For the past days official complains were made by some residents at a gated community in Osu about the habitation of two tigers in the community by millionaire, Freedom Jacob Cesar also known as Cheddar. According to the residents they are scared for their lives and also there is an unpleasant smell from the tigers anytime they are brought out of their cage from fresh air. The Ghana Police service has quickly responded to the call, and has assured the community they are going to take action.
They have released an official statement responding to the plea of the community. This is what their release contains.
TWO TIGERS FOUND IN A RESIDENTIAL FACILITY
The Accra Regional Police Command on Thursday, May 19, 2022, received a complaint that some tigers were being kept in a residential neighbourhood in Accra.Preliminary investigations have established that a resident in a gated community at Osu, is keeping two tigers under lock in a cage in his house. Police have reached out to the Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission and
efforts are underway to relocate the animals to an appropriate facility. A special police team has been deployed to provide adequate security in the affected neighbourhood to ensure the safety of residents until the animals are relocated.We wish to thank members of the public for bringing this matter to our attention.
Whiles investigations continue, we would like to entreat all residents within the community to remain calm as we work with our stakeholders to ensure their safety.
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