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Community Guidelines

Ndi-Igbo worldwide community guidelines 



Our community guidelines are for all types of content and all users of Ndi-Igbo Worldwide around the world.

It states unallowed content and, in other cases, content requiring more information to work on and content that can only be posted or viewed by adults between the ages of 18 and above.

Our platform supports the daily sharing of experiences among family and friends and the promotion of community growth. 

It gives a forum for Igbos to express themselves unrestrictedly.

We consider how crucial it is that individuals be able to share their compelling stories in our community, and we take responsibility for ensuring a peaceful, abuse-free atmosphere as we outline the dos and don'ts on Ndi-Igbo Worldwide.


Our stance on speaking out

Our goal for community guidelines is simply to give Ndi-Igbo a voice and a platform to speak freely. We want them to open up freely about pressing issues, even if some may have objections or disagree. We might also publish content that violates our guidelines if it's newsworthy, so long as public appeals outweigh detrimental hazards. We do this only when the scales balance general requests and harmful risks.


Expression is vital, and we give an unwavering commitment, despite the abuses that constantly come from the Internet. As a result, we may limit expression for practical reasons, such as:


We see to it that the contents seen on Ndi-Igbo Worldwide are authentic. with hopes that this will create a better environment for sharing so that people don't get caught up in misrepresenting themselves or what they do while using Ndi-Igboworldwide.



We pledge to ensure the safety of Ndi-Igbo worldwide. Consequently, content that threatens users is considered private. We assure the privacy and security of your information. Privacy enables users to be themselves and determine when and how much information to reveal on the site.


We understand that all individuals ought to be treated with decency and dignity. We expect people to treat others with respect and to not disturb or demean them.

Violence and incitement

We try to protect against any offline harm that could be caused by Ndi-Igbo Worldwide content anywhere in the world. People frequently express disapproval by threatening others or subtly instigating violence. Languages that incite such violence are removed. We suspend accounts and remove content. 

Do not post:

Statements that could result in death (or other severe kinds of violence) or acknowledgement of earlier violent acts committed against people or places when the threat is any of the following:

  • Declarations of intent to engage in highly violent behaviour. This includes content that uses a sign to denote the intended victim or shows an instrument of violence.

  • Calls for extreme violence, including contents in which the target is not named but represented by a symbol and contains images of weapons or other signs of violence.

  • Statements admitting to perpetrating acts of severe violence unless made in the context of repentance, self-defence, or when carried out by members of the military, law enforcement, or state security.

  • Content that requests, acknowledges, or offers to kill others for pay (such as hiring assassins through the employment of killers, mercenaries, or assassins) or promotes using an assassin as a hitman, mercenary, or assassin against a target.

Guidelines on how to make or use weapons should be provided showing:

  • Language outlining the objective, or

  • Media that depict or replicate possible outcomes (severe injury or death) as part of the lesson.

  • Unless the content, as mentioned earlier, is distributed as a kind of leisurely self-defence, for military training, in connection with commercial video games, or as news (posted by a Page or with a news logo).


Giving lessons on how to create or use explosives is prohibited unless it is clear that the contentl is for a non-violent intent (for instance, as part of a commercial video game, with a clear scientific or educational purpose, fireworks or fishing specifically).

Any content that contains declarations of purpose, demands for action, conditional or aspirational declarations, or support for violence as a result of voting, voter registration, or the administration or outcome of an election

Bringing firearms to places of worship, educational facilities, polling stations, or areas used to administer elections is a declaration of intent, advocacy, demands for action, aspirational statements, or statements with conditions (or encouraging others to do the same).

threatening people and groups

We prohibit people or organizations with known involvement in violent missions from having a place on Ndi-Igbo Worldwide. This is to enable us to regulate and prevent actual harm. We assess these groups based on their online and offline actions—most significantly, their associations with violence. Additionally, we forbid content that applauds, essentially supports, or depicts violent events, such as terrorist attacks, hate crimes, and multi-victim violence, which Ndi-Igbo Worldwide considers violent events. We acknowledge that users may share information about dangerous organizations and people to expose, criticize, or reasonably discuss them. We draft our policies to allow for these kinds of discussions. However, we require that users clearly state their objectives because they risk being ignored if they are not clear.


