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Shipments of Bushbabies (Galago senegalensis)
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Shipments of Baboons (Papio sp.) from Kenya, 1978


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Primate Imports Corp., Port Washington, New York

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RODNEY ELLIOTT. DON HUNT. THE ASSISTANT MINISTER, MOUNT KENYA
GAME RANCH. HENRY MULANDI,. THE GAME CAPTURE COMMITTEE
IN THE AFFAIR OF THE GREVY'S ZEBRA



Background.

1. In the late 1960s and early 1970s. Kenya had a thriving wild animal capture business.
Under the law anyone capturing any game animal had to have a permit to do so. If that
person captured such animals for profit he or she had. in addition, to have a Dealers
Permit. While these permits were issued by the Game Department, it was policy that no
such permits should be issued unless sanctioned by the Advisory Committee for the
Capture & Export of Wild Animals (the Capture Committee) a body made up of
conservationists, national park officers, university biologists with one or two ex-officio
members of the Game Department one of whom was its Licensing Officer.

2. Don Hunt a wealthy American animal dealer was part owner with his brother of a
company called the International Animals Exchange based in Florida. which. within n the
USA had a reputation for very shady dealing. Hunt came to Kenya in the late 50s/very
early 60s. based himself at Nanvuki. became very friendly \with the owners of the Mount
Kenya Safari Club particularly William Holden the film star and established the Mount
Kenya game Ranch. This was seen as an attraction that fitted with the Mount Kenya Safari
Club's tourism, was promoted as a conservation exercise and refuge for endangered
species. \\ild orphans etc.. and not as anything to do with commercial animal importing
exporting. Initially Hunt kept his animal dealing under the name of International Animals
Exchange. By the mid-late 60s his reputation in the USA had caught up with him in Kenya
and the Capture Committee became progressively less co-operative wXith his firm. In
1970 he notified the Capture Committee that he had ceased dealing under the name of
International Animal Exchange and requested the Game Department to cancel the
Dealer's Permit issued to that Company. It was about that time that. contrary to all
previous statements, that the Mount Kenya Game Ranch started actively dealing in
animals. Initially this was not readily apparent and the Company was never approved for a
Dealers Permit by the Capture Committee.

3. The Assistant Minister J. M. Kariuki was a charismatic and ver. corrupt politician who
was eventually murdered in 1975 when he started challenging the Kenyatta power base.
He came to conservationist attention when he started 'buying' Game Department ivorv on
his own account, diverting it away from public auction. He had close ties with Don Hunt
and the Mount Kenya Game Ranch. He also had close ties with Henry Mulandi. Game
Warden Nan-uki (see the Mulandi Affair). a very corrupt game warden who used his
departmental subordinates to poach on a grand scale. Mulandi was related to the Chief
Game Warden Mutinda and was also a close friend of Don Hunt's.

The Case

1. J. M. Kariuki had a ranch near Gilgil in the Rift Valley. It was privately owned bx him in
his capacity as private citizen. At some time in 1970 he decided that he wished to turnm at
least part of it into a game ranch. This first comes to RTE's attention through a letter
25/7/70 from Hunt to CGW Mutinda "... Mr Kariuki and I spent the better part of the day
surveying the grounds and did find an excellent location for his Wildlife project ...'" It
concluded with "'I would be grateful for a letter and instruction to game department









Nan' uki to allow the acquisition of game requested for the project." On the same date
Hunts also writes to Kariuki confirming the project.

2. On 31" Julv 1970 Mutinda writes to Jack Barrah. Divisional Warden Nveri stating that
Hunt may supply the animals for Kariuki's ranch on a I for I basis or at a varied ration
as Barrah deemed necessary. That is for each animal supplied to Kariuki. Hunt may keep
one of the same species for himself. This was an ancient procedure applied when the
Game Department wanted animals moved from one place to another on its behalf by the
private sector. No reference is made to the project being a private venture.

3. On I 1h August 1970 After talking \\ith Hunt. Barrah recommends an exchange ratio of
2:1 instead of the normal 1:1 and lists 13 species for which Hunt x\ill supply Kariuki \ith
I male and 2 females. He justifies the ratio of 2:1 on the grounds of the expense that Hunt
\\ill incur semi-taming and acclimatising the animals for release at Gilgil. He ignored the
fact that such procedures were a normal part of the animal captureexport trade and treated
them as though they were unusual which was completely unjustified. The implication
was that Barrah was slipped a back-hander to recommend this unusually generous
arrangement though it w-as never proved.

4. The Capture Committee was not consulted over or informed about the Kariuki project -
which was a serious break with established procedure. It had yet to approve the Mount
Kenya Game Ranch being given a Dealers Permit. let alone proceed with animal capture.
In its Minute 1937 of a meeting on the 6' October 1970 the Committee was clearly
suspicious that Hunt wanted to swap Mount Kenya Game Ranch for International Animals
Exchange as his front for animal trading. In particular the Committee referred to an earlier
refusal to approve the Mount Kenya Game Ranch for a Dealers Permit. It was at this
meeting that it learned that not only had the Chief Ganme Warden gone ahead and granted
the Mount Ken a Game Ranch a Dealer's Permit against the Committee's
recommendation, but had also approved the annual capture of 20 Hunter's antelope
without reference to it (Minute 1938).

5. On the 20t October 1970 the Chief Game Warden confirmed to the Mount Kenya Game
Ranch that no capture permits were "necessary for operations on behalf of the game
Department ..." making then point that the stocking of Kariuki's ranch was being treated
as an official rather than private venture. On the 21"' October 1970 this point was remade
directly to RTE and explained: "Animals moved to free ranging areas on our behalf would
not require Capture Permits". The argument thus being that as the animals would range
freely on the Assistant Minister's property, no permits to capture -were required. This was
not legally correct. On 24th October 1970 the Mount Kenya Game Ranch Twrote to the
Chief Game Warden confirming its understanding that "no capture permits are necessary
for this operation."

