Kenyan Ambassador to Namibia might find himself on hot soup after disturbing image of him was circulated on social media. The picture posted by blogger Abraham Mutai shows Ambassador Benjamin standing over a dead deer. He is seen smiling as he holds a rifle. Perhaps he is proud of his sharp shooting skills.
Mutai wondered why the diplomat was poaching in a foreign country which is against Kenya's international policy. Although someone can get a poaching license in Namibia, Kenya is against wildlife poaching. Mutai felt that the ambassador had failed his country and should be recalled immediately.
Most of Mutai's followers on social media seemed to agree with him. They said that a top government official should not act proud while killing wildlife. The diplomats picture brings to memory pictures of Trump Junior posing over an elephant he had shot in the same country. It led to an international outcry making Namibia and Zimbabwe temporarily halt handing out hunting licenses.
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