Facilitating criminal activity and harm coordination

To curb and control offline misconduct, we disallow people from inciting or participating in criminal activities directed towards other people and their properties. People can discuss and support the legality of criminal acts and also bring to light any illegal activities witnessed by them, given that they would not endorse or encourage such activities.


Avoid posting the following content types:

Violence against humanity

Content that exposes the identity of someone suspected of having one or more of the following:

  1. Involvement or is in an intimate relationship with a terrorist group and/or 

  2. Has performed a task on behalf of a terrorist group.

  3. Content that reveals the state of law enforcement personnel if:

  4. The content has the agent's personal details and exposes their hidden status.

  5. Pictures make known the faces of law enforcement officers and reveal their confidential status.

  6. Portraying, arguing for, and enticing people to take part in a difficult viral challenge.

Voter and/or census fraud

  • A bid to trade votes for cash or kind.

  • Declarations that support render guidelines or show specific purposes to engage in voting or census process against the law.

For the following community guidelines, we require additional information and/or context to enforce:

Do not post:

  •  Content that exposes LGBTQI+ people to adverse outcomes resulting from revealing their sexual identity without their approval.

  • Content that shows uncensored images of women without their approval, thus, putting them at risk.

  • Content that exposes the identity of those who have not been convicted and their position as a sexual predator target puts them at risk.

  • Information that reveals the identity of a witness or someone whose involvement in a legal action is barred from public exposure.

images that could mislead the public about their source if:

  1. Such imagery could have adverse effects on members of the public.

  2. Requests for organised intervention that would have an impact on a person's ability to take part in an official census or election.

  3. Anything implying that taking part in a census or voting could or would have law enforcement repercussions (for example, arrest, deportation or imprisonment).

  4. Using military rhetoric (e.g., "war," "peacekeeping") in declarations of intent or advocacy to visit an election site, with the intention of doing so in order to monitor the behaviour of voters or election officials, or the use of stern expressions to show power.

  5. Content which exposes the identity of a prisoner of war in the context of an armed conflict by revealing their personal details.


Restricted goods and services

To ensure our users' safety and comply with the law, it is prohibited to source, sell, or purchase certain things, including non-medical substances, pharmaceutical drugs, marijuana, firearms, and ammunition.

Do not post:

Non-medical drugs

Content that:

Attempts to sell non-medical medications

Accepting to trade or coordinate the sale of non-medical drugs

promoting its use or supplying information on how to use it.

Admits to personal use but makes no mention of therapy or recovery after use, as well as  promote or give guidance on the usage of non-medical drugs.


content that attempts to purchase sell, trade, donate, or request marijuana.

Human blood

Content that:

Try to sell or buy human blood

Requests human blood other than as a donation


Content that:

Attempts to trade alcohol or tobacco unless posted by authorised bodies or content referencing alcohol being shared or consumed in a location.

Don't attempt to donate or gift alcohol or tobacco unless you are authorised to do so.

Weight reduction products

Weight loss-related content that contains a miraculous claim and attempts to buy, sell, trade, donate, or gift weight loss products.

historical artefacts

Content that attempts to trade, donate, or request historical artefacts is prohibited.

Unless any of the preceding occurs in a fictional or nonfictional context

Dangerous products and contents

Content that solicits or attempts to buy, sell, trade, donate, or gift hazardous goods or content.

Unless any of the preceding occurs in a fictional or nonfictional context


Sharpened weapons

content that attempts to purchase, sell, donate, or trade bladed weapons.

Potentially hazardous weight loss products and cosmetic procedures


Content which

Attempts to purchase, sell, trade, donate, or give away potentially dangerous weight loss products or cosmetic procedures that:


admits or depicts the use of a weight loss product or potentially dangerous cosmetic procedures unless the admission is made in a context of disapproval.


Fraud and deception

To avoid criminal acts capable of inflicting harm on people, we disregard any content that aims to defraud people. including content that anchors such activities using our service.

People are free to inform others and report malicious content unless the content contains classified information.

