The Long Juju Slave Route of Arochukwu is a sacred altar, a six foot gully that takes people to the temple and the waterfall in Arochukwu Long Juju Slave route, beg tourists to explore the shrine of Ibini Ukpabi and the cult monument of Kamula. The long juju slave route of Arochukwu still remains a perfect destination for tourists around the world. After the cities of Aba and Umuahia, Arochukwu, which is sometimes referred to as Arochukwu, or Aro-Okigbo is the third largest city in Abia State, Southeastern Nigeria. It is composed of 19 villages with an overall leader called Obong Aro.
Prominent for its sacred sense of mystic beauty is the Ibinu Ukabi or the long juju Shrine that was used to judge the perpetrators of crimes. Tales have it that back then in the kingdom of Arochukwu, Ibini Ukpabi at the height of its powers was the most powerful deity in Igboland. And this was during the Trans-Atlantic slave trade era. The long juju slave route is a dark kilometer-long series of tunnels. Also included in feature is a red river where it is said that as the guilty disappear, the Aro would colour the river red to give people the impression that the condemned has died. And the red water flowing down the stream would be a sign to the relatives that the victims were dead.