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This website was set-up on 3rd January 2011 by Ijachi Odeh as a platform through which Idoma sons and daughters can contribute to the socioeconomic development and cultural preservation of Idoma Land.

We hope this website will serve as a web portal for everything Idoma: an online database to document stories about Idoma people, showcase our rich cultural heritage as well as celebrate our achievements.

If you like what we do, please consider supporting us financially with a small donation so that we can buy books for our research and offset some of our operating costs. Other ways you can support us are:

  1. Tell us the meaning of an Idoma name
  2. Tell us the Idoma translation of an English word or phrase
  3. Tell us the name of someone who has contributed positively to the socioeconomic development of Idoma land, so that we can profile the person as an Icon
  4. Send us a write-up about an Idoma village, town, festival or tradition and we will publish. Send your write-up to

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Adulugba Odeh John - Thu, 19-May-22 - 13:10

You guys did a great job, as a young person I seek to know more about my fatherland and where I come from and I am happy with what I have learned, seen and heard thank you very much, God bless idomaland.

Piusmusapius Ochefu - Sun, 24-Mar-19 - 05:53

I hope that ldoma people will come together to support this website to grow in peace and not in pieces amen

Caroline Itodo… - Sun, 23-Sep-18 - 19:53

I wish to appreciate the people behind this site, I hope it gets Better. I read your published the story on Bongos Ikwue on a friend's page. God bless Idoma land and it's habitants.

Anyebe Abah - Fri, 03-Aug-18 - 06:42

I stumbled on this website this morning and I am so glad about it. My children, in their quest for Idoma language, got across it and did it quit the site. May God bless the team behind this website.