See How People In Congo Transport Dead Bodies To and From the Morgue (Photos)

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The second-largest nation in Africa is the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Angola, Burundi, the Central African Republic, the Republic of Congo, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia are the nine nations it borders.

Over 200 ethnic groups make up the population of the DRC, and approximately 250 languages and dialects are spoken there. The capital, Kinshasa, is home to the second-largest French-speaking population in the world.

The Congolese have experienced more than 20 years of armed warfare, which has resulted in nearly 5.4 million deaths from war-related causes, making it the worst conflict since World War II.

Motorcycles are frequently used to transport bodies to and from morgues in various parts of DR Congo. The dead are bound in a seated position behind riders using robes. The majority of African customs show awe and respect for the dead. They respect them by offering them a dignified funeral to keep their ghosts away.

The purpose of the rite of passage is to honor a departed person’s life. Many people spend a lot of money on ostentatious funerals instead of enrolling in high-quality medical care. The lucrative body transportation sector has attracted a lot of young individuals because it pays handsomely. Motorcycles are used on most highways since vehicles cannot use them.

The Congo’s populace lives in filth despite having one of Africa’s greatest levels of resource richness…..Víéw Móré

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