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In his essay ‘The Africa Writer and the English Language’ Achebe (1975:62) explains that the English language will be able to carry the weight of my African experience. But it will have to be a new English, still in full communion with its ancestral home but altered to suit its new African surroundings. The Portrayal of Igbo Culture in Zulu 25 This discussion also regards English as a vehicle used to convey certain elements of Igbo culture, and in this case administrative and religious terms. Thus the question of dealing with English per se as a medium is irrelevant for the purposes of this article.