Monday, May 11, 2015

LASG Shuts Down Building Where Crocodiles, Snakes, Others Are Being Reared

The Lagos State Government has shut down a building in Ojodu-Berger area of the state in southwest Nigeria where dangerous animals such as crocodiles, snakes and others are being reared.

According to the government, the building, located at 13, Alhaji Abass Street, off Adebowale Street, Ojodu-Berger, was shut for illegally breeding dangerous and wild animals such as panther, water snake, giant eagle, crocodiles and others.

The property occupied  by Mr. John  Adekanbi was discovered by officers of the Ministry of the Environment who were carrying out House-to-House Awareness Campaign during the state monthly environmental sanitation exercise in the area.

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