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A farmer in Kajiado is counting heavy losses after more than 10 elephants invaded his big farm today Saturday morning.
According to a reliable source of information, Kenny Matapash a large-scale farmer in Kilonito areas, Iloodokilani ward, Kajiado West Sub-county, Kajiado County has now turned to be an angry farmer after elephants broke into his 10-acre farm today morning destroying his farm crops, water pipes, machinery installation and fish pond worth millions of money. Speaking today morning to a local daily, The Star, Kenny claimed that the elephants destroyed properties valued at Kshs. 20 million on his farm hence a very big loss to him.
In anger, the farmer has vowed to kill the elephants if nothing will be done to tame the notorious wild animals that have been wreaking havoc on people's farms and destroying their farms.
"I will kill the jumbos" Kenny Matampash vows.
According to Matapash, the farm acts as a demo, especially in Kajiado, and is funded with the help of a Non-governmental organization from the Netherlands. Also, he now demands compensation from the government for the loss he uncured due to the wildlife.
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