You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Chimera again.
Fucking A... I really dig your style, Chi. Having reliably had my 3rd eye blasted clean open by all of the African hybrids I've been fortunate enough to grow thus far, the prospect of you directly sourcing new parent stock from the region seriously makes my day, man. I hope you find what you're looking for. Plus, that project you're working on sounds EPIC! The finest hashish the world has literally ever seen may very well be on the hoof as we type.
I have a theory, and it is probably completely unprovable, but I feel that the line that spawned the Congo #3 was selected for generations in its homeland for its usefulness in music. While it was at least present in all the phenos that I grew out, certain phenotypes of Deep Congo had a strong rhythmic/energetic effect on the smoker that was completely unique and absolutely undeniable. The sounds of the street, of life would start to take on rhythm and form music in your head. People would spontaneously get out of their chairs and begin dancing to that music in their heads - and this was not a rare thing, it happened every time the extinct dCon-A pheno got passed around. Non-musicians would out of nowhere just start clapping and singing and making up songs together. And as a musician, many of the most electrifying group performances of my career happened after the whole ensemble shared a joint of dCon before hitting the stage.
This unique super-musical and communal energetic quality is the #1 thing that made the Deep Congo so special to me and everyone I shared it with, and if it expresses that strongly in the F1 progeny of one single female cutting (Congo #3), it may still exist in other lines on a continent where in one form or another rhythm, music and dance are such an integral part of culture and everyday life. I know you're in the northern part where mainly hashish strains are grown, but if you happen to sample any native African lines that cause your thoughts to travel in distinct overlapping circular patterns like a drum choir, or that suddenly make Gary Glitter's "Rock & Roll #2" sound like the most profound piece of music you ever heard... bring that shit home, man! LOL!
Stay safe, and may all your endeavors be met with success.