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Recently, controversy spiked in Ghana, especially at Wonder World Estate when residents raised serious concerns about Business Mogul, Nana Kwame Bediako, also known as Freedom Jacob Ceaser having two tigers at his house. Residents said the presence of the tigers in Freedom's house put them in fear.
Meanwhile, Freedom Jacob while speaking with TV3 explained why he has the two tigers in the house. He revealed that it's just for tourism purposes and he has no intention to harm anyone.
" Yes I have two tigers in my house and I bought them to boost the tourism in our country. I wanted to lift the face of our tourism with those two tigers. They are currently 7 months old. I wanted to make sure that Ghana will be the first African country but for South Africa to have these animals. I brought them in not to endanger anyone in the country but just to boost our tourism. They are one female and one male tiger. Freedom Jacob boldly said this to TV3.
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Thanks for reading this article. Do you believe Freedom that he didn't bring these animals to hurt anyone?
What would you tell the residents of the area?? Do you think it's illegal for Freedom to have two tigers in his house especially when it is one male and one female?
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