Ghanaian Poor Man Found The Heaviest Gold Stone In The World At A River Side

Frank Amankwaa popularly known as Calabash the chef is from Awisa Wenchi (Busia Town) in the Bono Region of Ghana and this is the true story.

He went to stay in Libya and later passed on the Mediterranean Sea when they got lost for seven days and five dolfins led them to Italy and later moved to Malta in Europe, He got his two legs fractured when he was imprisoned for a year and later deported back to Ghana empty handed.

He was in Accra the capital city of Ghana and things became hard on him, so he decided to visit his village Awisa in the Bono region.
Oneday he went to the farm with a friend and when working for soo long he went to the river called Atwene near his farm to get some water to drink,
Calabash is a video type guy so when he got to the river side, he saw the place was beautiful and he decided to video the environment.

There he noticed a small shinny stone which looks like a gold in the whole of a crab from his camera, so he decided to watch it clear but he was afraid to get closer and dig the crab whole because it is an abomination to catch a crab from that Atwene river…it’s an ancient secret history but he thought of how things are very hard for him and his family, may be who knows, the God want to bless him.

He boldly dig the crabs whole and he found a stone and noticed that its a real gold, so he dig more and later found a heaviest stone of gold…this marked the most ever heaviest stone in the world…

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