Tanzanian Miner Who Recently Discovered Two Stone Worth $3.35m, Has found Another Worth $2m

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Just a month after reports emerged that a Tanzanian miner dug up two huge gemstones worth millions of dollars, the same person who has been described as ‘lucky man’ have reportedly found another multi-million-dollar lump of Tanzanite.

The father of thirty children who became a millionaire after digging out the two gemstones in June 2020, while working at a mining site in the northern region of Tanzania is said to have found the third stone which weighs 6kg, estimated to the value of $2million (£1.5million ).

Naija News recalls that Mr. Saniniu Laizer had found the first two Tanzanite, a deep violet-blue colour, near his home in northern Tanzania, the two stones allegedly weighed 9.2kg and 5.8kg.

Mr Laizer was in the last month handed a cheque of 7.74 billion Tanzanian shillings, equal to $3.35million by the Tanzanian government for the two massive dark violet-blue rare stones. He, however, vowed to use part of the money to build a school and a shopping mall in his community, considering the fact that most parents in the community can not afford to pay for their children’s education, Naija News recalls.

In another news, Popular Nigerian singer, Naira Marley, also known as Azeez Adeshina Fashola, and his manager, Seyi Awonuga on Thursday pleaded guilty to violation of interstate travel ban.

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