Gorilla Escapes From Cage, Injures One Person In Awka
By EmmanuelNonsoNwogo | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 5940 views
The Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS) has revealed on its verified Facebook page, that a gorilla reportedly owned by the Centre for Psychic and Healing Administration, Awka, ran away from its cage and severely injured a resident.
According to the information gathered from an eyewitness, the animal escaped on Tuesday morning, and allegedly bit one person at the Centre which is opposite St Thomas Aquinas Church, GRA, Anambra state.
ABS news also reported that the injured victim was taken to an undisclosed hospital within the metropolis, and treatment on the wound sustained is being treated by health officials.
As at the time of filing this report, all efforts by ABS news crew to communicate with Mrs. Flora Ilonzo, the founder of Centre for Psychic and Healing Administration, has so far proved abortive. However, the news crew was asked to revisit the Centre at a later time.
The place is synonymous with healing and providing treatment to the sick — one will wonder what is the use of a gorilla at the Centre.
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