MY VISIT TO MMIRI NWAOSU IN IMO STATE, NIGERIA.

Abstract: You’d never know how it feels like to do something until you do it. Follow me on my trip to mmiri nwaosu, enjoy!

The past few weeks have been very relaxing here in Imo State, Nigeria. I decided to go with my family to my hometown, the last I visited was about 17years ago so it was a something to look forward to.

I’ve visited and welcomed relatives and friends, visited stores, gone on road trips and finally taken(and still do) beautiful pictures. I’ll be leaving soon so I decided to share a little of my experience in this post.

Papa💜

Today, I went with my brothers to see “mmiri nwaosu” in osu achara, ezike, isiala-mbano LGA Imo state, Nigeria. The journey was so hectic geez because I trekked! The road was sloppy and extremely scary but we meeuve! The river/stream(whichever works) is very underdeveloped and that’s just because it isn’t popular.

My brothers❣

You’d have to go deep in the bushes, and down what looks like a hill. An amazing thing, however, is that I got to see the village path(one foot) even though it seemed scary because of the bushes, I couldn’t help but make videos.

In fact, I doubt if anyone outside the village knows the place because I couldn’t even find any images on Google.

I had to sit-walk, I could have fallen down😂💔

In my opinion, that’d be a great tourist attraction. Although, lots of effort will be needed; clearing, organization, security, road fix(tarring), and so much more.

A summary☠😂

I had an amazing experience, write you soon!

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