Jewish/Igbo relationship: DNA Tests By Jewish Scientists Ready in August

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Results of the Deoxyribonuleic Acid (DNA) Test conducted by visiting Jewish scientists to determine the famed relationship between the Igbo people of Nigeria and the Jewish people of Israel would be published in August 2017.

Hundreds of Igbo people from the South-eastern Nigeria had trooped out to participate in the test to ascertain the validity of the claims that the Igbo people migrated from that part of the world.
The Ikedife Hospital, located along Igwe Orizu Road, Otolo-Nnewi, Anambra State, is playing host to the Israeli-Yaweh group while people from different parts of Igbo land have thronged the place to take part in the cell screening exercise.
The group came into the country to take a random sampling of cells from the people in the South-east for studies to carry out a DNA analysis and comparison in Houston Texas, USA.
Speaking to newsmen on the development, former President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Dr Dozie Ikedife, and owner of the hospital said there had been stories of Jewish/Igbo relations based on archaeological discoveries and mythology, saying he facilitated the Jewish scientist to come and prove the mythology.
“The idea is to establish scientifically the relationship of the two groups of people. It is necessary to satisfy the curiosity and answer the question in the minds of many for quite some time.
“The world has gone advanced, cellular examination can be used to establish the claim or otherwise of this kind of belief. In this modern time, such claims of relationship should not be left in the domain of mythological theories alone There is need to subject the claim to scientific proof.
“If at the end of the day, it is confirmed that we are relations, we would remain brothers and friends, but if it proved negative we remain friends. My curiosity is based on the fact that I studied Anthropology as well as Medicine, the result of the cell examination is expected to be out in August this year,” he said.

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  1. Ernest Ozuma February 9, 2017 at 9:05 am - Reply


  2. Woah Kemosabe! February 9, 2017 at 9:27 am - Reply

    Woah Kemosabe! ‏@HmzyTheKing
    In my opinion, both Fulanis and Igbos are Jews! “@TheInfraNews: Jewish/Igbo relationship: DNA Tests By Jewish Scientists Ready in August

  3. Tajudeen Raji February 9, 2017 at 4:50 pm - Reply

    Maybe after it is confirmed that the Igbos who hate being Nigerians are “Jews” they would take up Benjamin Netanyahu invite that all Jews should move to Israel. I am sure the negros from Nigeria would receive a red carpet (matches their red hat) welcome because they are special. Regardless of the fact that every other people of Jewish descent, ask the Ethiopians living in Israel, are treated as a second class citizens by their so called Jewish family.

    To all those hating on Nigeria and waiting on a DNA result that would confirm that they are Jews – I cannot wait for them to move to Israel.

    I say to all the Igbos hating on Nigeria – let it go, you will miss Nigeria when she lets you go. In the meantime – enjoy the following music – “let her go” by Passenger

    Tajudeen Raji

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  4. Otitigbe Obadiah Oghoerore Alegbe PhD February 9, 2017 at 4:51 pm - Reply

    Nobody wants to be African.
    When you ge tto israle today, the Askenazis will rejec t you. Why do you want to be where you are rejected.
    I am black and proud.

    Otitigbe Obadiah Oghoerore Alegbe PhD
    The Okatakye of Africa
    Florida. Buenos Aires

  5. Ayo Ojutalayo February 9, 2017 at 4:56 pm - Reply

    For a change, Otitigbe is making sense.

    Ayo Ojutalayo

    “When you are too gentlemanly with SOBs and bullies, they grow wings and never change their habits. Ultimately, deep down, they are cowards…Nebukadineze Adiele – not his parent-given name; one of the ghosts that pollute our Naija forums and write in pseudonym, as one of their “free speech” exercises – is a prime example.”
    . . . . Bolaji Aluko

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