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Amarachi Attamah


Amarachi Attamah is an award-winning Chant Performance Artist, Performance Poet, Broadcaster, Festival Manager, Creative Entrepreneur and a strong passionate voice in the sustainability of the Igbo language. She has a Master’s in Mass Communication from the University of Nigeria and trained as a festival manager with the British Council.

She is also the founder of the ỌJA Cultural Development Initiative, organisers of the annual ỌJA Cultural Festival. Amarachi is the Executive Director of Nwadioramma Concept and the Enugu State Vice Chairperson of Association of Nigerian Authors and has spoken about IGBO culture and language advocacy on platforms including TEDx, British Council Creative Hustle and at many schools. 

She has also performed in numerous virtual events through the Pandemic including Igbo Conference organised in the UK, Abuja Literary Festival, Nigeria, Global Poetry Festival organised by Shared_Studio and Divercities poetry connect by Planet Word Museum, both of US based organisations. She has received numerous awards and honorary mentions for her very unique art.

Amarachi is a passionate advocate for indigenous languages who has received many awards for her promotion of the Igbo language.

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