Freedom Jacob Caesar two tigers Create Fear among Residents


Freedom Jacob Caesar two tigers Create Fear among Residents

Residents of Wonda World Estate, the property is located at Avenue Lincoln near the British High Commission at Ridge in Accra, owned by the business mogul Nana Kwame Bediako, popularly known as Freedom Jacob Caesar. Have expressed their worry over the two tigers living among them.

The presence of the tigers in the community is making them unsafe.

According to WAKADAILY report, all efforts by the residents to get the owner or the management of the facility to evacuate the tigers have proven futile as on most occasions, their complaints are met with hostile responses.

Freedom Jacob Caesar two tigers Create Fear among Residents

Some of the residents said that “ The animals stink, those animals are held inside an apartment where there is no access to proper fresh air. As soon as the door is open, you sniff a strong unpleasant smell emanating form them” another resident also said, “They are opened early in the morning and they are sent inside around 10am, which they poo and pee on the floor. They also make too much noise which gives us sleepless night.”

Another one lamented, “There are no tranquilizers or any proper training. in the even of any unfortunate incident, no one knows what would happen to us”

It does not make any sense to have wild animals, tigers to be precise in an estate in the heart of the city where they are just less than a meter between the houses and also without any proper training and care for them.

They also alleged that while trying to engage the owner to evacuate the animals, he rather built a structure for them right by the side of their apartment.

“When we saw them building the structure, we asked them which institution gave the authorization for them to put such structure for the animals in a resident area.”

Residents claim that, they have contacted Ghana Wildlife Society to complain the situation, yet no change.

“They told us they don’t owe us any explanation and so will not provide any such authorization to us. Even if they had any such authorization, it belonged to them.

Anytime we called to find out how far, they keep tossing us, we are told sometimes that the officials had traveled and a lot of back and forth.
Because they have not respond to any of our complains, that is the reason we intend reporting the matter to the police, if we don’t hear from Wildlife Society after some time.”

Queen Ferry
Queen Ferry
Chinyere Treasure Ikechukwu known professionally as Queen Ferry, is a Nigerian business Executive, Journalist and Content Editor. She serves as the Vice-Chairman of Naijatraffic Limited. If Treasure is not blogging, she will be making delicious delicacy.

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