Monday, 3 February 2014

Kenya Says No To Poaching!

Shazaad Kasmani of Wild Kenya Safaris. He is an Honorary Game Warden with Kenya Wildlife Service and is also on the Conservation committee at MCTA.

The 5th of February was a day for the people of Mombasa to peacefully come together and give a voice for the voiceless wildlife of Kenya. Wild Kenya Safaris was naturally there to participate and photograph the event. The walk started from the symbolic Mombasa Tusks and ended at the Kenya Wildlife Service & PC's offices where a memorandum was submitted to halt the poaching incidences.
Wild Kenya Safaris has always been pro-conservation. Shazaad is an Honorary Game Warden with Kenya Wildlife Service and is on the Mombasa Coast Tourist Association Conservation Committee. 








During the march, the people of Mombasa were driving a message for the Kenyan Government for them to realize that without wildlife there is no tourism.

Kenyan's are proud of their animals, its a natural heritage and they do not wish to loos them to poachers.










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