6. The whole business of capturing animals for the Assistant Minister was complicated by
the fact that. also completely outside the knowledge of the Capture Committee the Mount
Kenya Game Ranch also held permits ;s 2063 (expiring 22.12.70) and 2111 (expiring
29.1.71) for 24 Gre-v's zebra, one leopard and nine giraffe. These held in parallel to the
freedom to capture for the Minister without permits made it impossible for field wardens
to be sure what was being caught for who and on what permits. Evidence of further
skulduggery is that permit 20633 was issued free. and permit 2111 cost only two shillings.
Compare these fees with Permit 1987 previously issued to M/s International Animal
Exchange for 16 Gre-v 's zebra at a cost of shs 8.000.
7. On November 24h' Mount Kenya Game ranch vrote to RTE copied to the Chief Game
Warden that permits for a further 30 Grevy's zebra had been applied for and will be issued









on December 2`d 1970. How could the Ranch have known when the permits would be
issued without very close contacts inside the Game Department?

8. Just how close these contacts were is apparent in the special appeal the Chief Game
Warden made to the Capture Committee to approve the award of a full Dealer's Permit to
Mount Kenya Game Ranch. Such an appeal was extraordinary in itself. and clearly the
Committee's refusal to approve such a permit was embarrassing the government. Far from
approving the Chief Game Warden's request, the Capture Committee emphatically
rejected it and urged the Game Department to withhold the issuance of a Dealer's permit.

9. This recommendation was ignored: letters signed by Hunt's friend the poaching warden
Henry Mulandi (who had been promoted to HQ) on the 22' September 1972. 26'h
September 1973. and 28th September 1973 indicated that the Mount Kenya Game Ranch
operated with the Game Department's full support.

10. Rodney Elliott was aware of what was going on and disagreed fundamentally with the
Game Department providing free animals for a private venture. However. as his boss the
Chief Game Warden, was clearly involved and prepared to provide a semblance of
legality. he was reluctant to oppose Kariuki's acquisition openly. At the same time he was
involved in prosecuting Army officers for poaching, and had initiated an investigation into
Henry Mulandi's poaching activities. Rodney was also aware of Hunt's reputation as a
crook, and upset by Jack Barrah's collusion with him. Just as disturbing was Julian
McKeand's position as Hunt's No 2 Julian had previously been a warden in the Game
Department and was a good friend of Rodnev's. In these difficult circumstances, he did
not seek outright confrontation. Instead, he merely tried to block or put the brakes on the
Kariuki/Hunt programme by presenting 'difficulties'. On October the 14th he pointed out
that the area of Kariuki's 'game reserve' had not been given and wanted to knox-w whether
the proposed stocking would be within the area's carrying capacity. In this vein he sought
to hold things up pending scientific assessment. On October 27th 1970 he acknowledged
that no capture permits were to be paid for Kariuki's zebra, but he wanted to know if this
meant other fees due to local authorities or land owners (Controlled Area Fees) were to
be paid? He was playing for time. On 27" November he pointed out that as other trappers
had been licensed to catch Grevy's zebra he needed to know how many the- all wanted so
that he could divide what was available between them fairly: again play ing for time. These
stratagems were perfectly obvious to those above him and in Elliott's o\wn assessment, his
attitude over Kariuki's zebras played a significant part in having him transferred from
Maralal.






MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND WILDLIFE


Telegrams: "GAME", Nairobi
Telephone: Nairobi 20671-3
If calling or telephoning ask
for ........................
When replying please quote
Ref. No. ."J..
and date
Please address your reply to:-
The Chief Game Warden


GAME DEPARTMENT
P.O. Box 40241, NAIROBI
KENYA

28th.September, 19.73


/Divisional Game Warden,
Northern Division,
P.o MARALAL.






Mr. Don Hunt of the Mount Kenya Game Ranch will

be camped in your District for some time. He will be
doing capture operation on behalf of this department and
Ministry for the Nigerian Government. Please give him
any assistance and co-operation necessary.


for


(H.M ANDI)
CHIEF GAME WARDEN.


c.c.


Mr. Don Hunt,
Mt. Kenya Game Ranch,
P.o Box 288,
NANYUKI.







Telegrams: "GAME", Nairobi
Telephone: Nairobi 20671.3
If calling or telephoning ask
for ........................
When replying please quote
Ref. No. .................
and date
Please address your reply to:-
The Chief Game Warden


MIINISTRY OF TOURISM AND WILDLIFE
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GAME DEPARTMENT
P.O. Box 40241, NAIROBI
KENYA

26.th...Se.ptmber.,. 19.73.


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.


This is to certify that Mr. Don Hunt of
The Mount Kenya Game Ranch is doing a
capture operation for this department.

This operation involves the capturing of
rhinos '-rd other animals in an area where
they are currently endangered due to the
area being divided into small ranches.

The animals are a gift from President-
Kenyatta to The Nigerian Government for
restocking in a national park in Nigeria.

A.ny assistance that can be given to this
project will be appreciated by this Depar-
tment.








(H. M ., llr/ W IOI)


CHIEF GAM.E T7,UMDEN.


for






MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND WILDLIFE


Telegrams: "GAME", Nairobi
Telephone: Nairobi 20671-3
If calling or telephoning ask
for ........................
When replying lease
Ref. No ...................
and date
Please address your reply to:-
The Chief Game Warden


Divisional Game Warden,
P O. MARALAL,
Via Rumuruti.


, GAME DEPARTMENT
P.O. Box 40241, NAIROBI
KENYA

22nd September.. 19.. 72.



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Please give all necessary assistance to the Mount

Kenya Game Ranch who are given contract by our Ministry to

trap animals listed in the letter 21st September, 1972

written to game Department.









H. INDI
for Chief "Ge Warden

c.c. Game Warden,
MARALAL.


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MINUTES OF TH, SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON THE CAPTURE AND
EXPORT OF WILD ANIMALS.

llth DECEMBER, 1970. -



Presentt Mr. F. Minot
Mr, R. Leakey Chairman
Mrs. D. Webb,
Mr. H. Mohamed
Dr. R. Hofmann

Mr. D. Sindiyo.

Subjects To discuss the request the Mt. Kenya Game Ranch
for a full Dealers Permit to enable them to export
I Wild Animals.

Details of the Verlhl Request from the Chief Game Warden to
the Licencing Officer.

"The Licencing Officer, who is the Executive Officer of the
committee, informed the members that Messrs, Mt. Kenya had made
a request to the Chief Game Warden to be allowed to get fully in
the Wild Animals Export business. This request had been made as
a result of the Ranch experiencing financial difficulties which
made it look like Messrs. Mt. Kenya Game Ranch would not be able
to survive unless this permission was given.

