Mount Nyiragongo eruption causes panic in Goma city as many people leaves their homes remaining homeless. This happened on Saturday 22nd May 2021 at 17;00hours EAT GMT as red lava was seen in the blue skies causing panic to the government of Congo. Its said that the lava flew downwards towards the city of Goma in Democratic Republic of Congo, and the nearing boarders of Republic of Rwanda.
Although it has been flowing slowly but too hot, its not like the last few years in 2002, where it erupted again and over 250 people lost their lives, and more than 120,000 people were left homles.
It is one of the world’s most active volcanoes and is considered among the most dangerous. The lava initially flowed east towards Rwanda, said Dario Tedesco, a volcanologist based in Goma. But later in the night, new fractures opened in the volcano allowing lava to flow south towards Goma, he said.
We at Kenlink Tours and Travel we really feeling so sorry to people from this area, and also the wildlife as conservationists, its so ad as so we have nothing to so, because its our nature and no one has got control over the nature. Democratic republic of congo is one of the safari destinations as its a home for the ultimate mountain gorillas, and many other animals that attracts many tourists from different part of the world, as much of its national parks are forestry. The news of the Nyiragongo eruption has not been good for the ears of the conservationists, there is much panic due to thinking that a lot of animals could have lost their lives, the plants and diversity could not be safe.
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