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Friday, February 14, 2020

The Strange Town Called Amalla In Enugu State Where Shocking Things Occur..

WHAT DID I JUST READ????
Can someone verify this?











85 comments:

  1. Jesu ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฏ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

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    1. His. Was born and raised in Enugu. Still living here... How come I've never heard this??? I don't believe biko

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  2. Stella it’s very true, I have been there before.

    This life is a mystery!

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    1. Pls if u don't mind,share ur experience

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    2. You've been there?? Wow!!!


      Abeg give us gist nah..... Bikozienu

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    3. Gist us more abt it

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    4. Pls gist us biko. That' how you people will be hoarding gists.

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    5. Please tell us more about that place.Am in Enugu will like to see my mum

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    6. Stella, warn all these your anons, how can you just type it is true and everyone is waiting for you to gist us and u just disappeared to the Amalla.

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    7. Awwwww @ 12:39, your comment made me ๐Ÿ˜ข

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    8. Anon 12.39 so sorry for your loss. I know you miss your mum,but I'm not sure she will be happy abt you endangering your life just to see her. If such places do exist, only those that are strong spiritually fit stand all those things. If you are a Christian and you want long life abeg you will see your mum in heaven and in your dreams.
      I also lost my father at the age of 6 and my mother never remarried. She will never be happy about us taking such risk.

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    9. Lost my mum at age 10. I miss her everyday and will always cherish the little memory I had with her. But I DONT WANTBTO SEE HER SPIRIT..spirit are spirit and not human. Who knows...might not be that perfect mum you once knew

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  3. I heard of this place as a child, I'm yet to confirm it.

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    1. Please try to comfirm it this weekend, so that we'll get the gist by Monday SPost. Joor

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    2. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š@ anonymous 15:18 you like gist

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    3. This anon is funny. Na so you like gist๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

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  4. This world is a mystery. Na wa.

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  5. I have heard of this place before.. My cousin has visited dere... Make I know too talk too much before decoders go decode say na me but stella it is realllll

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    1. Enter anon nau. What kind of hoarding is this one? Haba!

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    2. Aboki ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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    3. OMG! Never heard of this ooh...

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  6. Could it be true?

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  7. Like seriously?
    Mediums, spiritis stuff is scary
    Enugu BVs come and respond if it's true

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    1. Never been there

      Amalla is in Enugu-Ezike and Enugu-Ezike is one of the hubs of traditional religion in Nsukka zone

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    2. Amala is not in Enugu ezike,Amala is a different town within udenu LGA. I stay at obollo a for close to Amala

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    3. Get ur facts right, Amalla is not in Enugu ezike, amalla is udenu LGA while Enugu ezike is Igbo eze north

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    4. @Anon, @GTBaby of a fact, there's an Amalla in Enugu-Ezike maybe it's different from the place poster speaks of.

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  8. I grew up in Enugu but i'm hearing about this for this first time. Oh how I wish I could see my dad, my brother, my sister. I will definitely make inquiries. I will go!

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    1. consulting with mediums is a sin...dont go and get entangled with stuff that will cause problems for you in future oh

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    2. Leviticus 19 vs 31. It says Give no regard to mediums and familiar spirits, do no seek after them to be defiled by them. I am the Lord your God.

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    3. psalm 16 vs 4......

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  9. Well if it’s true I wanna see my grandma one last time. She’s the best thing to ever happen to me. I miss her so much ๐Ÿ˜ข

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  10. Familiar spirits, who don die don die pls.

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  11. Good to know that mysterious deaths can be unraveled in Amalla town

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  12. Isaiah 8:19 Someone may say to you, “Let’s ask the mediums and those who consult the spirits of the dead.
    With their whisperings and mutterings, they will tell us what to do.” But shouldn’t people ask God for guidance?
    Should the living seek guidance from the dead?

    God almighty had warned against these practices.

    Saul did it when he consulted the witch of Endor and...
    1 Samuel 28:13 The king said to her, "Don't be afraid. What do you see?" The woman said,
    "I see a ghostly figure coming up out of the earth."

    All the men that joined Saul to consult the witch of Endor died same day...
    1 Samuel 31:6 So Saul and his three sons and his armor-bearer and all his men died together that same day.

    Do you want to die same day with all your family?
    Ajuju ooo

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    1. 12:37 thank you!!! I was about to post these same scriptures.

      Why bother with the dead while you are among the living.
      David in his Psalms noted that the dead cannot praise God, only the living can!

      Eccelesiastes 9 vs 4-6
      (Paraphrased)
      There is hope for the living. As for the dead, they know nothing, their memory is forgotten . They will never have a share in anything that is done under the sun.

