Nana Kwame Bediako, popularly known as freedom Jacob Caesar or Cheddar is real estate mogul, multi-millionaire, investor and entrepreneur and a founder and chief executive officer of the Kwarleyz Group.
The real estate mugol is said to have been keeping two tigers,one male and a female in his home at a residential area in Ghana's capital, Accra. His action weren't taken lightly by residents in the neighbourhood as they felt endangered sharing spaces with wildlife.
The estate mugol has come out in a recent interview with TV3 news channel to admit having those animals. He claim his actions are for tourism purposes and not to cause harm or fear and panic among members of his community. He said to have been keeping those animals for the past six months and that each of the animals is seven months old. He said his intention is to cooperate with the ministry of tourism to create a zoo or safari in any part of the country to boost our tourism sector and the economy at large.
If Ghana could get a place where these animals are kept for tourist attraction, Ghana would be part of the few African countries with tigers being part of their environment.
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