Two men were arrested with six pieces of Elephant tusks with an estimated worth of Ksh 1.4 million on Tuesday evening in Kutus, Kirinyaga county
Confirming the arrest, Gichugu Sub-county Police commander Anthony Mbogo said the suspects were trailed by the Kenya Wildlife Service Rangers before they were arrested.
The two suspects are being held at Kianyaga Police and will be arraigned in court on Wednesday.
‘The arrest of the two suspects with elephant tusks means the country is losing more elephants and residents living near Mt. Kenya forest should give information to police officers’ ,mbogo said
The two suspects will be arraigned at the Gichugu Law Courts on Wednesday.
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