A two-year-old lion discovered in a house in Lagos has been removed by officers of the Nigerian police, officials of the Lagos state government and veterinary doctors.
The lion became furious after it sighted the large crowd present but was later tranquilised and carried out of its cage.
After the operation, Chairman of the Lagos State Taskforce on Environment and special offences, Olayinka Egbeyemi, explained that the suspected owner of the animal is yet to honour the invitation served on him.
The lion said to be owned by a yet to be named Indian national, was caged at Number 229, Muri Okunola Street in Victoria Island.
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