By Wambugu Kanyi
More than 1,200 rangers from the Kenya Wildlife Service, Kenya Forest Service and Mount Kenya Trust have completed a three-day anti-poaching training.
The training by British Army paratroopers and soldiers took place at Mount Kenya Forest in Nanyuki. Briefing the press on Thursday, the officer in command of patrol platoon Captain Ben Neary, said the training equipped the rangers with skills to fight poaching. Neary said Britain has had long cordial relations with Kenya. Kenya’s wildlife is being threatened by poaching.