In an interview with Cindy media, the Assembly Member for Brokron electoral area, Hon. Philip Sarkodie Addo stated that, the Nkalan river was desilted six years ago but just recently, he was informed by some of the residents that, they have seen two pythons along the river side where he also sent the report to the Chiefs in the area for rituals to be performed to pacify the gods.
He said, all libations poured to send these two pythons to their origin prove futile and therefore made a called to the Kumasi Zoological Center to come and pick them up. They sent their men and therefore were able to catch these to pythons.
Hon. Philip Sarkodie Addo commended the zoologists who came for these two pythons as it has brought a big relief to the people though the pythons didn't harm any body since they came to the community. According to some residents the appearance of these giant snakes were posing a great danger to them therefore the swift intervention by the Zoologists was a welcome news.
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