Natural resources are ubiquitous in Africa, and they're found in large quantities. Obviously, Congo is one of the many African countries that has these rare earth metals like diamond and gold in abundance, and the recent discovery of a mountain full of gold in Congo gives credence to this.
There is a viral video circulating on the social media, showing an impoverished and rural village in the Southern Kivu of the Eastern part of Democratic Republic of Congo, where a mountain was found full of gold deposits.
However, members of this village in the Dr Congo were seen in the video circulating on the social media clutching to their shovels, containers, buckets and bowl to dig, and carry to their various homes, soil fulfilled with gold deposits.
In the first video that was shared by Denis Aunga, he captioned it as a treasure mountain has been discovered by villagers, the whole mountain is gold while the villagers only have to dig out soil, take to their various homes, wash and melt it for doing dory. Conversely, this is one of the poorest African countries. Watch it here
While another video as being shared by Africa Facts Zone was captioned, "El Dorado in real life! Congolese Villagers get the biggest surprise of their lives, after discovering a whole mountain full of Gold! They are digging the soil with gold deposits in it and taking them home." Watch it here
What do you have to say about this great discovery being made villagers in the Dr Congo?
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