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  13. It is appointed unto once to die after that is judgement, please this is evil do not engage in it

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  14. Will be back when the comment section is LIT!

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  15. I'm from Enugu but have never heard this before, not even the Amalla.

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    1. Same here ooo! This is my first time of hearing such,I will definitely find out.

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  16. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎOMG.
    I'm shocked for words.
    This world is mysterious.

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  17. familiar spirits is real o. Person wey die don die. Marketing strategy for the seers there.

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  18. This is serious, I grew up in Enugu State n never heard of such

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  19. What? Adonbilivit!! ๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜ณ

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  20. What!
    Could this be a market strategy? I'm sure some people would like to go there.

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  21. There's a similar place in the SW part of Nigeria (cant remember the name of the place now) although it was exposed on "iriri aiye" by Kolawole Olawuyi in the 90s. Apparently, most dead people who happened to have died mysteriously "lived" there. According to the program host, he personally visited the town and affirmed that young people who "died prematurely" got married/ remarried, had children and lived normal lives there... And if I remember right, there were other people on the show that night who claimed they had also visited the Town.

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    1. That place is called Fiditi town close to Oyo.

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    2. Are f*cking kidding me? Fiditi ke? I’ve been through that village, at least, 20 times in the past on my journeys to and fro Ilorin and Jebba.

      Damn, never knew that village was so legendary.

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    3. @ Fine Sisi, I can't remember the name of the town anymore, it's been over 2 decades already but I do remember listening to the radio show that night and the hairs on my neck stood up like I'd actually come face to face with a ghost

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    4. Nawao... This can never be truth

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  22. N.Dr. Agwoturumbe14 February 2020 at 13:42

    Why do people seek answers from spirits? This is the height of foolishness. If these spirits were powerful, why do they not come alive again or at least give someone lottery numbers ? But hey, I have to eat. So come along fools. Let’s get some demons busy

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    1. N.Dr. Agwoturumbe, I remember you sir in that story that killed Emenike ๐Ÿ˜. How’s Wodu Wakiri these days? But wait o, are you not speaking from the land of the ...๐Ÿค

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  23. I saw this few days ago and from people's comments once you go there you can not be sane again. There rituals that have to be followed before and after going there if not one will just be seeing ghosts up and down like that Whoopi Goldberg movie of 90's.

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    1. Huh?
      I am from enugu but this is my first time of hearing of that place. i am never going there o, scary af!

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    2. But we see it in horror movies all the time,anyone who invokes the spirit of the dead never remain the same

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  24. The one place in east africa but it is different you go there and they call the spirit of alive or dead person to come and talk espcially if someone is disturbing you or bewitching you he or she will talk what they did and what there plans are towards you i experienced it. Very scary

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    1. Hope you've gone for deliverance.

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  25. Those that have been there, did you see your eead relatives? Or is it to shout it's TRUE, I've been there..bring facts or proof what did u see, etc.

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  26. They are called earthbound.Instead of their spirit to go straight to heaven or spiritual world.Some of them died mysteriously that they cant accept the fact that they are dead yet.So that is why they behave like human and still live in human world

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  27. This is what the Bibles says about the condition of the dead....

    Study Bible Ecclesiastes 9:5
    For the living know that they will die, but the dead know nothing at all, nor do they have any more reward, because all memory of them is forgotten.

    King James Version Ecclesiastes 9:5
    For the living know that they shall die: but the dead know not any thing, neither have they any more a reward; for the memory of them is forgotten.

    American Standard Version Ecclesiastes 9:5
    For the living know that they shall die: but the dead know not anything, neither have they any more a reward; for the memory of them is forgotten.

    This is very simple.
    Who really is behind the teaching that people don't die or that something survives the human body after death?
    Reason on this:
    God told Adam and Eve they will CERTAINLY die if they ate the fruit (Gen 2:17)
    Satan on the hand said if they ate it, they will CERTAINLY not die.
    As we can all see today, the Almighty God Jehovah was right,,,, They died and returned back to the dust.
    Till date, Satan keeps defending his blatant lie that humans don't die, but transit from one form to another, or something survives the death of the physical body.

    Another Reasoning
    If something survives the death of human body, or people reincarnate or transform to something else, then of what use is the resurrection hope (John 5:28,29; Acts 24:15)

    Satan keeps peddling his lies about death using his demons to make people believe people don't die in real sense as a cover for the lie he told from the garden of Eden

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    1. Truthful yarns ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

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  28. My grandma is from Amalla and the truth is that these things are true though I have not gone to find out myself because we are Christians, though most people from her place are pagans so they believe such stories.

