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Prince William ends Wildlife Conservation Tour in Africa

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The Duke of Cambridge was in Africa for a week-long tour to learn more about the continent’s wildlife conservation. He visited Namibia, Tanzania and completed his trip with a visit to Kenya.

Prince William arrived Kenya’s Laikipia Training Area by helicopter on Sunday to visit the Irish Guards. The 36-year-old Duke, participated in training sessions with British troops, met with Kenyan Defense Forces and also threw a few kicks with school Children at BATUK’s Kinamba Community Project while giving out footballs and shirts.

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5 Comments

  1. by_stander

    October 1, 2018 at 5:21 pm

    HRH is looking really good in his british army gear. Thumbs up!

  2. POORAFRICA

    October 1, 2018 at 11:27 pm

    POOR AFRICA… WHY AFRICANS LOVE TO DANCE WHEN THEY SEE WHITE MAN\??? TELLING KIDS TO DANCE LIKE THE TIME OF SLAVERY… WHY CAN’T THEY AT LEAST READ POEMS, SAY SOMETHING ABOUT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY… BUT DANCING.. LIKE OH YES THE MASTA IS HERE.. LET’S DANCE FOR HIM OR HER.. IT BLEEDS MY HEART.. TRULY

    • by_stander

      October 2, 2018 at 1:28 am

      What nonsense are you talking about?

      This is a Prince of England show some respect!

      Both he and is younger brother were once in African cleaning toilets for the people. He has more integrity than anybody you know or probably will know in your life.

      So stop talking nonsense about your betters in public!

    • Jumowalle

      October 2, 2018 at 6:17 pm

      Do anything proudly and they will hail.

  3. Jumowalle

    October 2, 2018 at 6:22 pm

    HERE IS A GREAT SUGGESTION:

    why dont they allow the citizens to own the wild animals especially endangered Like “The Rhino”! coz the truth is amongst men their rhinos, Lions and all different kind of spirits. Let the citizens own the animals and we could solve the problem even for defending these animals. Always privatize incase incase of mismanagement.

    AND WHY THE FU##, amongst all the african strong men, arent there more Black panther cubs on sale. #Bussinessniche

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