The Chief Game Warden requested the committee therefore to
discuss this matter in great detail with the view to recommending
the best and possible way in which Messrs. Mt, Kenya Game Ranch
could be allowed to enter into this business. The Chief Game
* Warden wished this matter to be given all due consideration
because he wished the committee to consider every aspect of the
matter in the light of all available information in order to
S arrive at a justifiable recommendation."

The Advisory Committee on the Capture and Export of Wild
Animals considered the request to issue a Full Dealers Permit
to Messrs. Mt. Kenya Game Ranch. The unanimous opinion was that
the granting this request would not be in the best interests ^f
Kenya which today enjoys an excellent reputation amongst the
international community in respect of its wild life management
policies.

The following points bear on this decision and form the basis
of the committees carefully considered decision.

1) The Mt. Kenya Game Ranch is owned and operated by persons
who are not citizens of Kenya and there has been no evidence that
this organisation has encouraged local involvement.

2) To date, the committee has not been in respect of any direct
application requesting a dealers permit. The only. information that
has reached the committee has been through verabal communications
between the Chief Game Warden to the Licencing Officer who serves
as the executive on the Capture Committee.










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3) The Committee notes that the Mt. Kenya Game Ranch was
permitted to begin operations on the clear understanding and
documented agreement that tnAe organisation would not deal with
the export and sale o! wild animals. It was also agreed that
the Mt. Kenya Game Raench would *ot be used as a holding ground
for export p-arposes.

4) The committee notes -hat there is clear, documented
evidence that the Mt. Kenya Game Ranch has violated these
implicit caditions in the past.

5) The Committee feels that the Mt. Kenya Game Ranch should
be fully aware of the normal procedures for the cai-Lure of Wild
animals since a member of the applicant organisation was until
recently, a licenced dealer in Kenya. The committee notes that
contrary to these procedures, the Mt. Kenya Game Ranch have,
during Nbvember, captured a total of nine Grevy Zebra without
the necessary and proper legal documents as stipulated under
' CAP 376. Contrary to the conditions agreed upon (see 3) these
animals are now held on the ranch. It is further noted that no
fees have been paid to the KFenya Government in respect of this
capture.

Due consideration must be given to the above factors.
Further, two of the principle officers of the organisation have
been directly involved with the bypassing of the law in respect of
animal capture. The committee has grave doubts and reservations
about the willingness of the applicants to comply in the
.. future with the requirements covered by CAP 376 in respect of
wild animal capture.

Kenya enjoys an excellent international reputation in
terms of Wild life and conservation policies and the committee
feels bound to draw attention to the fact that issue of a dealers
permit in this case would seriously jeopardise this position
S and the committee world therefore urge that the Dealers Permit
be withheld.





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KENYA



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P.O. BOX 288 Cable: GAME RANCH, NANYUKI, KENYA, EAST AFRICA


November 24th 1970.


R.T. Elliott Esq,
Div: Game Warden,
Game Department, .
P.O. MARALAL. .. ! ,


Dear Rodney, i ..

GREVY ZEBRA CAPTURE.

With reference to our conversation of to-day in your office.

The Mt Kenya Game Ranch have applied'for permits to capture
30 Grevy Zebra against Zoo orders. .

We will be issued with these permits on December 2nd 1970, (
and wish to start capture operations as soon after this date
as possible. ,

We apply to you for permission to catch these Grevy Zebra on
the Veterinary holding ground in Block 1, this area being
the nearest concentration of Grevy's to the Ranch.

We would be grateful if you give this request your earliest
consideration.

Yours sincerely,




ulian McKeand.

cc: The Chief Game Warden. Nairobi.
The Game Warden. Isiolo.













UK[ KEN E~IASAiC

P.O. BOX 288 Cable: GAME. RANCH, NANYUKI, KENYA, EAST AFRICA


November 4, 1970



The Divisional Game Warden
Maralel
Kenya

Dear Major Elliot,

This is to confirm receipt of your letter dated September
24. I apologise for the delay in answering, but have just
returned from hospital.

I also apologise for not sending you copies of our monthly
returns. They were sent to Game Dept. Nairobi and Game
Dept. Nanyuki. During May, June and July, we captured
3 male and 21 female Grevy Zebra. 15 were captured at Mugie
and the fees paid. I have written Mr. Hood for instructions
on the payment for the nine captured at the Vet. Holding
Grounds. I am enclosing photo copies of the capture permits.



Yours sincerely,



Don Hunt


cc: Game Warden, Isiolo













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FORM 4. -
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j IHE WVILD ANIMALS PROTECTION ORDIN \NCE, 1951 '
(No. 18 of IQ'i)

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Protection Ordinance, I') .I I

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This permit is sued subject to the following coadbmes-
* (I) The Game Warden nmut be notified directly any of the above animals have
been captured or deemed to have been captured in accordance with
condition (3).
(2) It may be cancelled without notice and without any reason being assigned.
(3) Any animal killed in the process of capturing shall be deemed to have been
captured.
(4) It is issued subject to the provisions of .tbe Wild Animals Protection
Ordinance, 1951, and all amendments thereto unless otherwise expressly
stated.
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conditions by the holder and any breach of these conditions shall constitute
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-Sabra in thi DiYvIEiOn. The former two persnas have not
specifIed tbtal number roqu 'td but J. McXoand aeitliona a
figure of 30 Oroevy r Sebra.

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approved by your oapture ooalctte ie det ail it '1 am to ensure
thb-t a fair di6tZ.ibuti'fa of the q','ta*s avail-&lAs arc to be
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areas whero oapttro is possible, and then allocate thibn total
a-ncgat the afppllc-tlo received accorinUg to merit? As I
understand grovys zehru are being shot On control in the North
asber gvi-ioan it uilht be winest to ireet capture to thief
area in the first Instanee since it eepos 4ndeaiable that
g.vrY sebrp saakl4 be shot by kidn Departmet staff?

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RESARCH DIVISION


26th OotoberT*


Divisional Gae, Warden,
Southern Division,
P.O. Box a4810io,

Throe The Chief Game Warden.


Game animala for the Hon. J.H.


Kariuki


There has been correspondence between Divisional Game Warden$
Northern and Divisional Game Warden, Central and the Chief Game
Warden about this. I understand that the farm on which these animals
are to go is near Gilgil (formerly Sir D. MoGillivray's), and this
therefore is within your Division*.

The Chief Game Warden has asked me to look in to the question of
suitable species and suitable numbers for the farm* Could you please
contact me at your convenience to discuss the matter.


