Ghanaians went wild when news of how business mogul, Nana Kwame Bediako, is hosting two tigers in a residential area. Several questions were been asked as to how these special and extinct breeds of tigers were imported into the country under the auspices of legal authorities.
Amidst these unsettled debates, a former Member of Parliament and former deputy minister under the erstwhile Mahama administration, Ras Mubarak, has proudly displayed three lions which are surprisingly in the country. Ras Mubarak revealed that those two lions are a special breed. Two of the lions were completely white like one of the tigers found in the residence of business mogul, Nana Kwame Bediako. Ras Mubarak disclosed that these two lions can be found in a resort in Jirapa in the Upper East region.
The tourist guide revealed that one of the lions is two and a half years old. Despite that young age, the lion was built up and his roar was so fierce.
This got Ghanaians to massively react.
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