- The president of Nigeria’s son-in-law, Ahmed Indimi, has taken to social media to unveil his new pet
- The billionaire’s son shared photos of himself holding the white pet lion on a leash
- Fans reacted to Indimi’s apparent newfound love for the wild cat
Just recently, the son of Nigerian billionaire, Ahmed Indimi, took to social media to flaunt his new pet, a lion.
It appears living on the edge of danger is quite appealing to some people particularly Nigerian celebrities considering how some of them have taken to wild animals as pets.
In a new post on Instagram, Indimi who happens to be the son-in-law to the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari, shared photos of the white lion as he held on to it with a leash.
Indimi accompanied the photos with a simple caption where he explained that the white wildcat was his new pet he also explained that he loved the pet. He looked confident as he held the animal.
See his posts below:
Nigerians who are naturally careful people were quite fearful for the billionaire’s son and they expressed as much in the comments. Others were amused that he would get a lion as a pet.
Read what some of them had to say below:
"*Now playing Egungun be careful na express you dey go*"
"See how fear dey your eye. The distance you’re keeping sef "
"I really hope it’s a joke, because these are endangered animals. Their population is diminishing dues to poaching and such acts of keeping as pets."
"Allah ya rufa asiri. This is not funny. Let us not hear stories that touch later."
Billionaire daughter, DJ Cuppy also got a lion cub named after her in 2019 after she visited a park on United Arab Emirates.
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