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Ikenga (“place of strength") is a horned Alusi (deity) found among the Igbo peoplein southeastern Nigeria. It is one of the most popular symbols of the Igbo people. Ikenga is mostly maintained, kept or owned by men & occasionally by women of high reputation & integrity in the society. It comprises someone’s Chi (personal god), his Ndichie (ancestors), aka Ikenga (right hand), ike (power) as well as spiritual activation through prayer & sacrifice.

Ikenga (“place of strength") is a horned Alusi (deity) found among the Igbo peoplein southeastern Nigeria. It is one of the most popular symbols of the Igbo people. Ikenga is mostly maintained, kept or owned by men & occasionally by women of high reputation & integrity in the society. It comprises someone’s Chi (personal god), his Ndichie (ancestors), aka Ikenga (right hand), ike (power) as well as spiritual activation through prayer & sacrifice.

IBIBIO, EKON PUPPET FIGURE 7, 24.5”, Nigeria

IBIBIO, EKON PUPPET FIGURE 7, 24.5”, Nigeria

Ikenga (“place of strength") is a horned Alusi (deity) found among the Igbo peoplein southeastern Nigeria. It is one of the most popular symbols of the Igbo people. Ikenga is mostly maintained, kept or owned by men & occasionally by women of high reputation & integrity in the society. It comprises someone’s Chi (personal god), his Ndichie (ancestors), aka Ikenga (right hand), ike (power) as well as spiritual activation through prayer & sacrifice.

Ikenga (“place of strength") is a horned Alusi (deity) found among the Igbo peoplein southeastern Nigeria. It is one of the most popular symbols of the Igbo people. Ikenga is mostly maintained, kept or owned by men & occasionally by women of high reputation & integrity in the society. It comprises someone’s Chi (personal god), his Ndichie (ancestors), aka Ikenga (right hand), ike (power) as well as spiritual activation through prayer & sacrifice.

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