In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Saturday, 21st May 2022, he wrote;
"A rich man imported tigers. Ghanaian officials (including the minister) gave him a license to import them. He did not hide them in his boxers or susu box to come into Ghana. He brought them through Kotoka Int Airport. The Government was aware.
His other rich neighbors complain. Even though he lives in a gated estate, and his tigers "secure". The state sends a police unit (a special police team they called it) to station near his house; to keep his other rich neighbors safe. They are just sitting outside, and they want to be there, till the tigers are relocated. So that the neighbors can feel safe.
Yesterday I posted about street children. The Police, social welfare, ministers drive by them all the time. Sometimes they buy from them. Nothing has happened yet.
I wish these kids were tigers."
The comments of Oliver Barker comes as a background to his post shared yesterday about street children. He sarcastically wrote;
"An 8 year old just tried to sell to me in traffic. Yesterday was a 13 year old.
I like buying things from school aged children in traffic. It’s cheaper and they are easier to bargain with. Try it. It’s fun."
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