A middle-elderly man, believed to be in his thirties, has been killed via way of means of a lion at the Accra Zoo. According to the Forestry Commission, the intruder turned into noticed across the premises on Sunday at approximately 12 noon, after he controlled to scale the zoo’s protection fence.
In what's suspected to be an try to thieve a cub, the intruder, who's but to be identified, turned into pounced upon via way of means of the lions and turned into eventually devoured. In a declaration issued via way of means of the Forestry Commission, the government disclosed that the intruder turned into attacked and injured ‘withinside the internal fencing of the enclosure’.
This sooner or later cause his premature death, because of the accidents he sustained. His frame has seen that been deposited in the morgue. Meanwhile, the Forestry Commission says the lioness and the 2 cubs ‘stay secured withinside the enclosure on the Accra Zoo’. The Commission burdened that no lion has escaped from the zoo, because of the incident.
Following this development, the Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Benito Owusu Bio, collectively with the Chief Executive of the Forestry Commission, John Allotey, have paid a go to the zoo, to make sure that, “all centers stay secure”, the declaration concluded.
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