by upwards of 25 million people, primarily in the west African nation of Nigeria, where it is a lingua franca alongside English, Hausa, and Yoruba, as well as in Equatorial Guinea, where it enjoys a degree of official status as a recognized minority language. A literary language since the late eighteenth century, Igbo is written using a form of the Latin Alphabet known as Önwu. Culturally, proverbs feature prominently in Igbo speech, having been described by the Nigerian author Chinua Achebe as "the palm oil with which words are eaten". Read more on Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/2czV5S6.