I'm one of the advocates of Ndigbo returning to our culture which is our identity, however, we should understand the concepts of culture and the fact that culture is made for us not the other way round. My point being that we should review every single aspects of our culture, the reason why it existed, it's merits and demerits in our society today. If all these are done with due diligence, we are half way to going back to the 'track' we are supposed to be. That said, idolatry was a very big part of old Igbo culture. The religion is called Odinani which points at the worship of various deities each represented by idols or shrines as the case may be. Idolatry could be dangerous, yes I said so and will defend it anywhere I'm quoted or referenced. Most wickedness in our old culture was mostly contributed by Idolatry - Killing of twins was to 'appease' gods, the ever notorious osu caste system was as a result of idolatry, sick people with swollen stomach or legs where thrown into the evil forest because 'gods have rejected them' etc. Idolatry caused menace in our society but that was long ago, let us reject the imposition of idolatry on us. We can return to our culture without accepting the 'old' religion and as I said above, we are not made for the culture, the culture is made for us! Returning to our culture does not necessary entail making the mistakes of our ancestors, we have seen the truth which means we are no longer ignorant people. Thanks to the Christian missionaries, we owe them our eternal gratitude. So Yes, we can return our culture without embracing idolatry. Happy Sunday!