Governance

6 White Rhinos in Nairobi National Park Killed for Defying Curfew

Six rhinos were yesterday shot dead at the Nairobi National Park after they were found roaming in the park outside the curfew hours. A report by the KWS spokesperson said that the six rhinos had defied curfew hours, putting them in danger from poachers and other undisclosed dangers. This left them dangerously exposed and resulted

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Politics

Mama Ngina Kenyatta Lauded for her Wildlife Conservation Work

Former First Lady Mama Ngina Kenyatta today received an award to mark her lifelong effort in wildlife conservation work in Africa. Speaking when she received the award at her Nairobi home, the former First Lady noted that wildlife remains an important part of the planet, and it is humans who are actually tenants on the planet.

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Economics

Boost to the Kenyan Economy as Wildlife Embrace Tourism

The Kenyan economy has received a major boost after wildlife embraced tourism, something that had been reserved for human beings. Terming it as the First Tourism Revolution, Tourism CS Najib Balala said that the economy was set to benefit if all the wild animals would leave their parks and take a tour around the human

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International Social

CONFIRMED: Osprey Bird that Flew from Finland to Kenya Committed Suicide

A bird that hit headlines after flying from Finland to Kenya but finally died in the care of Kenya Wildlife Services has been confirmed to have committed suicide.  The endangered Osprey which had been tagged in Finland flew for 6948 kilometres, something that baffled even the self-proclaimed General Miguna Miguna who has recently been unable

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