This has caused mixed reactions on the social media platform as the photos shows the way the lions were treated at the University zoo.
John on the platform commented, "the lions should be returned back into the jungle if they cannot be taken care of."
The zoological garden is located in the campus opposite to the faculty of agriculture along the way to fine art and urban and regional planning department of OAU. The entry fee is set at #500 which will cover for all the activities at the garden. The lions are camped towards the outer edge of the zoo with high barb wires to allow visitors to see the animals.
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