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English: Nzu (Chalk) Igbo Customs is generally used by women immdiately after child-birth and for some days after. It is sometimes presented instead of kola-nut (ọjị) to a titled visitor as a mark of respect and social esteem. The visitor rubs it on his eyelids and on his toes, and has to make certain orthodox marks on the floor according to his rank as a titled man, native doctor, or juju priest.
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