A controversial live video streamer of deputy president William Ruto has spill beans over what the KWS recognized officers does in the forest. G.K Malema stated that the officers have been selling the Kenyan wild animals in the foreign countries.
Following his thirty minutes speech on the live video the famous UDA supporter stated that KWS officers have been airing wild animals via choppers to other countries.
Addressing the citizens the patriotic citizen revealed that currently many chief executive officers in KWS are white men who supports and sponsors specific people in the government to commit the heinous act.
Speaking in Kiswahili the alleged reporter stated the choppers lands in the forest with white pretending to be tourist yet they are coming to carry some animals from the game reserves. Check out Kenyans reactions;
However, G.K Malema has blamed the cabinet secretary Najib Balala claiming that he knows what is happening in the game reserves. Malema also revealed that Natembeya denied his call alleging that there is COVID-19 a meeting which he had planned to tell him what happens in Kenya as far as conservation is concerned.
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