Wildlife and Tourism sector is one of the key sector of economy that must be protected for the future generations. Several stakeholders in the world have heavily invested in the sector to help support in protecting the endagered species from extinction.
Several animals have been recorded to be reducing in number over years due to several factors including climatic factors and human encroachment among others. While speaking at Amboseli on sartuday, CS for Tourism said, "Any animal can be named but we have decided to start with elephant because they are the one that are most endagered."
He however said that it will cost you only Ksh 2,000,000 for a hyena to be named after you. He said, "Anyone who wants a hyena named after them will have yo pay Ksh 2million in exchange for the hyena-naming bragging rights."
In a post shared by Tuko news many Kenyans Blasted him for hiking the price for hyena to such an amount. Here are some of the netizen's comments that resurfaced on the post.
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