Nigeria as a nation is honored with authentic locales that are kept and protected for future purposes to instruct people to find out about their nation and networks.
Carrying us to the way that after a long time that slave exchange finished, this noteworthy site situated in Arochukwu is as yet in the presence and is being kept up with.
The house in the photographs beneath was possessed by Maazi Okoroji, the man that offered a few Igbos to Europeans for slave exchange Arochukwu, 17 centuries ago.
Okoroji was supposed to be a nearby Chief in Ujari one of the towns situated in Arochukwu, Abia state.
He was a slave merchant, that offered a few Igbos to the Europeans as slaves.
He was an exceptionally well-known slave-dealer that fabricated the house currently utilized as a memorable site that individuals could visit today.
Taking a look at the inside of the house, you can see diverse chronicled ancient rarities, slave chains, and so forth That he utilized during his time as a slave trader.
Many individuals lost their family pass to slave exchange and certain individuals can’t follow back their legacy or old neighborhood dependent on the way that their predecessors were sold as slaves hundreds of years prior to the Europeans. Connection to the photographs underneath.
Adequately amusing, the site/house is as yet in presence till today and individuals visit the spot frequently.