No, it’s a boy. Igbo hairstyles for young men were quite elaborate before Westernisation and the boy is/was just plain pretty.
Well the most powerful oracles over different cultural regions in Igboland are as follows, but the supreme deity is Chineke who is split into Chi the creator (male) and eke the divider (female).
Ala [ah-lah] - earth goddess, deity of justice, ‘head of the gods’
Amadioha / Kamalu [AH-MAH-DI-aw-ha] - deity of thunder, justice, and light skinned men
Ikenga [EE-KEH-N-gah] - cult of the right hand and success
Agwu nshi [AG-GWOO n-shi] - divination deity, mediator between dibia (priests) and other deities (you can have an ‘Agwu nshi Ikenga’ for example)
Ekwensu [AY-KWEH-N-SU] - evil spirit, god of war, dark manifestation of everything including the deities (so you can have an ‘Ekwensu Ala’), appropriated by christians as Lucifer
Njoku Ji / Ifeji oku [n-JAW-KOO-JEE] - yam god, god of fire
Anya anwu [AHN-YAH AH-WOO] - sun deity
Agbara [AHG-bah-rah] - holy spirit
Igwe [EE-GWAY] - sky and rain deity
Owu mmiri [oh-WOO M-MEE-REE] - water spirit, mermaid / siren, fertility deity