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UPDATE: KWS Breaks Silence on Alleged Stray Leopard Sighting Statement in Muranga County

Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has broken silence on alleged stray leopard sighting statement in Murang'a County on Monday 8th August 2022.

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KWS has tagged the alleged statement from it as fake and not originating from them and urged members of th public to disregard the statement and treat it with the contempt it deserves.

According to the statement KWS has rubbished as Fake, it cautioned members of the public in Mathioya, Kiharu and Kangema in Murang'a County of a stray rogue leopard roaming in the above-mentioned areas.

Members of the public were therefore advised to remain indoors until the Leopard is captured and returned to natural habitat with alleged reassurence to the public by KWS that it was working to retrieve the leopard.

According to the statement, it further claimed that leopard was claimed to be sighted in the wee hours of the morning stretching to 9:00 am in the morning.

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Kangema Kenya Wildlife Service Kiharu Mathioya Murang'a County


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