This is a book about Olokoro, our community. The account is not comprehensive, but it forms an important beginning (as other accounts before it) in the formal and permanent documentation of the history, culture, and the way of life of our people and their achievements. The community has grown from a point where its government has transformed from a mere disparate village organization to a level where a unified election dominates the process. The community is made up of diverse population with different ideological orientations that should be harnessed for the development of the community. His Royal Highness Eze J. J. Ogbulafor, Uvuoma 1 of Olokoro, took development of the community seriously as well as extolled the culture. The present dispensation of having many Ezes in Olokoro will lead to progress if properly harnessed by all and sundry. My vision for Olokoro in this regard is articulated in my autobiography (Nwaogu 2015.175). Olokoro community belongs to us all, and denizens should feel free to contribute ideas that will move our community forward. Perceptive readers are welcome, and this includes sharing of comments, suggestions, insights that will broaden our minds toward the achievement of a unified, progressive, and respectable community.Culture and History of Olokoro People - eBook
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Paul Okamnaonu Nwaogu
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