Do not post

Any contentl that gives instructions on or incites any of the following activities:

Using deceptive means for personal gains that adversely affect a third party through:

. Investment scams

. Loan scams

. Advance fee scams 

. Gambling scams

. Ponzi schemes

. Money doubling

. Identity theft

. Charity scams

. Impersonation

. False business entities

. Product scams

. Grant scams

. Tangible scams

. Insurance scams

. Get-rich-quick schemes

. Credit card fraud

. Non-existent jobs

collaborating with others to reap monetary gains illegally, thus victimising a third party, such as an organisation, through:

False financial documents by:

Making or trading in:

. Adulterated documents

. Counterfeits

. Falsified educational certificates

. Money laundering

. Stolen properties by:

. Credit card fraud

. Exchange of:

. Personally known information

. Misinformed user reviews

. Documentary evidence for subscription services

. Coupons

.Trade of:

. Future examination

. Bet manipulations

.Tampering with devices like water metres or electric metres just to boycott legitimate use 


Suicide and self-hurt

We care about our users, so we don't let people promote suicide or self-harm content that could be upsetting or directly call out the victim. Instead, we encourage forums to help people who have tried to kill themselves or hurt themselves get better.

Do not post:

Content that:

  • Encourages or offers guidelines for suicide, self-injury and eating disorders.

  • shows disturbing images of self-harm

  • Contains Drastic reduction tips given in conjunction with an eating disorder

  • Taunts victims or survivors of suicide, self-injury, or eating disorders who are publicly known or supposed to have undergone them.

  • Shows part of the body that depicts an eating disorder.


Sexual exploitation, abuse, and nudity of children 

The display of sexual exploitation or abuse of children is prohibited. Although people share photos of their children's nudity with good intentions, other users may misrepresent these images, so we remove them.

Do not post:

  • Content about the sexual exploitation of children

  • Content depicting, encouraging, supporting, assisting, admitting participation in, or sharing links to the sexual exploitation of children.

  • Contents that show the organisation of sexual encounters for minors.

  • Content that attempts to exploit minors by threatening to share private conversations or images.


Adult sexual exploitation

We strive to make Ndi-Igbo worldwide a safe space for users to share their thoughts and ideas. We also give victims room to share their experiences, but we do not let them post content that promotes sexual violence, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, or nonconsensual acts. 

Do not post:

Content containing any form of nonconsensual sexual contact, consensual sexual touching, necrophilia, or forced stripping, including:

  • Sharing, asking or offering to share imagery 

  • Accepting to participate or stating intent

  • Encouraging or motivating 

  • Mocking victims 

  • Shared content from third parties identifying victims or survivors of sexual assault. 

  • Contents that display children's genital in any way, whether covered or not.

  • Digital images of nude juveniles, toddlers, or infants, unless the idea is for educational or health-related objectives.

Content that tries to exploit people by:

  • Forcefully collecting money or favour from people with the threat of exposing their private information or photos. 

  • Sharing, threatening, declaring intent to expose, soliciting, or requesting personal images without consent.

Bullying and harassment

Threatening people is a form of bullying and harassment. This type of behaviour, in  all its forms, is not acceptable on the Ndi-Igbo Worldwide platform. This is to promote the dignity of our users. 


Do not post:

Content that:

Target people maliciously by:

  • Using disparaging words that connote sexual activity (e.g. Thot, pimp).

  • Uploading any such contentls of tragic events claiming that it did not occur.

  • Uploading visual imagery of people involved in a tragic event.

  • Expressing intent to divulge an individual's personal information.

  •  Distributing digitally edited graphic images.

  • Declaring to partake in bullying and harassment.

  • Creating platforms with the purpose of attacking individual(s) by:

  • Threatening to kill or staging a medical complication.

  • Pursuing that an individual has a sexually transmitted infection.


Human exploitation

In an attempt to mitigate danger to people, we disregard any such content that engages actively in exploitation, such as seen in human trafficking, where people are bought or kidnapped to serve selfish purposes like sexual slavery, forced labour, or child soldiery against their consent while benefiting others contentlly and otherwise.

Do not post:

Any content that can lead to the exploitation of people, such as:

  • Sex trafficking across all age brackets.

  • Illegal trading of children

  • trafficking orphans and enforcing voluntary tourism.

  • Forced matrimony.

  • Forced labour.

  • Irreplaceable organ trafficking.

  • Coerced illegal vices (e.g., forced drug trafficking).

  • Enrollment of prospective victims using any non-consensual means.

  • making the whole process of trafficking in persons easy.

  • Giving support to human trafficking.


