Chief Iheme of Isi-Akpu Nise near Awka was a chief apprentice of Maazi Izuogu Mgbokpo. According to some sources, he is a descendant of the second King of Arochukwu Oke Nnachi. He helped defeat the Ikpa Ora people and was one of the founding fathers of Arondizuogu. His people later migrated to the kingdom.
- http://frasouzu.com/Issues%20and%20Papers/Ambience.htm cf. Asouzu, Innocent I. (2004), The Method and Principles of Complementary in and beyond African Philosophy, Calabar University Press; Asouzu, Innocent I. (2005), The Method and Principles of Complementary Reflection in and beyond African Philosophy, Lit Publishers, Münster, 2005.
- Complementary Reflection, African Philosophy and General Issues in Philosophy at the Wayback Machine (archived April 29, 2006)
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