- A Nigerian guy has recently posted a video revealing the substantial presence of lithium within Edo state.
- The video shows laborers excavating the gleaming substance and carefully storing it within bags.
- The online community has engaged in discussions surrounding the video, with numerous individuals expressing curiosity to delve deeper into insights about this valuable resource.
A young Nigerian man recently unveiled an interesting finding, lithium deposits in Edo State, Nigeria.
Through a tweet accompanied by a snapshot, @HarunaBraimoh1 showcased a high-quality specimen of lithium. This sample was sourced from a wooded area in proximity to Imeke village, near Auchi.
Amplifying the enthusiasm, @zaddyofbenin uploaded an intriguing video that showcased a considerable stockpile of lithium. This visual spectacle triggered conjecture and inquisitiveness within the online community. The video’s caption read, “Edo undeniably enjoys an abundance of valuable materials. Can you identify this particular solid substance?”
Nigerian workers strike Lithium in Edo state, sparks reactions
The unearthing of lithium in Edo State has prompted dialogues regarding the region’s abundant mineral reserves and the potential avenues for economic growth that these resources might open up.
Social Media Reaction:
As eager online users await additional details and in-depth analyses, these tweets have illuminated the dormant potential of the region, leaving a multitude captivated and optimistic about the times to come.
@enomaojo2 commented: “Please Edo government shouldn’t allow the Chinese to be involved in this.”
@sclinton439 said: “China, America and the west Right now watching the video. They are about to shut down all roads leading to edo state.”
@xaxu049 reacted: “What is it? Who’s buying it? Does it benefit the people of the host community? Are human resources being exploited in the process of the exploiting the solid mineral? I hope someone out there has an answer to my concerns.”
@ImEdaki commented: “I can’t remember the name of the stone but it is used for producing cement.”
@jackieee said: “This is so much money when used rightly. You are rich. Nigerian is blessed.”
@haruna commented: “Lithium!! I have some of it!!”
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Meanwhile, a young Black lady posted a video of the moment she grabbed the mic from a White educator forcefully at her graduation ceremony.
The Black lady, identified as Kadia on TikTok revealed that she saw the White educator partially remove the mic from some Black graduates as they were walking across the stage on graduation day.
According to her, she used the mic to express her displeasure at the White lady and her co-educators who had acted in an unfair manner towards the Black graduates.