DiRMA5/jmo


(DR. D..M. DRC STStART)
HgAD, BSE1SEARCH DIVISION,


ecoe Divisional Game Warden,
Central Division,
P.O. Box 494,


Divisional Game Warden,
rthern Division,
P^ *O' MABALA


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THE MOUNT KENYA GAME RANCH
William Holden, American P. 0. Box 288
Don Hunt, American NANYUKI, Kenya
Julian McKeand, British Phone: Nanyuki 55
Deane Johnson, American Cable-"Gamefarm"



24th October, 1970



Mr. J*. K tinda,
The Chief/ Game Warden,
The mDepartment,
P. O./o ox. 241,
;KAI BIo


Dear Mr. Mutinda,

(AE ANIMALS FOR THE HON. M. KARIII I

I refer to the Divisional Game Warden, Maralalts
letter of Oetober 14th, refs GA.5/1. Unless I hear to the
contrary, I will go ahead and catch these Grevys Zebra for
Mr. Kariuki.

I understand that no capture permits are necessary
for this operation as it has been agreed that it will be done on
a straight two for one basis. However, if you deem any capture
permits necessary, would you please forward these to us for nine
Orvwy*' Zebra?

I spoke to Mr. Kariuki over the week-end and he
hopes to have his fence completed between the end of November and
the beginning of December at which time we will also be ready to
move some of the animals he requires, to his farm.


Yourasi


Julian oKeand.
oeo. The Hon. J, M. Kariuki,
Ministry of Tourism & Wildlife,
P. 0. Box. 30027,
NAIROBI.

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P. 0. Box*. 494,
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Gem. Depinztmeat,
P. 0. boxz. 28",
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MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND WILDLIFE


Telegrams: "GAME", Nairobi GAME DEPARTMENT
Telephone: Nairobi 20671-3 P.O. Box 241, NAIROBI
If calling or telephoning ask K N
for .........................K ENYA
When replying please quote 1J., 19.7
Ref. No. W /.5.......... .t...ber, 9. -
and date
Please address your reply to:-
the Chief Game Warden




Divisional Game Warden,
Northern Division,
P.O. MARALAL.

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CAPTURE OF GAME ANIMALS FOR THE ASSISTANT
MINISTER OF TOURISM & WILDLIFE THE HON.
J.M. KARIUKI..



|Thank you for your letter of 14th October,1970.
Animals moved to free ranging areas on our behalf would
not require Capture Permits..





JKM/J3KN MUINDA)
CHIEF GAME WARDEN

cc. J. Barrah, Esq.,
P.O. Box 494,
NYERI.

A.J. Camn, Esq.,
I P.O. Box 28,
ISIOLO.

J. McKead,
P.O. NANYUKI.

Dr. D. Stewart,
Read of Research Division,
P.O. Box 241,
NAIROBI..





MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND WILDLIFE


Telegrams: "GAME", Nairobi
Telephone: Nairobi 20671-3
If calling or telephoning ask
for ........................
When replying please quote
Ref. No. G .'p1/4....
and date


GAME DEPARTMENT
P.O. Box 241, NAIROBI
KENYA

29fth October 19.


Please address your reply to: -
The Chief Game Warden


Jullana; eKeand, BRq.,
The M*nt KMya Gamn S6a*,
P.O. ax 288.
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8*4 ?A~RLIAS POIR THE HWY. JO.M. KX.CUI!&

Please refer to yenr letter dated 24th October,1970.

I write to ofsrim that no capture permits will be
necessary for operations on behalf of the G6ame Dhpartuent.
However, you will need a Exporr t Permit (Legal Possession
document) fox your am share of the animals.


JKnM/J


cc The HIo.
Ministry
P.O. Box
-AIRSBI.


y3K. MUTINDA
(J. K. WKThMA)
wX. M, nm)
sumJR G AS WARJJ
J., Kariukl. tiW
of Tourism & Wildlife,
30027,


The Div. Ca&" Warden,
P. 0. Box 494,


The Div. Gca Wardert,



V. St rte Esq.,
came w olrt""at
P.O. Bax 241,
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Hr. J. Nutinda,
hc Chief Game .ardaen,
P.0. Box 2419

KjIfuA. zui .
GA&lI ANIASFi TMH &JITA" KIUXSVI3
06V7irm hrN17rLUyIN 'WE am. J.M.RAILLKZ.


further to ny letter of 12/10/1970, retsWdin the above.
M. iudication -as givea Mr. 1) Rts eeetsh sap of
the area of ground to be t esA but it 1 eocs to me tht or
must now be take if diLsqpointaents a e tq be avoided by
getting advise trom the R m4a a Divisiaon at" to the carrying
capacity of the are a La qutiolo Perhaps Uiversity CoU*ege
might also asisit I goMMaMt thus beaKuse permiasioa has been
give for fares* Atffereat Sprmlm ad if there we at teat
three of eae& t team a breWA1i SrOsp thls brings the total
to forty two head befon amy nroidntioa ba occuredl Glearly
other factors may also be mr-eamt mush an food availability,
lora infestatioa (stocked 4 cattle. before hea?) end th. lik.m
For tms re a Z soaundl a ite t of esatioa or w*e may later fl -
ourselves La trouble for aot having umeed our kaowledge anad
pplaned this Sieroise to ensure its bUst chmaee Of suseesa
on behalf of our Assiatant MiAister.?t




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*Gas.
P Dr St*wrt, .....
P.O. Bes 241,



The Chief "mne larde,
IP.O'. Iox 21,
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MINUTES 6O THE CAPTURE COMMITTEE MEETING P
.HELD ON THE 6TH OCTOBER. 1970.,


Present:


"'r. %.Sale
Mrs, D.M. Webb
Mr, M.S. Hassan
Mr. F. Minot
Mr. Noor Shire
Mr. A.D, Mabinda


(Chairman)


Apologies:

Min. 1929:


Min. 1930:


Min!- 1931a


Min. 1932t


Min. 1933:


Min. 1934&


Min. 1935.




Min. 1936:


Mr.D M. Sindiyo and Mrs. Betty Roberts.

Minutes of the last Capture Committee Meeting
were read and confirmed.

There were no matters arising out of the
minutes of the previous meeting,

APPLIC TIONS
Mr. Johm Seago.
To Zoological Gardens, New York, U.S.A 15
Kikuyu White Eyes, 10 Red Naped Shydabis,
and 6 Hartlaubs T'raco.

