Adada River, the River that disappeared after the war and resurfaced in 2019, after 4 decades.
Adada River, a landmark located in Ibagwa aka, Igboeze South LGA in Enugu state have been preserved by God for it’s cultural heritage value.

History has it that water from the river was used to build the prestigious University of Nigeria Nsukka in 1960. It is also believed that the river disappeared few years after the war.

In 2019, after disappearing for over 4 decades, the river resurfaced to the amazement of the entire community.

People from far and near have been visiting the location to behold the wondrous river.
History do have it that the river dried up just a few years after the war, Adada River has a rich cultural history of which can be harnessed for educational purposes by all and sundry.

Most people that grew within its environment has the mindset that there is no River in Nsukka geopolitical zone aside a few at Agu Opi. #IgboAmaka


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