The igbo people were not exempted from this assumption justice itself cannot be realized outside a system of law and its institutions it is a system in which law is a vital aspect of mans culture and social existence embodying the collective will of the community and binding the members of that community in a unity of purpose. Justice in ibo culture focused more on restitution and solution rather than punishment nightingale in the novel things fall apart by chinua achebe clansman uzowulu presents his case in a great village meeting with the egwugwu he claimed that three men came and beat him up and stole his children and wife these men were his in laws. Justice in igbo culture responsibility nkeonye otakpor imprint lagos nigeria malthouse press limited c2009 physical description 148 p 22 cm series uniben studies in philosophy v 2 available online at the library green library find it stacks request items in stacks call number status kq9000 i53 a175 2009 unknown more options find it at other libraries via worldcat limited . The igbo have a very strong sense of justice which is littered in many an igbo cultural ethos and pathos the proverbs idioms folklores folk songs and other linguistic sources are some important
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