Approved subject to check on method of
Capture of Turacos.
To Zoological Gardens, Antwerp. 4 Hartlaubs,
4 Oxpeckers and 2 Kori Bustards.

Approved pending the statement of Capture
of Oxpeckers.

To Zoological Gardens of Wassenaar Holland,
4 Violet Backed Starlings.

Approved, but the Committee would prefer
that these are not caught at Lower Kabete.
Kiboko was suggested instead of Lower Kabete.
To Zoological Gardens, of Cincinnanti U.S.A
4 Golden Brested Starlings, 6 Oxpeckers,
2 Superb Starlings and 2 Violet Backed Starlings.

Approved. Violet Backed Starlings Lo-wer.
Kabete not approved trapping area. Kiboko was
suggested as the suitable area.

MRS. T.G. OCONNELL.

To Baylor College of Medicine Texas Medical
Centre U.S.A.
Not approved.

MRS. URSULA MATTHEWS.
To Mrs. E. Kissel, Miss E. Leiderman Mr. R.
Deitchman of U.S.A Embassy Nairobi, Mr. E.Vio
Hong kong Dr. A. Johnson of African Inland
Mission, Mr. Sikan, Mrs. Addington, Mr. John
Rood, Mrs. T. Pegg, David Campbell, Mrs. Cicali.


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Min. 1937:


Min. 1938-


Min. 1939:













Min. 1940:


/2.

Mr. Sayed Mukhtap, Mrs. O'Regan, Mrs. Chappa and
Mr. Robin Owen. 19 Bushbabies.

Not approved as orders are not from recognized
zoos. Policy of Capture Committee not to encourage
trade in pets i.e. animals being caught and dold to
private individuals.
(S'ee Minutes of February 4th 1969 Preamble).

CORRESPONDENCE .

A letter from Mr. Don Hunt requesting that the
International Animal Exchange be withdrawn from Kenya
Dealers list was discussed. During the discussion,
it was discovered that Mount Kenya 3ame Ranch was
holding s. Dealers Permit despite the refusal by the
Capture Committee Meeting held in June 1968.
Minute No.1299 refers. The Committee was convinced
that the withdrawall of International Animal Exchange
from the Kenya Deal-rs list, was to make way for
Mount Kenya Game Ra.nch, whose Manager was also
responsible for the running of the former Organisation

The Committee then resolved that a letter be
written to Mr. Don Hunt asking him to clarify the
relationship between the two Organisations.


Hunters Antelope.


The Committee has noted the Chief Game Wardens
Memo to the Licensing Officer stating that 20 of the
above species will be taken each year.

Members of the Committee seriously question the
wisdom of this decision in viefthe fact that this
s an endangered species, as evidenced by a recent
*-'iuest to Interna.tional Organisation from the
Ministry for funds to set up a reserve for this speci*..
es.

Letter from M/S. Daly & Figgis Advocates acting
on behalf of Mr. & Mrs. Glover, requesting the Chief
Game -Jarden to issue the Aviary permit for a bird
Hospital was presented to the Committee for discussion
It was on observation with the original applicatln,
noticed t hz-t the applicant M/s. B and M. Glover
wanted a Dealers Permit for the export of Live Birds
and not for Birds Hospital as claimed by their '
Advocates. After a long discussion the Chairman
ruled th-.t a letter be written to the Advocates
asking for a clarification of the type of Dealers
Permit required.

A memo from the Deputy Chief Game Warden to the
Chairman, Capture Committee drawing his attention to
the letters written by Mr. R.3. Whitehead of P.O.Box
7813, Nairobi who has in the past five years been
dealing in Reptiles and Amphibians without a dealers
Permit.




















Min. 1941:







Min. 1942:


Min. 1943:






Min. 1944.


Although he.was allowed to Capture Chameleons on
production of confirmed orders, he has never done
so. The Committee then ruled that a letter be
written to Mr. Whitehead requesting him to complete
an application for a dealers permit form and
forward it to this office for committee approval.

A letter No.1089/70 dated 2nd September 1970
From M/s. Carr-Hartley and Sons Ltd, recommending
Mr. Peter Mwangi Kariuki for a grade ta.t Licence
was presented to the Capture Committee for discussions
The Chairman then suggested thE.t Mr. Kariuki be
invited to attend the next Capture Committee Meeting
to be held on 3rd November 1970 for an interview.

Applic Itions.
An application for the renewal of a dealers
Permit from M/s, Mombasa Pet & Curio Shop, was
brogft before the Committee for approval, but after
examining the Minute by Mr. Sindiyo that the firm
had apparently been importing live birds and selling
them without reference to the Capture Committee, the
Chairman who was visiting mombasa promised to visit
the firms Avery .s well and report hic findings to
the next Committee Meeting for consideration.

Application from Mr. Ben Maina Kihiu was
discussed and it was resolved th:t the Committee had
no objection to the renewal of Mr. Kihiu's Permit
since the reasons given by the applicant regarding
his failure to renew the permit at the due time were
genuine enough to warrant the issue.
Any other business.
A letter from Mr. D.M. Sindiyo to the Chairman
informing him th--t the Chief Game Warden had nomina-
ted Mr. R. Leakey, Dr. Hoffman of the University and
Dr. Kane of Veterinary Department to become members of
the Committee and also requested the Committee to
suggest at least twjo other names from the business
Community for consideration by the Chief Game Warden.

Since no name was suggested, the Chairman asked
the members to think of it and suggest to the next
Committee Meeting.

The Chairman of the next Committee meeting due
to be held on 3rd November 1970. was approved, i.e.
Mr. F. Minot.

There being no any other business, the Committee
terminated at 12.30 p.m.


CHAIRMAN ............ .. .a &.*...




C O P Y.


GA.10/15,


Divisional Game darden,
P.O. Box 494,
NYERI.


G"kfll. 1111ll-1,.Z' FGM MN :.i J.iN. 1Ar:, I.


Please refer to your letter GA.5 of 11th August, 1970.

I agree with suggestion N9q1 contained in your above
quoted letter and for the reasons given. Please go ahead

attached herewith a copy of the letter I addressed to
you which appears to have gone astray.







(J. K. MUTINDA)
CHIEF. GAME WARDEN.

C.C.

The Hon. J.M. Kariuki,
Ministry of Tourism & Wildlife
P.O. Box 30027,
NAIROBI.