Privacy violations

It is one of our commitments at Ndi-Igbo worldwide to ensure the personal security of our users. And we stand against users sharing their privacy or that of others.

We disregard any such content that shares personal information capable of causing harm, either physical or in terms of money. If private information becomes publicly disclosed due to any legal influence, we may allow such information to be posted.

People are encouraged to complain about such content infringing on their privacy rights.

Do not post:

Content that gives access to personal information on Ndi-Igbo worldwide:

Content that shares or solicits any of the following private information, either on Ndi-Igbo worldwide or through external links:

Personally identifiable information about yourself or others

. Identifying individuals using government-issued numbers.

. Passport numbers.

. TIN.

. Government IDs of military personnel.

. Using an individual's registration information as identification means.

. Official civil registry records (birth, death, marriage, etc.)

area of discipline and immigration documents (e.g., immigration papers, work permits).

. Driving licence. Licence plates can be allowed to aid in finding missing persons.

. Digital identity.Using passwords, pins, or codes to get information.

Other private information

. Financial information:

. Contact information of others unless used for charitable or business purposes.

  • Financial information about yourself or others, such as:

. Concealed financial documents.

. Account numbers with security codes.

. Online payment information.

. Credit or debit card information.

. Financial information concerning organisations, except they are shared originally by the organisation, such as:

. Financial statements.

. Bank account numbers.

. Online payment details 

. Residential information

. Pictorial representations of private residences if all the following apply:

. Single-family home or an image of the home address number.

If the resident does not warrant exposure of their privacy,

. Medical information

. Official records of any medical history of others.

. Stolen information, except in a few cases of newsworthiness.

. information about such people who have an impediment of some kind.

Objectionable content

Hate speech

On Ndi-Igbo worldwide, we do not tolerate hate speech directed at others. This would impinge on people's freedom of expression and encourage offline violence.

Do not post:

Level 1

Content that promotes a disguised form of discrimination:

  • Belittling words or imagery.

  • Mockery on victims of hate crimes.

Level 2

content that targets a person or group in particular due to their protected characteristic(s) by using:

general concepts that portray inferiority in the following ways:

  • Physical inadequacies defined as those concerning:

  • Hygiene, not limited to filthiness, etc.

  • Physical looks not limited to unattractiveness, etc.

Mental inadequacies defined as those relating to:

  • Cognitive ability, not limited to foolishness, etc.

  • Education, not limited to illiteracy, etc.

  • Mental well-being, not limited to insanity, etc.

  • Moral inadequacies defined as those concerning:

  • Undesirable behavioural patterns, not limited to arrogance, etc.

  • Disparaging terms related to promiscuity, not limited to whore, slut, etc.

 Other inferiority-related claims, which we define as:

  • Expressions that show inferiority complex, not limited to worthlessness, etc.

  • Expressions that show superiority over other protected characters, for instance, "Males are superior to females in my opinion".

  • Expressions about being abnormal or weird, not limited to freaks, etc.

         Expressions of hate, such as:

  • Expressing that a protected characteristic should not exist.

  •  Words of rejection, not limited to "I don't like", etc.   

        Expressions of distaste defined as:

  • Words hinting that a target spreads diseases, not limited to nausea, etc.

  • Terms showing repugnance, not limited to "gross!".

Cursing, unless in a particular gender-based context, defined as:

  • Alluding the target as a sex organ, not limited to "dickhead”, etc.

  • Use of vulgar terms to slur, not limited to "fuck”, "pussy”, etc.

  • Use of offensive words to ask for commitment to sexual activity, not limited to "sit on my face" and "fuck you".

Level 3

content that targets a person(s) based on protected characteristics, such as:

  • Making or supporting statements that encourage separation.

Exclusion, seen in declaring intent or giving support, defined as:

  • Eviction of specific people or groups.

  • Shutting out political participation.

  • Deprivation of basic social amenities.

  • Reduced participation in the labour market.

  • Restricting accessibility to social media, except in cases of gender-based exclusion.

Using disparaging terms known as slurs, which are defined as harsh phrases that are intended to denigrate others.

