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Friday, 9 November 2018

Traditional Igbo Leaders set December 28 as the Day to Finally Put an End to Their OSU CASTE SYSYTEM for Good

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December 28, 2018 has been set aside by major traditional rulers to put an end to their Osu caste system for good.

In the traditional Igbo system, the Osu are those who are said to be dedicated to the deities and so they are usually discriminated, and there has been pleas for this barbaric act to be halted, goo for them, their prayers have finally been answered.
Although some regions in the South-East have succeeded in abolishing the Osu caste system, it is still alive and well in a lot of Igbo communities. 
According to a statement on Tuesday, there will be an event marking the abolition of the Osu caste system in Igbo land. The event will take place on December 28 at the Nri Palace in Anambra State.
The statement quoted the Regent of the ancient Nri Kingdom, Prince Ikenna Onyesoh, as saying it would be “spiritually suicidal” for anyone to continue with the obnoxious Osu practice after it had been abolished.
He said,
Come December 28, 2018, more stringent spiritual implications will be pronounced from Ikpo Eze-Nri against such devaluation of mankind, after an extensive spiritual abrogation exercise.
The statement also quoted the Eri traditional rulers as saying that they were set for the abolition.
The Chairman of Eri Dynasty Traditional Rulers Forum, Eze Nkeli Nzekwe Kelly, said, according to the statement.
The whole world needs to witness what is about to happen in our land on December 28, 2018 because such a thing has never happened before.
The last time in history anything close to this happened was 200 years ago. And mark my words, after these abolition and atonement exercises, anybody who continues to uphold these practices will have themselves to blame.
It’s time to end these once and for all and unite our people for the new era. It’s time for our estranged brothers and sisters who were sold into slavery to return home. We are more than ready to atone for the sins of our forefathers and reunite with our kits and kins in America, Europe, the Islands, and beyond. It’s time.


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