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Some onlookers who could not hide their feelings told the Daily Graphic that the incident was wonderful.
“I”m happy and excited to see this during my day,” Nii Kwei Kuma told the Daily Graphic.
However, the Chorkor Wulomo Chief Fisherman, Nii Kukurudu, said it was never a surprise, since that was not the first time an incident like that had happened.
“I am not too surprised because this thing can easily happen,” he said.
The catch has attracted rather interesting tales, with claims coming from chiefs in Winneba in the Central Region that the animal escaped while it was being sacrificed to their god.
“Another group from Sukula in Accra has also claimed ownership of the animal,” Nii Kukurudu told the Daily Graphic.
“We are going to Winneba to enquire from the chiefs as to how true what we heard was, so that we can take the next step from there. We will also speak with the Wulomo for advice or spiritual interpretation,” he added.
That notwithstanding, Mr Quaye had earlier told the Daily Graphic that the group would slaughter the animal and share it among themselves if nobody claimed ownership.
Officials from the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture Development who arrived on the scene said they had come there to find out about the incident.