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PHOTOS: ‘Happy’ Fishermen Show Off Huge Fish Caught In Bayelsa River

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Two Nigerian fishermen have taken to social media to show off the huge fish caught in Opokuma River in the Gbaranama community, Opokuma Clan in Bayelsa State.

According to reports, the weight of the fish almost sank due to its massive size, but they managed to haul it ashore.

One of the young men posted photos of the huge fish on Facebook.

“Thank God for blessing us with this big fish.” the post read.

See photos of the fish below;

Meanwhile, residents along Waterside near popular Orji Uzor Kalu Bridge Aba, have expressed gratitude to some workers at Emelogu Street for killing two huge snakes terrorizing the community.

Naija News understands that the snakes were on Wednesday killed after locals cried out for help.

According to Residents, they have always lived in fear as a result of the activities of the snakes.

They said they have lost their domestic animals especially fowls and goats, saying the snakes sneak out in the dead of the night to consume them.

It was also gathered that the state government is currently clearing and expanding the Aba river from Okpulor Umuobo to Azumini to make it easy for flying boats to ply.

The snakes were identified as cobra and python. The residents further appeal to the state government to fumigate the area popularly known as the ‘Good Morning’ market to save them from possible attacks from other hiding snakes.

Chukwuani Victoria is an entertainment and lifestyle journalist who's passionate about storytelling. She holds a BSC in Biology and is also a certified Radio presenter with BRMC. She likes to read, research, hang out with her friends and play scrabbles.