Hello guys and welcome back again for another great Article. Today we are going to check at how much money, The kWS Earn Per Month In Kenyan Shillings. KWS in full, Means Kenya Wildlife Service. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) focuses on conservation and management of wildlife.
Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) is a police unit tasked to protect wild animals and plants in the country. Today, KWS Rangers in Wajir habded over two weeks old Cheetah Siblings that they Rescued in the wilderness yesterday. According to a post shared by KWS on their twitter account, the curbs were then Airlifted to Wilson Airport where they were further taken to animal orphanage.
As Kenyans ushered 2023 on January 1, many new year resolutions were made with diversifying sources of income topping the list. Among the alternatives considered is agriculture, specifically animal husbandry. New trends have seen entrepreneurs make money from animals for their aesthetic and food value . However, unknown to many, the Wildlife Conservation and Management Act prohibits the rearing of certain animals for personal or commercial purposes.
Kenya Wildlife Service is the unit of Kenya Police which deals with protection and preservation of wild animals and plants. Their servicemen are located in various wildlife game parks, game reserves and sanctuaries in various parts of the country. Due to the climate change, several animals and plants continue to deplete or extinct in the world.
Residents of Kiamunyi in Nakuru City,are living in fear after an elephant trespassed into their estate in search of food.The residents are forced to be indoors from fear of being attacked by the jumbo.The residents have urged Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) to urgently act and take away the jumbos.Due to the park’s proximity to Nakuru town,a fence has been constructed around the perimeter in order to reduce conflict between Nakuru’s human population and its neighbouring wildlife.Human-wildlife conflict is increasing in Kenya due to the rising number of human settlements and the pressures created by climate change.This creates friction as animals leave their natural habitats to search for food and water elsewhere.
The burial of Catherine Kasavuli has been held today in her matrimonial home in western region. The burial attracted alot of dignitaries and politicians who arrived in style to give their final respect to the departed. The prime cabinet secretary Musalia Mudavadi led the entire nation to praise Kasavuli claiming that she was a legend in the media industry.
At Gichugu constituency in Kisii county, thousands of farmers are crying for help from Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) as their farms have been invaded by tens of monkeys. According to the locals, these monkeys have destroyed crops and caused an economic loss in the region.
Man Catches A Baby Monkey After A Chase With KWS Officer In Muranga, Monkeys Have Threatened Farming
The residents of Gatanga constituency in Muranga county are in tears after monkeys invaded their farmlands destroying their food crops. Their efforts to get officers from the county government is yet to bear fruits as they have nothing to harvest as their produce is food to the monkeys. The government finally heard their cry where they have sent KWS officers to deal with the menace.
KWS Chopper Lands In Nyanza Carrying CS Malonza For Key Event, Area Governor Skips the Ongoing Event
The Cabinet secretary in charge of tourism Rebecca Malonza has today made her first tour of Rusinga which is in Nyanza for the official launch of a festival that is expected to bring revenue to the County. The cabinet secretary landing in the area aboard a Kenya wildlife services chopper together with her team comprising of several leaders from nyanza and the ministry of tourism.
A family in Kisumu is seeking justice after their 19-year-old son is alleged to have been shot by a kws officer under unclear circumstances. According to the family, they received a distress call where they were informed that their son had been shot on his hand by a kws officer under unclear circumstances.
A plane crush. Photo/ courtesy. Investigations into a light aircraft that on Thursday, December 8, crashed within the Tsavo National Park that killed at least two people are underway, sources say. In a statement released by the Kenya Wildlife Service as reported by a SOURCE, the KWS and David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (DSWT) teams arrived at the scene moments later and commenced investigations into circumstances that led to the crash.
An image of a plane in Tsavo that crashed. Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) affirmed the occurrence. Unsubstantiated reports demonstrated that the two, a dad and child, passed on the spot. Two individuals passed on Thursday, December 8 after a light airplanes crashed in Tsavo Public Park.
Thousands of victims of wildlife attacks in the country are seeking compensation for the injuries sustained during strikes by animals from national parks and game reserves.Irene Wambua Mbithe, one of those whose lives were shattered when she was attacked by hyenas,recounts that she lost her arm,and eye in a horrible hyena attack after truck drivers threw her out of their vehicle at Tsavo National Park in the dead of the night.Four years down the line,Mbithe is hoping for compensation from KWS.John Mutunga, the medical officer at the Machakos Level 5 Hospital said Mbithe suffered severe bodily injuries.Kenyans reacts:
Today, December 8th, kenayns were left shicked after receiving news of an aircraft crash in Tsavo national Park. This is because aircraft accident are not as common as car accidents in the country. The reason for this is because there are only a handful of kenyans whi can afford to own and fly aeroplanes.
Kenya Wildlife Service Kenya Wildlife Services rangers opened fire on Tuesday, December 20 after suspected poachers tried to escape their net.Kenya Wildlife Services officers attacked hunters targeting migrant animals in the area of El Maow, Wajir East. According to a statement sent to the Kenya Wildlife Services newsroom, police officers arrested poachers who set traps for horned animals such as elephants and giraffe.According to Kenya Wildlife Services Corporation, one poacher was injured during the shooting, while two others escaped under heavy fire.
The plane crash the occurred in Tsavo National Park has taken the lives of two people on Thursday, December 8. Reports say father and son died there. The Kenya Wildlife Service confirmed the incident. In a statement carried by Kenyans.co.ke, KWS corporate communications confirmed that the incident took place at 7.15am in the Kone area along Tiwa in Tsavo East National Park.
Vacate The Office Immediately: Former President Uhuru's Government Official Sent On Compulsory Leave
Image: Courtesy. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) sent Director General Brigadier (Rtd) John Waweru on compulsory leave. Waweru was sent home few hours after attending handing over ceremony of Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Wildlife. The KWS, an ex military officer, was immediately replaced in an acting capacity by Wildlife Secretary Erastus Kanga.
Two people have been confirmed dead following an air crash in the Tsavo National Park in Taita Taveta county.Reports indicated that the two,a father and son, died on the spot.Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) confirmed the incident.In a statement,the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) confirmed that the accident occurred today, Thursday, December 8.
Brigadier John Waweru, who was selected by former President Uhuru Kenyatta to lead the Kenya Wildlife Service in 2019, has been placed on indefinite leave and has been temporarily replaced by Wildlife Secretary Erastus Kanga. Soon after attending the event where the Principal Secretary was transferred to the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife, Waweru was placed on mandatory service.
As Kenyans prepare to welcome the new year, dozens of wildlife attack victims in Taita Taveta County have yet to be compensated. Despite the government's announcement in September 2022 that the National Treasury had released Sh200 million for compensation, this remains the case. Relatives of 16 victims killed by wild animals, those injured, and farmers whose crops were destroyed by marauding wild animals between 2014 and 2021 are among those who have yet to benefit from the funds.