Billions of dollars worth of gold have been discovered in the Turkish city of Sogut, the burial site of Ertugrul Ghazi.
According to a report of Turkish News Agency, billions of dollars worth of gold have been discovered in the city of brave leader Ertugrul Ghazi who set an example of bravery in Islamic history. This has been confirmed by the head of Turkey’s agricultural sector and credit corporates, Fahrettin Poyraz.
The head of Turkey’s agricultural sector and credit corporations, Fahrettin Poyraz, told a Turkish news agency that more than 100 tonnes of gold had been discovered in the southwestern part of Sogut, estimating the amount of gold. 3.5 million ounces (99 tons) has been planted and its value is more than 6 billion dollars.
Fahrettin Poyraz said that the gold from the newly discovered deposits would start to become part of the Turkish economy in the next two years, adding that the gold in the discovered deposits would be enough to revolutionize the Turkish economy.
Interestingly, Ertugrul Ghazi, father of Osman I the founder of the Ottoman Empire.