Mr. Don. Hunt,
Mount Kenya Game Ranch, .
P.O.. Box 288,
NANYUKI.

Dr. Stewart,
Game Department,
L. L'OBI.

Game Warden,
P.O. Box 195,
NANYUKI.


31st August, 1970,




C O P Y.
C 11th August, 70.

Mr. J.K. Mutinda,
Chief Game Warden,
Ga-ie Department
P.O. Box 241,
NAIROBI.

GAME ANIMALS FOR MR. J.M. KARIUKI.
Please refer to your letter GA.10/15 dated 351st July
addressed to me which has not been received in this office-
kindly instruct the Registryto forward copies.

Mr. Don Hunt brought the matter up yesterday, showing
me copies of past correspondence to familiarise me with the
situation to date. As the result of heavy commitments
elsewhere in the immediate future, he is anxious to get this
project underway as soon as possible and has put forward the
following propositions:-
(1) It would be infinitely preferable to acclimatize and
tame captured animals at tXi3 hount Kenya Game Ranch
prior to handing them over to the Hon. J.M. Kariuki,
thus minimising the risk of them escaping or injuring
themselves thereafter. This being the case, it will
be a costly and protracted exercise involving Mr. Hunt
in additional expenditure which cannot be covered on
a 1:1 basis. However, he considers that he may just
break even a 2:1 exchange and is prepared to accept
this gamble.
(2) Conversely, he will capture on a 1:1 basis on condition
that the animals are then taken off his hands immediately*
I amr not in favour of the second proposal for abvious
reason. Accordingly, by copy of this letter, I am initially
authorizing Mr. Hunt to start capturing the following species
on a 2:1 basis (outlined in para 1) as directed by the Game
Garden, Nanyuki:- Impala, Thomsons Gazelle, Eland, Buffalo,
Steinbok, Bushbuck, Grant Gazelle, Reedbuck, Giraffe, Zebra,
KUngoni, Suni and Waterbuck.

He will subsequently hand over to the Hon. J.M. Kariuki
three semi tame and acclimatized animals of each specie on
a 1:2 male/female ratio to form the nucleus of breeding herds
on his farm* During the interim period, I hope that out Asst.
Minister will be able to construct his fence modelled on the
Mt. Kenya Game Ranch to serve as a very worthwhile example for
others to follow in due course*

I trust that the foregoing meets with your approval.






(J. BARRAH),
DIVISIONAL GAiE WARDEN, CENTRAL DIVISION.

c.c. The Hon. J.M. KariAkik,
Assistant Miniter,
Ministry of Tourism & Wildlife,
P.O. Box 30027,
NAIROBI.
Mr. Don Hunt,
Mount Kenya Game Ranch,
P.O. Box 288, a
NANYUKI.
Dr. D. R.M. Stewart,
P.O. Box 241,
NAIROBI.
The Game Warden,
Game Department
P.O. Box 195,
Nanyuki. *




C OPY

GA.10/15 31st July, 1970.


Divisional GameWarden,
P.O. 494,
NYERI.


GAME ANIiAALS FOR MR. J.M. KARIUKI'S FARM.

Enclosed here-with; please find a photocopy of a letter
from r. Don Hunt on the subject.

It is encouraging that some farmers are now thinking
bf keeping Game Animals in their property instead of eliminating
thbm. Our Assistant Minister, Hon. J.M. Kariuki is trying to do
something similar to whkt Mr. Perfet of the Solio Ranch has done
However, since he doesX not, have much game in his property at
Gilgil, and he is ancious to have some, it is my wish that we
encourage such efforts w-ich are clearly geared to conservation.
Where a farmet wants to keep free ranging game, and not game in
cages, we should assist in all ways.

In Mr. Kariuki's case, Mr. Don Hunt may supply the animals
required on 1:1 basis or at a varied ratioX as you deem necessary
Preferably these game may be obtained from Private Lands as an
alternative to control shooting.






(J.K. MUTINDA),
CHIEF GAME WARDEN.

c.c.

Hon. J.M. Karuiki,
Ministry of Tourism & Wildife,
P.O. Box 30027,
NAIROBI.

Mr. Don hunt,
P.O. Box 288,
NANYUKI.

Game Warden,
P.O.Box 195,
NINYUKI.




C 0 PY.

....JULY 25,, 1970

/-. The Assistant Minister for Wildlife & Tourism
* Ministry of Tourism & Wildlife,
Wx 30027,
Nairobi
Kenya.

Dear Mr. Kariuki,

I have spend some time thinking about your great project at your
farm. It A going to be a lo ely spot.

The specifications on our fencing are:

1. 6' chain link, gauge 12 (I reccomend heavier if available)
2 3 strands of 8 gauge straining wire.
3. 9' to 10' cedar fence posts with 7i above ground. The fence
posts should be speced 12' apart. The diameter of the posts should
be 7" to 8"
4L Corner posts should be 15" cedar.
5. Straining posts should also be 15" cedar and spaced so as to
allow sufficient straining.

Stage 1
Lay all posts, then strain and attach straining wires. Then affix
chain link fence to the straining wires and posts. Six inches of
chain link should be buried in the ground with 5Y2 above ground.

Stage 2
Affix 6 strands of barbed wire at the top of the fence to a height
of 7', This will give you 530 of chain link with 1i' of barbed wire.
We find this sufficient to hold all of our game including high
jumping Impala and Eland.

I am enclosing a drawing of the proposed site. You will notice that
in addition to your border fences, I reccomend another fence (Fence B)
through the center of the boma with a gate. This gate would be left
open most of the year but would allow you, at least twice a year to
move all the animals into section 1 while you burn section 2 and
viceversa. This is necessary to control parasites. Also, I would urge
you to give as much area as possible to section 2 as theX area where
you now have young calves is the very best for plains game.

When you start your feincing, if you wou 'ld like to send over your
man, I would be happy to showX him our game fence.

I will work with The Chief Game Warden on the animal side of your
project.

Iris and I both send our thanks to you and Mrs. Kiriuki for your
hospitality and hope to see you at the club one of these days.


Fours sincerely,




DON HUNT


C.Co The Chief Game Warden.





C O P Y.


July 25, 1970
The Chief Game Warden,
Box 241,
Nairobi
Kenya.

