Last Thursday, workers in the Okomu Oil Palm Plantation displayed rear love for nature and biodiversity when they rescued a baby Elephant estimated to be between two and three months old and handed it over to the officials of the National Park for re-integration to its natural habitat.
This discovery implies the existence of a parade/herd of Elephant in the Okomu National Park that were hitherto thought to be in extinction.
A follow-up visit was made today 7th October by some Management staff of Okomu to ascertain the state and health of the Elephant.
So far the Elephant is doing well. More stories and Pictures later. In the meantime, we welcome the general public to suggest a name for the Elephant