Echiche a sitere na echiche na-adịte aka banyere omenala ndị Nigeria, karịsịa asụsụ igbo. Mkparịta ụka dị iche iche na ndị enyi na ndị òtù ezinụlọ mere ka m bịa ghọta na ọ dị ka ọ ga-efunahụ ya. Enwetara m n’ike mmụọ nsọ nke na-ekiri ihe nkiri na-egosi ntụrụndụ na ntụrụndụ banyere ntụrụndụ Igbo nke m mụtara ma bụrụ abụ na-etolite, na-achọ ka m nyefee ya na ọgbọ ọzọ.
Ihe a ga-atụ anya ịkụziri, na-atụrụ ndụ, na-eme ma na-akpali ndị na-ekiri ha. Ọ bụ ụzọ dị ụtọ ma na-atọ ọchị nke iwebata na ịmaliteghachi omenala ụwa. Akuko n’egwu bụ maka ndị si n’agbata afọ na nzụlite, onye ọbụla nwere ohere iji chebe onwe ya ga-enwe obi ụtọ ma nwee olileanya ịmụta ihe ọhụrụ.
This idea was borne from fleeting thoughts on the the Nigerian culture, particularly the igbo language. Various conversations with friends and family members made me come to the uneasy realisation that it seemed to be losing its relevance. I found inspiration watching shows with nursery rhymes and reminiscing about Igbo nursery rhymes that I learned and sang growing up, and wishing I could pass it on to the next generation.
The content will hopefully educate, entertain, amuse and inspire viewers. It is a lighthearted and fun way of introducing and reintroducing the culture to the world. Akuko n’egwu is meant for people of all ages and backgrounds, anyone who has a moment to spare will be entertained and hopefully learn something new.