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  29. It is true o,there is a specific market day that living beings go there. If you are going to find out what killed a relative, you will go with the person's personal effect, preferably favorite clothes, drop it and stand aside. When the person passes he/she will pick up the clothes and start talking with you.(of course they most have fortified you with plenty juju). But you will be warned not a cry. If you do the dead person will vanish or even harm you. The down side is that you might see the spirit of some people who are still living,but will soon die in the market. If you come back home and talk, you will escort the person to the great beyond. Me sha believe is demonic forces that is at work there.

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    1. Ewoooo! M ga-ehikwa ura abali taa?

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    2. Please shed more light on this subject @ Agatha Christie. Thank you

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  30. Men and Brethren, Christ has set us free, let's remain free. Daniel 2 v 22 says He reveals deep and hidden things; he knows what lies in darkness, and light dwells with him.

    1 Corinthians 2:13-16 The Message (MSG)
    The Spirit, not content to flit around on the surface, dives into the depths of God, and brings out what God planned all along. Who ever knows what you’re thinking and planning except you yourself? The same with God—except that he not only knows what he’s thinking, but he lets us in on it.

    God is ever ready to let us in on whatever were confused about if we are ready to tarry in His Presence. We don't need to go to Enugu Amalla. May He enlightens our spirit man with grace and illumination.

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  31. Do not be fooled guys, consulting with mediums is a great sin before God. Thou shalt not worship any other gods but God. Saul sort out a medium when the Spirit of God left him, he paid with his life. Those supposedly dead families are familiar spirits, not your loved ones. Be very care not to incur God's wrought by getting involved in those stuff .

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    1. ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ
      Very true. It's simply demonic.

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  32. So I checked my Instagram late last night. Some babalawo started following me. Mtschhw

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  33. I've heard my late maternal grandma talk about such before and how she actually escorted someone to the place . when we asked her the name of the place she refused telling us , she's from Enugu too.

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  34. Have heard alot about that place.

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  35. In 2016 since I work with an exams body, I was posted to Obollo Afor in Enugu to take charge of all the schools there and Amalla was under my jurisdiction for the SSCE exams. Everyday I was responsible for posting exams supervisors to schools, rotating them most times.

    The last day of the exams, was French and it was only after the supervisors had gone home cos there was supposed to be no candidate from the area, did I get the package that there is a candidate for French in Amalla. There was no time to call back supervisors and I was mandated to go and supervise the exams myself. I took a bike and told the bike man that he would wait for me for the duration of the exams and I would pay him. That's how we left for the village. When the bike man and I entered the village, there was a strange air around the place. The part we passed through had trees lined up like you would see in a Boulevard. Every compound had a small drive way/walk in, leading in and you can see the houses or huts from the road for all of them.

    There was an eerie silence in the village. I couldn't hear any birds chirping or see any animals roaming around. Few people were moving around. It was a silent village! But that wasn't the freakiest thing about it. Almost if not all the compounds had a common feature. The big trees at the beginning of their drive/walk in, had fetish things tied around them, the whole red and white cloth thingee, feathers already blood stained, horns, calabashes etc, all that you see in a shrine, UNHIDDEN at the mouth of their compound entrances! ๐Ÿ˜–. It was the scariest scene ever! I was so terrified especially by the silence. It was something worse than a horror Nigerian movie. I prayed like a mad eh! After a bit, we got to the school and the candidate was waiting. I was ready to pay the bike man double, are you kidding me? Triple even! Was just acting all manly and normal but was shaking and praying so hard inside. And to make matters worse, there was no network at the school area.

    Somehow, the candidate who I'm sure didn't have an idea of what she was writing spent only 30mins of the allocated 2hrs45mins (with break) chewing her biro and finally said she's was done. If you see the eyes I was giving her eh! Chai! As if she was responsible for stealing and selling my destiny. ๐Ÿ™ˆ

    Anyways we left the school and somehow, the bike man and I returned to Obollo Afor safe and sound. The bike man later told me that the people of Amalla don't go to church and they don't even hide it. It's a traditional worship village and they are unapologetic about it. Just remembered it cos I saw your post. It's an experience that really got me worried about my safety I tell you.

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    1. And one idiot will say Edo people are diabolical. God punish anyone of you to say such again

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  36. While are you guyz worry yourself over unnecessary things instead of using this energy to discuss smalls to read God's word to come out of your challenges.

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  37. I married a man from Obollo and it is very true Stella. You are allowed to cross over and see dead relatives but you can't stay long if not you join them. Things dey happen.

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