The whelps blended debate and turned into a public point after occupants at the Wonder World Estates, Avenue Lincoln situated close to the British High Commission in Ridge, raised caution over their anxiety toward the wild creatures in their area.
A couple of days after the discussion ignited by the wildcats, the Ghanaian business head honcho who claims the whelps has shared a video of the fledglings playing football on his compound.
Nana Kwame Bediako who is otherwise called Cheddar posted the video on his Instastory. The video which was shared preceding the fair finished Champions League finals was subtitled “prepare for the finals, Liverpool versus Real Madrid, PDO vrs APC”.
Before this, the inhabitants guaranteed they are not happy imparting the home to the predatory creatures and have approached suitable specialists to move them.
In any case, the Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission has said that the two tigers having a place with the business big shot represent no dangers to the occupants of the bequest.
Protecting the raising of the 7 months old whelps, the Ghanaian tycoon said he purchased the wild creatures for the travel industry purposes and that discussion had been progressing among him and the Ghana Tourism Authority about where and how to keep them to support the nation’s travel industry.
He added that it was not his expectation to jeopardize the existences of the occupants with the tigers yet rather to enhance Ghana’s travel industry.