Dear Mr. Mutinda,

Yesterday I met with your Minister, Mr. Kariuki at his farm at
Gil Gil. I must say it is a beautiful spot*

14r. Kariuki and I spent the better part of the day supyeying the
grounds and did find an excellent location for his Wildlife project.
You may recall from your visit, a huge rock cliff running a good
length of the property behind the dairy. This would form an excellent
barrier-boundary for one side of the p rk and Mr. Kariuki would like
to use game-ranch type fencing for the other three eides. We are
sending him specifications on this.

The park will be large enough to allow quite a bit of free ranging
game and will include a large guest house# I think it:could be a
very worthwhile and meaningful project. As I told you, we will
be happy to asist the Minister in collection and acclimatization of
game. 'he game, I feel should be kept here for acclimatization
and should be thoroughly tame before going to Gil Gil and we have
offered to receive one of Mr, Kariukits men here for training*

The proposed site is large enough and varied in terrain and
cover so as to allow the keeping of forest and plains game together.

I wouUl be grateful for a letter and instructions to game
department Nanyuki to allow the acquisition of game requested for
the projecy4

Yours sinccerely,



Don Hunt.


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SDON HUNT, PRESIDENT
BOX 7560
NAIROBI, KENYA

18th November, 1969.


Major Rodney Elliot,
Divisional Game Warden,
Game Department,
P.O0. MARALAL


Dear Major Elliot,

This is to confirm receipt of your letters dated August 7
and 12. I apologise for the delay in answering but have been
away on safari.

I do agree that 12 deaths out of 44 is extremely high. I do
not agree that using the systems which are known to work" would
have worked. As you can appreciate, the only way to entirely avoid ..i......
kicking is to make a series of Zebra pens which hold one zebra each.
This is not feasible nor do I know of anyone who has ever done it.

In any event, no one is more sorry that I at the heavy losses.
Our man in charge of the pfject is no longer with us.

The elandshanded over to Barry White are at the Mount Kenya Game
Ranch and doing very well as are the leopards collected from
Mr. Evans in Rumuruti.

'I would be grateful if you could send down the 4 Grevy skins along
With a permit with Julian when he next passes through.

regards,




Don Hunt.


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Narden Bussum [Holland),,
69 V.D. Helstland,
HOLLAND

Dear Sir,

We write to introduce ourselves to you as a newly created
organization, whose task will be trapping of: Monkeys, Baboons
Bsh babies. We will stock these animals on our 10 acre farm
tectres) where we have our resident Veterinarian, who will give
'C.- cal care to these animals until exported. Our animals will be
AE-"'r research purpose overseas and will not whatsoever be sold as
'e ts. Our Organization has two objectives:-

1. To satisfy our customers by:-
(a) supply them with healthy animals.
(b) Offering our animals at competitive price; reasonable
lower rates as compared to other suppliers.
S 2. To keep our animals in their natural habitat until they are
i air freighted to consignees.

S 3. To do business acceptable to both ourselves and tbebuyer.
I We will keep large stocks so that we are able to supply anima s
immediately on request, and we will replace animals which may die
on arrival.

Please try us, and we can assure you that you will enjoy working
with us as we will too. We will work with you to your convenience.
S Our price list and bronchure is on the way to you and we hope
r that upon receipt of these items, you will write to us so that we can
'\get into business arrangements with you.

.T JYours faithfully,
V Xfor & on behalf of M/S Animal Farm (K) Ltd.



M. S. WANGARI
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CONFIDENTIAL 3 October. 1979

Mr. N. Goss$
Senior Varden,
Anti Poaching Unit,
Box 197,
NGOEG


Dear Ted,

MW 738
Corporal Joseph Rotich
Hase.

Please find attached some information for you to
follow up anmi verify.


SineerelyA



R.T. Elliott

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2. VEHICLE KPN 738

This vehici was intercepted at a point between Archers
Post and Isiolo, sometime between October and November,
1976 by Anti-poaching Unit Personel under the commend of
one Cpl. Joseph Rotich Mase. The vehicle contained 33
elephant tusks. The three occupants and the vehicle were
detained and were later released. Cpl. Rotich is now
with APU Isiolo. Mr. Keilla was in charge of the Unit
then.
4. GAME TROPHIES
Many trophies received as exhibits from game authorities
while operating in Garissa were never accounted for,
during the period 1975 1976 1977. The tropies (mainly
elephant) were taken to Garissa Police as exhibits in
various game cases. The trophies were never accounted for.
This at one time resulted into attempted physical conflict
between the authorities. This issue is well known all
over AMd 1he'Garissa Register inbcates all the trophies
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RBi ILLEGAL TROPHIES


ITOYOTTA LANDCRUICER ,NO.KJP 440


I would like to draw your attention to a long pending case
involving a vehicle No.KJP 440 Toyota Land Cruiser. The vehicle
was found carrying One Hundred Seven (107) Elephant Tusks and
Seventy Five (75) Dikdik horns on the 2nd July, 1977. The matter
was lateX handed over to the Police for their investigations.

Although it is now over One half (If) years, I am sorry to
afor you that we have not heard anything officially concerning
the case frca the Police.

This is now putting me in a difficult position.

(a) It makes it hard for me to dispose of the trophies
for the case if not officially finalized.

(b) We have many trophies coming in from time to time
froa other operations, and this makes the storage
facilities crowded.

therefore, could we please be enlightened over the matter
urgently to make us know why the case is taking too long.



P. IV -A KIA HO I
( P. NYAKIAMO )
WA RPBqI N-GHARF
UARISSA STATION

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North Bastarn Province,
P.O. .BOX 2
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,,/UoM Director,
Wildlife;,Conservation &
Managent Department,
P.O. Bex 40241,
NAIWOBI


3/. Officer Commanding Police Division,
Garissa Division,
P.O. Box 2,
GARISSA.

4. The Senior Warden
North Eastern Division,
P.O. BOX 58,
GA? ISSA.


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CONFIDENT TIAL

,,1rT \T CCRO(R L L(... OIY,. L0,;. :hI.
B -T/9237.

I arrive at ,-'nKiLnna Gjie station on 'th Set.'br, 197S.

