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BREAKING: KWS Mop Warders In Masimba To Monitor Elephants

Mourners converge in Masimba on Saturday after Friday night attack by elephants that claimed one life.

By Linet Minayo. Nairobi, Saturday.

24 hours after a stray elephant took yet another life in Masimba, Kenya wildlife Service warders are now on the ground to monitor elephant movement.

This announcement has been made minutes ago at 8.30 pm by the KWS Head of Problem Animal Unit, Vincent Ongwae in a presser to KNU.

“After the incident last night, KWS has now deployed undercover officers to monitor mood on the ground and elephants movement,” said Ongwae through a tweet.

Ongwae went on; “This evening a patrol team moved to the ground and tomorrow morning (Sunday), aerial surveillance supported by ground wardens’ team will monitor elephant movement with the aim of moving them into the Chyulu National Park”.

READ EARLIER STORY: Stray Elephant Kills A Third Masimba Person In Three Years On Friday



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