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This paper argues that a people's ontology determine their world-view which in turn is manifested in their outlook and attitudes towards life and existence. This view point is contrary to the popular view enunciated by scholars such as Redfield, Kraft, Gyekye, Egbunu and Mbaegbu who hold world view as synonymous with ontology and in some instances as if a people's world-view determines their ontology. It is against this backdrop that this paper examines the Igala ontology which is about thedoi:10.4314/afrrev.v9i1.10 fatcat:7qiwhkebxnbnza6rwrwhabajxi