|Photo Courtesy Of a Baby Elephant Interrupting A Young KBC Journalist As He Makes Report On Wildlife |
Just after the video of a young KBC journalist Alvine Kaunda filmed while his reporting being interrupted by a baby elephant at Sheldrick Wildlife Trust went viral, the young journalist has finally been rewarded by a popular local tour company, Expeditions Maasai Safaris.
Taking to their Facebook page, Expeditions Maasai Safaris has recognized the efforts of the young reporter Alvine Kaunda and have today rewarded him with a 3-day fully sponsored trip to Maasai Mara. According to Expeditions Maasai Safari's, they highly value the many contributions made by journalists, and thus they have rewarded one of them, Alvine Kaunda, with a very special trip as a motivation to him and other's doing a good job in championing sustainable tourism.
Kaunda's video caught the attention of the world and his video was shared by major world media stations ie. CNN, Reuters.
"On the International Men's Day, we rewarded the viral Wildlife Journalist who was interrupted on camera by a baby elephant. As a champion of sustainable tourism, we recognise and value the important role journalists play in supporting the wildlife conservation efforts in our country and beyond," Expedition Maasai Safari's statement reads.
Watch the Video here: https://fb.watch/gUV0OITGJ6/
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