Precisely on the 11th day of November, 2013, the news of the said “Miracle Water” at Nachi, began to spread as wild fire.
In a matter of days, the River was baptized “Enugu Jordan River” by miracle seekers who were carried away by reported testimonies of people who got one healing or the other after taking a bath in the River.
For each passing day, the number of visitors to the River increased geometrically. Nigerians from all parts of the country, especially Christians and traditionalists, troop into the River in their numbers either as tourists or in search of divine solution to their problems.
In an earlier report published by the DailyPost, a Fulani herdsman reportedly announced the appearance of the Miracle River to the entire world.
A villager who was then interviewed by our correspondent said, “we heard that the herdsman 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”.
This was the report that has changed the history of Nachi community, as desperate Nigerians storm the community in their numbers each day.
Where Are Those Healed?
However, one month after, DailyPost investigations show that the claims of the miraculous powers of the River still remains unverifiable.