Mammy Water in search of the water spirits in Nigeria /

Mammy Water is a pidgin English name for a local water goddess worshipped by the Ibibio, Ijaw, and Igbo speaking peoples of southeastern Nigeria. The water goddess traditionally gives wealth and children, compensates for hardships, and is sought in times of illness and need, especially by women. Her...

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Corporate Author: University of California (System). Extension Media Center. (Producer)
Other Authors: Arthur, Donald. (Narrator)
Jell-Bahlsen, Sabine.
(Screenwriter, Director, Producer)
Format: Movie Electronic
Language:Igbo
Published:Watertown, MA : Documentary Educational Resources (DER), 1989.
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