IGBO TRIBES/CLANS IN SO CALLED NIGER DELTA REGION, BIAFRA LAND

They are:
1) Egbema -Rivers state/imo
2) Ecthe Rivers state
3) Omuma – Rivers state
4) Ndoni – Rivers state and Delta
5) Ikwerre- Rivers state
6) Ekpeye — Rivers state
7) Obigbo – Rivers state
8) Aniocha – Delta state
9) Ika – Delta state
10) Agbor- Delta state 11) Oshimili – Delta state
12) Igbanke/Igboakiri- Edo state
13) Ndokwa – Delta state
14) Opobo – Rivers state
15) Ukwuani— Delta state
16) Asaba — Delta state 17) Ogba – Rivers state
18) OGBA -rIVERS STATE
19) Osekwenike, Abuetor and Eke Okpokri villages, all
in Sagbama area of bayelsa, their are Igbo of Ukwuani stock, and as such, are of the Anioma
igbo clan of the Igbo ethnic group in -BAYELSA
20) ISOBO , even liyl imoke former CR governor and wife are igbos from ABI LGA – CROSS RIVER
21) (the Umuezekaoha people numbering over 300
villages), — BENUE STATE
22) THE indigenouse Igbo-speaking communities in Kogi state especially in Ibaji and Igalamela/Odolu LGAs –
such as the Eke Avurugo community,such as Nwajala, Umuoye,
Ubulie-Umuez, ozara, and umuoye and many more
etc You can add yours

In Nigeria today, Igboland is roughly made up of Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, Imo, and major parts of Delta and Rivers states.

Small parts of Akwa Ibom , Benue, Cross River, Edo, and Kogi State,

make up the rest of Igboland.

HERE ARE LIST OF IGBOID LANGUAGES, THE CLANS AND STATES

Arochukwu is an Igbo dialect spoken by the people of Abia state. Ngwa is an Igbo group, constitute the largest and most populous sub-ethnicity, in southeastern Nigeria. They are found in Abia State.
Nsukka is an Igbo dialect spoken by the people of Nsukka, Enugu State. Enuani is an Igbo dialect spoken in Nigeria by the Igbo people of Delta State, Onitsha, Obosi and Ogbaru in Anambra State and Ndoni in Rivers State.
Ukwuani (Anioma) is an Igboid Language. They are found majorly in the Northern part of Delta State and in
some parts of Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni local government area of Rivers State, Nigeria. Ukwuani is the second largest ethnic nationality in Delta state after the Urhobo people. It is also the largest in Delta North region which is referred to as the Anioma…

Ozara is an Igbo dialect spoken by the people of Nkanu west in Enugu state…

Ogba (also Oba) is an Igbo dialect of the Ogba people of Rivers State, Nigeria.

Umuezeohaka is an Igbo dialect/group of people in Ado, Oju, Obi and Okpoku LGAs of Benue state.

Ekpeye is an Igboid language of Rivers State, Nigeria. Mgbo language, Mgbolizhia, is an Igbo language spoken in Ebonyi state in Nigeria. Ikwerre, is an Igboid language spoken primarily by the Ikwerre people who inhabit Rivers State, Nigeria. Ezaa is an Igbo language spoken in Ebonyi state in Nigeria. It forms a dialect cluster with closely related Izii, Ikwo , and Mgbo , though they are only marginally mutually intelligible.

Ikwo is an Igbo language spoken in Ebonyi state in Nigeria.

Ohuhu is an Igbo dialect spoken by the people of Umuahia, Abia state… Owerre is an Igbo dialect spoken by the people of Owerri, Imo state… Agbor is an Igboid dialect with bini influence spoken by the people of Ika south, Delta state.. Ibeku is an Igbo dialect spoken by some people of Owerri and Umuahia in Imo and Abia respectively….

Isuama is an Igbo dialect spoken in by the emacipated slaves from Igbo Origin in Sierra Leone…

Afikpo is an Igbo dialect spoken by some group of people in Ebonyi state… Ohafia is an Igbo dialect spoken by the people of Bende in Abia State… Enugu-Ezike is an Igbo dialect spoken by the Enugu- Ezike people of Enugu state..

Izugbe is an Igbo dialect spoken generally by all Igbo groups..
Idemili is an Igbo dialect spoken by the people of Idemili North and south in Anambra state…

Mbaise is an Igbo dialect spoken by the people of Mbaise in Imo state…

At least Igbos make up 50% OR MORE of Niger Delta region, and
let it be known today for those claiming Niger Delta OR
whatsoever that, no an inch of Igboland shall be left out IN THE BIAFRAN RESTORATION
for any reason!!!!! —
You can thank me later for this wonderful information!!

From the Research Work Of Solomon Iwejuo, Biafra land correspondent of Family writers press.

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