President Uhuru's government is working hard in ensuring that economy of this nation is on another level and also to make sure that he leaves a good legacy as the most hardworking president ever in the history of Kenya. In connection to that, Kenya's first lady is not left behind. Earlier in the day, First Lady Margaret Kenyatta held a virtual panel discussion on African's wildlife crisis which was organized by Elephant protection initiative (EPI).
Speaking during the discussion, first lady said that Kenya has made significant gains in wildlife conservation in recent years due to greater stakeholder collaboration.
''If we want to solve our current challenges, more resources and practical solutions need to be adopted in our conservation efforts so that we can build a better future where human and wildlife co-exist peacefully,'' the first lady said.
Wildlife sector is among the country's main source of revenue. Therefore it is necessary if they are protected.
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