All roads now lead to Nachi as thousands of people
continue to troop to the community just as they struggle to dip themselves into the stream on getting to the site. Countless testimonies have also continued to trail the mystery water which has already been named Orimiri Jordan (River Jordan) by the natives. The story of this mystery started on the November 11 when community sources reported that a Fulani herdsman ran to the community and announced how water covered the place just few minutes after he passed. He told us that he passed that place with his herd of cattle and soon after, heard a strange noise. When he turned back, he discovered that a big stream has appeared at the same place he just passed with his cattle. At that point, he ran to Garki and informed his relatives, who also came there and discovered that the water had healing power. From that point, the news spread to the community.” But the mystery is not entirely new to the community. While some elements of doubts and controversies continue to exist on the efficacy of the river to heal sicknesses even among the Indigenes of Nachi community, the mysterious nature of the river has not been in doubt.
The traditional ruler of Nachi community, His Royal Highness, Igwe F.O Onuigbo, Obi II of Nachi, told Daily Sun