The African Elephant Coalition is working round the clock to rid off poachers

KTN News Feb 19,2019

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Increased levels of poaching are threatening one of Kenya’s largest income earners tourism. Well this is the state of affairs. The African elephant coalition?a consortium of 29 member countries is working round the clock to rid Kenya’s elephant population of threats from ivory trade poachers. To end poaching the body has proposed the closure of all ivory markets globally. This is the latest move to clampdown on rising cases of poaching.