The year 1929 is popularly known for the Aba Women’s Riots. Thousands of Igbo women were gathered to challenge British authority and also protest against oppressive tax collectors. 90 years after this historic event, we will have the chance to see how these women fought for themselves, their families and the society at large.
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Added February 10, 2019