Graphic and violent content

We don't allow content that praises or encourages violence or dehumanizes people, but we do allow a small number of graphic representations for educational and awareness purposes. We understand the sensitivity level of our users, and in that regard;

Do not post:

Imagery of people

Video of people or corps in a non-medical setting if it shows;

  • Burning people, except in the case of cremation 

  • Decomposing bodies

  • Decapitation 

  • victims of anthropophagy

  • Streaming video of someone being executed 

offensive language    

Deranged comments made in response to images of one or more people being the target of assault or being subjected to humiliating behaviour by one or more law enforcement officers.


Adult nudity and sexual activity

We prohibit the upload of nudity since we recognize that some of our users may be sensitive. Sexually explicit digital content is illegal unless it is posted for educational, humorous, or satirical purposes.

We recognize that nudity is shared for various reasons, including protests, educational, and medical purposes. In situations where the objective is apparent, we may permit content such as a woman breastfeeding or mastectomy scars.

Do not post:

Visuals of naked adults if they depict

  • Visible genitals except in a medical context

  • Exposed female nipple except in a medical or educational context.

  • Exposed or close-up shot of buttocks or anus except if photoshopped on a public figure.

  • A by-product of sexual activity.

  • erection

  • Long sexually explicit audio clips

Sexual imagery, including:

  • Provocative sexual activity, including genitals or anus in contact with the mouth, stimulation of the genitals, and using sex toys.

  • Digitalized sexual images except in an educational or medical context.

  •    demonstration of a sexually aroused condition (e.g. wetty or erected genitals) 

  • The act of sexual encounter (e.g., sexual penetration, self-pleasuring or exercising fascinating scenarios).

Do not post:

Visuals of naked adults if they depict

  • Visible genitals except in a medical context

  • Exposed female nipple except in a medical or educational context.

  • Exposed or close-up shot of buttocks or anus except if photoshopped on a public figure.

  • A by-product of sexual activity.

  • erection

  • Long sexually explicit audio clips

Sexual imagery, including:

  • Provocative sexual activity, including genitals or anus in contact with the mouth, stimulation of the genitals, using sex toys

  • Digitalized sexual images except in an educational or medical context.

  • Commonly used sexual emojis or emoji strings.

  • Mentions or representations of sexual activity (including hand-drawn, digital, or realistic art), such as sex roles, sex positions, fetish scenarios, arousal moods, sexual acts (such as sexual conduct or self-pleasuring), or poses.


Sexual commercialization  

We recognize the significance of discussing the case of sexual violence and exploitation and therefore permit conversations on the rights and regulations of sex workers. However, we do not permit content that promotes or coordinates adult commercial sexual services.

Do not post:

Content that 

  • Offers, seek or request adult commercial services 

  • Promotes or organises adult sexual activity

  • Asks 

  •  recorded sexual activity.

  • Activities involving pornography, strip club performances, live sex behaviour, and sexual performances.

  • Erotic, sexual, or tantric massaging.

Sexual requests that include, but are not limited to, the following offers or requests:

  • Providing or requesting sexual partners including partners who have similar sexual or weird obsession).

  •   Sex chat or conversations.

  • images, videos, or other content that is sexually explicit.

  •  Sexually explicit slang.

  • ask for or make a request for pornographic media, such as sharing links to other erotic web pages.


 Account integrity and authentic identity

Authenticity is valuable to Ndi-Igbo worldwide. We understand how it can help provide a safe space for self-expression using varied means and also checkmate defaulters. We recommend Users use their real names to avoid being impersonated, misrepresented, or having their identities stolen.

Even after a few warnings, we shut down accounts that put the safety of other accounts and our community at risk. People are required to carefully learn our community's rules and guidelines to avoid any harsh penalties.

Accounts or other entities (such as pages, etc.) are shut down if they:

  • Seriously disobey our community rules.

  • Continually violate our community rules.

  • Connect with other entities to disregard our community rules.

  • Stand for dangerous individuals or organisations.

  • Intentionally create an account to disobey our community rules.

  • Create an account to dodge restraints on a previously blocked account.

  • Are below the legal age.

  • Are a legally proven sex offender.

  • Are not allowed usage of our services under suitable laws.


Assume the identity of others by:

  • Using their images with the sole purpose of deception.

  • Creating an account pretending to be someone else.

  • Unauthorised creation of a page to speak in someone else’s stead.

In specific cases like those listed below, we require more details about an account before taking appropriate action.

  • Accounts with a false identity.

