Meet Talented Ìgbò Singer Ifé, Whose Biafran Heroes Song Titled '1967' And ‘Omenana’ Will Make You Proud.

In our journey to greatness as a people, as Ndi Ìgbò, we have been blessed with some of the finest icons, talents, musicians, orators, prophets and leaders. Whether we see them as such or not, the truth remains that mother nature has blessed us with these sons and daughters, for the sole purpose of shining the light of Ndi Ìgbò, so that the whole world might see and recognise our greatness.

One of such illustrious and talented daughters of our noble people, is Ifé (Ifechukwu Mercy Michael), who through her music promotes our culture and its importance; but above all has used her story telling style of music to venerate the memories of our people who died during the Biafran war of 1967-1970.

Ifé represents the true Ìgbò spirit, and we are very proud to share her music and biography with you.

In one of her songs titled “I967” which is a Biafran Heroes song, she uses her voice to bring out the deep emotions buried in the heart of very true Ìgbò man or woman as regards the events of 1967-1970. 

You can watch the video below:


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