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British Soldiers Accused of Killing Kenyan Elephants

By LeilaMisango | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 1 views

A picture of a British hero who confesses to killing elephants has created a ruckus through the online media after touring Kenya and the UK. The photo is believed to be about a wildfire from last week.

Kenyans expressed dissatisfaction with the matter and fell to the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) to take action. A fire that has consumed more than 8,000 parts of the land of the Lolldaiga preparing area in Nanyuki has sparked tests by the British Army.

The 50,000-acre Loldaiga rescue land is home to a wide range of uncontrolled life for more than 400 species of birds such as the common Grevy zebra, panther, and wild canines. The British Defense Ministry confirmed the period to see that no one was injured.

"We can confirm that there has been a fire during the UK-Kenya driving exercises over Kenya and that the exams are in progress. We are working closely with Kenyan experts to address the situation, the service said.

People fled their homes as strong winds blew over the Lolldaiga Mountains, 20 kilometers from Mount Kenya.

There are 230 army officers in Kenya permanently organizing a meeting of British troops and Kenyan authorities, some of which are important to the British Army Training Unit in Kenya.

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