Benjamin Langat in the photo is seen holding a hunting raffle standing besides an antelope bleed to dead as a result of possible bullet wound.
It's highly believed that the ambassador was posing for a photo after a successful hunting game in Zambia but this hasn't impressed netizens who have called upon the government to take action against him for going against wildlife act that declared hunting of wild animals illegal.
"This is totally AGAINST the international policy of his employer, Kenyan Government.Our policy internationally is against poaching and hunting of game. He is not fit to represent Kenya internationally.Mr President, this man must be RECALLED!"reads Abraham Mutai's post
I understand this is Kenyan Ambassador to Namibia Mr Benjamin Langat doing game/trophy hunting.
He is a member of animal terrorists in the world.Kenya banned game hunting in 1977 and he knows that.I advise him to run back home or face bad consequences.
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