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Mysterious places in Nigeria

The miracle Sream in Enugu:

In the month of November in 2013 a mystery stream surprisingly appeared out of nowhere in Nachi community in Udi local government area of Enugu state almost 42 years after it allegedly surfaced and Disappeared in the same place.

Local reports have it that the stream was first notice by a fulani herdsmen. There were also healing testimonies from sick people who either swam or drink from the Stream. How it was possible for that vast area of land to be filled with water about 5 feet deep in few minutes has remained unexplainable till date.

The JuJu of Arochukwu:

The Shrine of Ibini is located deep inside the forest in Abia State.

The difficult conditions set by the Keepers of the shrine have made it difficult for people to visit the site. The journey requires crossing a river and a point of no return. It also includes sacrifices to be performed.

In 1901 the British became scared of the Aro imperial domination and economic control of the then impenetrable Igbo interior and ordered a military expedition that lasted for two years.

The mandate of the soldiers was to destroy the shrine together with the Oracle of Ibini Ukpabi in Arabi Arochukwu which was believed to be the source of Aro Imprial influence. Evidence from an archaeological findings discovered that the temple complex was not destroyed. The Aro were believed to have use their supernatural diplomacy and extra-ordinary fact to secretly preserve the secret jungle where the temple was located and since then the oracle of Ibini Ukpabi and the Chamber presence of Chukwu have remained the best kept secret of the people of Arochukwu.

it is believed that the shrine has been lost in time as no one knows where or how to find the Shrine.

The Nik Culture:

The NOK people lived in the Southern part of Old kaduna state in central Nigeria.

They were extremely advanced with one of the most complex judicial system of the time and research have found they were the earliest producers of life-size terracotta in sub-sahara dating back to 500 BC.

Archaeologist are still marveled at the perfection and accuracy of their works which up till this time no one has been able to explain. Also research into the clay used in constructing this status showed it came from a single source still unknown to researchers to this present day.

But the most shocking mystery about the Nok was their disappearance from the record apart from their works there isn’t a single link between the present day people of Southern kaduna with Nok people of 200AD. They were wiped out of history not even a reason has been found for their mysterious disappearance.

Osun-oshobo River:

It is a river that flows Southwards through Central Yoruba land in South West Nigeria into the Lagoon and the Atlantic Gulf of Guinea.

It is one of the several rivers ascribe in local mythology to have been women who turned into flowing Waters after some traumatic event frightened or angered them.

Osun was reportedly one of the wives of Sango the Yoruba god of Thunder. she is noted for providing for the needs of the people.

The miracle Sream in Enugu:

In the month of November in 2013 a mystery stream surprisingly appeared out of nowhere in Nachi community in Udi local government area of Enugu state almost 42 years after it allegedly surfaced and Disappeared in the same place.

Local reports have it that the stream was first notice by a fulani herdsmen. There were also healing testimonies from sick people who either swam or drink from the Stream. How it was possible for that vast area of land to be filled with water about 5 feet deep in few minutes has remained unexplainable till date.

The JuJu of Arochukwu:

The Shrine of Ibini is located deep inside the forest in Abia State.

The difficult conditions set by the Keepers of the shrine have made it difficult for people to visit the site. The journey requires crossing a river and a point of no return. It also includes sacrifices to be performed.

In 1901 the British became scared of the Aro imperial domination and economic control of the then impenetrable Igbo interior and ordered a military expedition that lasted for two years.

The mandate of the soldiers was to destroy the shrine together with the Oracle of Ibini Ukpabi in Arabi Arochukwu which was believed to be the source of Aro Imprial influence. Evidence from an archaeological findings discovered that the temple complex was not destroyed. The Aro were believed to have use their supernatural diplomacy and extra-ordinary fact to secretly preserve the secret jungle where the temple was located and since then the oracle of Ibini Ukpabi and the Chamber presence of Chukwu have remained the best kept secret of the people of Arochukwu.

it is believed that the shrine has been lost in time as no one knows where or how to find the Shrine.

The Nik Culture:

The NOK people lived in the Southern part of Old kaduna state in central Nigeria.

They were extremely advanced with one of the most complex judicial system of the time and research have found they were the earliest producers of life-size terracotta in sub-sahara dating back to 500 BC.

Archaeologist are still marveled at the perfection and accuracy of their works which up till this time no one has been able to explain. Also research into the clay used in constructing this status showed it came from a single source still unknown to researchers to this present day.

But the most shocking mystery about the Nok was their disappearance from the record apart from their works there isn’t a single link between the present day people of Southern kaduna with Nok people of 200AD. They were wiped out of history not even a reason has been found for their mysterious disappearance.

Osun-oshobo River:

It is a river that flows Southwards through Central Yoruba land in South West Nigeria into the Lagoon and the Atlantic Gulf of Guinea.

It is one of the several rivers ascribe in local mythology to have been women who turned into flowing Waters after some traumatic event frightened or angered them.

Osun was reportedly one of the wives of Sango the Yoruba god of Thunder. she is noted for providing for the needs of the people.

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3 Comments

  1. Reply

    Nice

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    This is impressive

  3. Reply

    nice

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