  • Use of fake names.

  • Use of insulting, naturally violating words.

  • Use of fake birth information.

  • Creating one account that many people manage.

  • Single user having several accounts.

  • Compromised accounts.

  • Dormant and inactive accounts.



We strive to curb the proliferation of spam messages, as such content only misleads users to grow their audience. This can disturb a peaceful user experience concerning platform usability and online presence. 

Do not:

  • Post or share undesirable and unsolicited content.

  • Sell, purchase, or trade site rights or product features, such as accounts, admin roles, posting permission, pages, groups, likes, etc.

  • Imply that users engage with content( e.g. reposting, etc.) before accessing the content.

  • Promote likes, shares, etc., under spurious claims such as:

  • Giving inexistent services (e.g. “Get a ‘Dislike Button!”).

  • Not getting access to promised content (e.g. “Click here for a discount code”).

The deceptive or misleading use of URLs defined as

  • Masking: Displaying different content to users, crawlers or tools. On Ndi-Igbo worldwide.

  • Misguiding content: Any content with a link for a specific result that displays an entirely different result when opened.

  • Deceitful Redirections: Internet sites that request an action (e.g. “view captcha”, etc.) to view a particular web page, and when the action is complete, the hostname of the URL changes.

  • Comment/share-gating: Web pages that request users to share or comment on content before accessing it.

  • Deceitful web page functionality: Internet sites with beguiling UI that brings about unexpected traffic (e.g. “pop-ups”, etc.).

  •  URL hijacking: The website claims to be a respected brand or service by using a name, domain, or content containing typos, misspellings, or other means to imitate well-known businesses using a landing page similar to another renowned site to deceive visitors.



The security of our users' content and other activities they perform on our platform is of great concern to us. Therefore, we frown at  any effort made to gain access to their  privacy using any means that pose a threat to the safe space we provide. 

Do not:

Make an effort to meddle with our users' privacy or abuse our services using any misleading methods, including: 

  • Having access to users' data other than your own without having explicit approval from the owner.

  • Tricking other users into receiving files that can breach their security systems' integrity and cause software malfunction.

  • Attempt to gain other users' sensitive information using deceptive means like spoofing or malicious software.

  • Making and distributing harmful software that puts our users and service at risk.


False behaviour

We make this policy in accordance with our word for authenticity to ensure the security of our users' accounts and services and also avoid misrepresentation on our platform. This is how we provide a safe atmosphere for a better user experience.

Do not:

  • Use or share various Ndi-Igbo worldwide accounts with many people.

  • Use Ndi-Igbo worldwide to annoy others.

  • Hide the purpose of a page by misinforming others about the legal control of that page.

Engage in spurious behaviour, such as using Ndi-Igbo worldwide accounts to misguide others or Ndi-Igbo worldwide:

  • About the origin of the entity, they stand for.

  • About the intention of the community.

  • About the source of content.

  • To escape authority under our community guidelines 



Misinformation varies from other speech types in our community guidelines since there isn’t a thorough compilation of what is disallowed.Because everyone sees the world differently, we can't enforce a rule that says false information is wrong because we don't have access to 100% accurate information. 

In this regard, our policies explain various classes of misinformation and render explicit counsel on how we react to such speech. In doing so, we try to equilibrate our privacy and authenticity in each class.

Misinformation is disregarded when it can potentially cause impending physical damage. Any content capable of disturbing normal political processes or any deceptive medium is discarded.

Misinformation that we remove:

We remove the following types of misinformation:

  1. Physical harm or violence

We disregard false information and unverified rumours. We recognize that erroneous information may appear harmless. Still, it could result in severe damage or even death in certain circumstances.

  1. Interference with the electoral or census process

In an attempt to enforce census integrity, we discard misinformation that can potentially affect people’s ability to partake in those processes. This includes:

  • Misinformation about dates, places, voting methods, or voter registration.

  • Misinformation about voting prerequisites and information needed to vote.

  • Misinformation on if a person is running in an election or not.

  • Misinformation on who and what is required to participate in a census.

  • Misinformation about government inclusion in the census, as in a case where a person’s census details are shared with a non-census body. 

  1. Manipulated media

Media can be altered in different ways. This includes mild changes like cropping the content. When a video file is edited, it can misinform people even though the manipulation is not obvious. Such content is prohibited as it can spread fast, and any attempted fix is not always guaranteed to avert the crisis.


