Forestry Commission to relocate Freedom Jacob Caesar’s tigers from Wonder Estates – Police

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The Ghana Police Service has announced that it is planning to relocate the two tigers at Wonder Estate in Accra belonging to business mogul, Freedom Jacob Caesar to a different location.

According to the police, after several complaints by residents of the Wonder Estate by the danger the tigers pose to them, they are collaborating with the Forestry Commission to find a new place for the animals.

The residents insist attempts to get the owner or the management of the facility to evacuate the tigers have proven futile..

Interacting with the media, Freedom Jacob Caesar noted that the rationale behind owning the 7-month-old predators was to promote tourism in the country and not meant to harm anyone.

The Police have heeded the residents concerns and have directed the Forestry Commission to facilitate the relocation into a much safer zone.

In a statement released on Thursday night, the service told the Wildlife Division of the Commission to undertake the task in order to provide respite to the residents of the community.

It also indicated the deployment of a special taskforces to assist in making the process a safe one.

“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,” the statement signed by Chief Inspector Bright Kwabena Danso explained.

Forestry Commission to relocate 2 tigers from an Accra residence - Police


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