Samuel Tiwonitaaba Kuteba, the trainer of the tigers, said the animals have been declawed, carefully well-bred and are under strict veterinary guidance.
He debunked rumours that the animals were smelly and dangerous to residents.
After visiting the premises of the Wonda World Estate where the tigers are being kept, Mr Kanton told the media that “a new structure would’ve to be constructed at a new location before the relocation of the animals could be done”.
Freedom Jacob Caesar had explained that he brought the animals in a bid to boost Ghana’s tourism.
“First, it is right, I have two tigers that I bought on a bid between Ghana and Dubai. I was the representative from the private sector that initiated my interest in purchasing these two animals. But we did go through the process, the animals are seven months old, still at the very early stage.”