Intellectual property

Our community values intellectual property rights because they encourage expression, creativity, and innovation. Your account and privacy settings control how your content is shared on Ndi-Igbo worldwide. Please verify your permissions before publishing content. Respect the copyrights, trademarks, and legal rights of others. We protect and promote the intellectual property rights of individuals and organizations. Copyright and trademark violations are forbidden by the Terms of Service of Ndi-Igbo worldwide. If a right holder or authorized representative claims a breach of their copyright or trademark, we will remove or restrict the content in question.

Content-related requests and decisions

Users' requests

We comply with the following:

  • A user who requests the removal of their account.

  •  Requests to remove a deceased user's account from immediate family members or executors who have been verified

  •  Requests from an authorized representative to delete an incapacitated user's account

  • additional safeguards for children

  • Requests to delete an underage account

  •  Government requests for the removal of images depicting child abuse, such as beating by an adult or strangulation or suffocation by an adult


policy acknowledgment

The following terms, as well as our community guidelines and Terms of Service, apply to all creators and administrators of pages, groups, and events on ndi-Igbo worldwide. You are responsible for ensuring that your page, group, or event complies with all applicable laws, statutes, and regulations.


General Group Guidelines

We prohibit business practices, including those intended to defraud people of their money or personal information. They also include promoting goods, services, schemes, or offers in a dishonest or misleading manner.



Groups are not permitted to impersonate or falsely represent a brand, entity, or public figure. The name or description of the group must make it clear that it is not an official representation of the brand, entity, or public figure for which it is being used to show support or interest.


Without our prior written consent, groups are not allowed to promote online gambling or gaming where anything of monetary value (including virtual currency) is required to play or anything of economic value is a component of the reward. Betting, lotteries, raffles, casinos, fantasy sports, bingo, poker, skill games, and tournaments are common gambling or gaming activities that may require approval.


Erroneously tagged content: Groups are prohibited from incorrectly tagging content or encouraging users to do so.


Incentivization: Groups must not incentivize people to abuse Ndi-Igbo worldwide features or functionality.

Groups are not allowed to advertise drug and alcohol rehab facilities that use tactics that are detrimental to patients, are deceptive, or otherwise break the law.

Groups-based promotions

  • Publicizing a Campaign: If you use Ndi-Igbo worldwide to disseminate information about an advertisement or manage the campaign, you are legally liable for all aspects of the promotion's administration, including but not limited to the promotion's official regulations, offer terms, eligibility and restrictions.

promotion disclaimer: A promoter of an advert on our platform must acknowledge that such an advert is not affiliated, endorsed, or approved by Ndi-Igbo worldwide and that all risks associated with such advert or promotion will be bored by the promoter 

Data Collection from Group Members

  •  Group data collection rights: If you receive content and information directly from the user's group, you must identify yourself as the source, not Ndi-Igbo worldwide and obtain user agreement before using the information you gather. You are in charge of getting all the necessary permissions to reuse users' content and information, regardless of how you receive it from them.

  • Without Ndi-Igbo Worldwide's express written consent, groups are not permitted to use automated methods (such as harvesting bots, robots, or web crawlers) to collect user content or information or to access Ndi-Igbo Worldwide in any other way.

  • Calls to Action Buttons : Group members cannot use a person's engagement with a group's call-to-action button for any other reason than to deliver the service linked to the call-to-action button. Group members are prohibited from using this information for any other purpose without obtaining the person's express consent.


Group-Specific Page Guidelines

  1. Group Names : Group names should not include obscenities, incorrect grammar, or punctuation.

  2. Content Visibility: Content posted to a group is public and accessible to all group members.

  3. Cover Photos and Profile Pictures: Your group's cover photo or profile picture must not include a verified checkmark and also must not include third-party products, brands, or sponsors.

  4. Online Pharmacies: The sale of prescription pharmaceuticals is only allowed with full authorization from Ndi-Igbo worldwide.

  5. Post Preview: When sharing a third-party link from your Group, you should not change any components of the post preview.

  6. Sharing Content: Content you post to your group may be reshared by other admins of the group to other groups.

Limited Originality of Content: Groups should not submit or exchange barely original content.