He has said the country has put alot of efforts in the protect of the remaining elephants species, after some were killed through poaching. He has said an individual can contribute a minimum of ksh.1000 while a cooperate to donate at least ksh. 50000. He also added that those who will participate in the donation, will stand a chance of having an elephant renamed after him or her. He said this while launching the Tembo naming festival in Amboseli National Park.
This comes as the ministry for tourism has organised the Tembo not ceremony which will be held this year. Kenyans have been urged to continue supporting wildlife conservation as it an important part of our economy. Tourism on it's own contribute alot when it comes to revenue hence need to keep it safe from destruction.
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