It is sign of relief for residents of Wandanyi village Near Taita hills as the relocation of Baboons who have been causing them sleepless nights kicks off.
The primates for many years have terrorised the residents homes and farms destroying their properties and crops.
The destructions caused by this apes, triggered the members of public to request Kenya wild life service to carry out family planning on the primates,to counteract their increasing numbers or relocate them to different environment.
Last week Principal Secretary for Wildlife prof Fred Segor visited the region,a visit that come with alot of hope to the residents after the acknowledged that the primates are headache to the residents and promised to see that they are relocated.
As most people are still wondering how the Checky creatures were to be captured,the government has already come up with a means the the relocation had kicked Off.
Through the Kenya wildlife services,the state has started Relocating the apes from Taita hills to Tsavo national park.
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