I w &s in ch0r.e of 1the r ii or-s and the ;%.. ..I:' for bout
15 .. During this tire it w<-.s rmy duty tB; i3sue t7 e V-;. rc: rs frJ'
-.: ;-,riioury to the rancg.,rs. The firxa.rrs wvere shot ui 375
r\,, and I. .'; It caic to i.' notice It th.e r g cr turw t
Swat ... when I asked the. ,' they said they lad shot it or thi ? t.
Sthe'; s:.id I would not is--uc them irearmas a. -i
w e (3) ,,..ro ,'T/NO 5:"7'..Y

(2) Ojijo. /

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515t1h Febru-'ry, 79.

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1 (1) It wiill be noticed th1at the calibre o:f te V2n i t'
stations are identical to the sizes of a n :. it.in fo, nd at t c, sce-
ot- te lorry which turned over on the ray "ron L to 'rr.

Thk.,re is a h.... c ll d v: ,ho :: r'.. ).
Game sta tio;ns hass be tr.:nsfered to ;i. [a. r, '..n.c'r .... or -
to have beei involved in sup, lyin the o;.'Iunition. iio-c.,r 'e ,
intero .,ted b)y CI... to i avail.

it further a.. .'s that the as sistant '.aren 1--,.i.n. nd
1. 0 ,ly garden rivindi.'.'' of Meru st tion ;knevw ,4Ctt rC:t o *7
0110
oni.

The reco. :end,'tioa is that Kinna station bL. closed e.:'n.
hVQ a1r,,I.ady p1-t this to the rector who wants the reoj .
wr.itin.
(2) Majr i. :.rati Incident. See attVcha.' st,,.tee'nt fro
Lururibeni. It zt*>? e:,"rs the ar1my p)rtic'i,.rly 7 i I.R. z.re sti.l invov -.
in) tin ':-je so:. , ;n j e , .. *] ,:, .ily trar ssj.rt ..rd
:.:..::nitit "n to 1,o.'lis fro) 'r.m>,tieith arc-. Th'e vJlii(c- cl3ti; ;n
.o 27 K... 3S shlioul have its v tor ichet checked.

(3) 41 .Iep'.. tusks and 6 rifl.:s Cv-re i :y
wnris-a cr n' ers. So f-.r not reported to me I.' Cor-crl '*-.id --r
'* ~u C" lo. wi ]th .e "r d J .,.,.
&st/1./I *' I am c ; A .. .. r e'ra en Gari,?,:'.

(4) Corpor. 1 Samboi his boo P:Uar, .: :jain ." lice
for ,ath1 of e.c d ta ls i i f ,.idic1 jar ",vit-!. ;tbe Ci', '. -,
jai.ed for two ..ars for this offer-7c. t.IF,1 hp;" ". ,

(5) cti-, 'n 5 o, s loc.l ; .. p ply to t 1-. .. .le ct. r.....'r. ).

i(6) ,,. "el Lo, tit cas- wth cactvdn is-o: T -s a is ,nc: Ten thousands soiilinj and Loo;.tit aund Rirs1 .,r, to be
ac aetedrn.. ,^01 at T '-us. obta inec ./j1 a-nd recharied the "c,'X '
in ci>:ereno court. .case bal s e'n adjourned to 9th .rch '79, It
i,; obvious tha t this case has ben fid for tlhe :4-9=bi a
iliterate Mcs.ia& tthe bln so tV',, s- t7 t the j-,r 7icc.r L.
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8th March, 1979





STATEMENT ABOUT THE BOAT THAT SANK



I, Joseph Kisila TTutunga a ranger stationed at Shimoni/
Kisite park, do state that on 2/2/79 at about 10.00 a.m.
we went on patrol to the Marine National park Kisite as usual,
we saw a dhow (boat) and asked the occupants to produce
entrance fee as they were already in the National park.
When we asked them to produce entrance tickets the said they
didn't have any, so we arrested them. When we checked what
was in the dhow we found they had cargo and tied their dhow
to our station and began towing it.

The leader Tlohamed Dosa tried to bribe our Corporal
with Shs. 2,000/- Tanzanian currency and we refused, he said
he won't go to Shimoni station when alive. He swore to sink
his dhow. We then removed him from his dhow to our boat,
weeprceded to Shimoni, but just before arriving at Shimoni,
one of Dosa's colleggues:iemoved the sea cork of the dhow
and the boat started sinking.

During that period of sinking we saved all the people,
3 bags of tobacco, one Philips radio and that is all.

When we arrived in the station all those occupants paid
park entrance fees and these goods were taken-to Customs
officer together with the people.


That is all.




NAM: JOSEPH KISILA MUJTUNGA

SIGNATURE:_________


DATE:









8th March, 1979


STATEYIMT ABOUT THE BOAT THAT SANK



I, Corporal Francis WVambua Kimanga do hereby stat that
I am an employee of Department of Conservation and Manage-
ment stationed at Kisite/Mpunguti Marine park.

I, as the acting sergeant say that on 2/2/79 at about
12.30 p.m. nine people were brought to me by Corporal Aden.
Four people were Kenyans and five were Tanzanians. They were
brought with 3 sacks of tobacco and one Philips radio and Ta
Tanzanian K Sh, 2J000/- I was with them for a little while
and the Warden came and handed the case to him.

The Warden fined them K sh. 80/- as entrance fees and
immediately the Warden handed the culprits and their belongings
that is, 3 sanks of tobacco, and:i.a radio to the Customs officer.

VWhat happened after these people were taken to Customs
people I don't know.



That is all I know.


NAME: FRANCIS "MABUA KIMANGA

SIGNATURE: _____,___


DATE:






STATEMENT ABOUT THE DHOW THAT SUNK

I cpl. Aden Ibrahim do hereby state that, I am a ranger
stationed at Kisite/Mpunguti Marine National Park. This is
what happened on thd 2nd February, 1979.

At about 9.30 we were checking buoys and normal patrols
in the National Park. We were seven in our boat. Then in
the Park we saw a boat carrying luggage. We stopped the
boat and asked them where they were coming from they said
that they were coming from Tanzania. We asked them do you
know that this is a National Park and no trespass they
replied "We know it is a Park but we were hiding ourselves
because this is a short cut.

In the boat there were sufurias, 21 bags of dengu, one
Phillips radio and 3 bags of tobacco. So after checking
and found that they had no receipts for entrance charges we
arrested them and tied their dhow to our boat and towed
it. The leader Mohammed Dosa and his 8 men crew said they
would rather die rather than taken to Shimoni.
About 1v km. from the station they removed the drain cork
from their dhow and the dhow began sinking* We hurried by
and cut the towing rope from our boat because our boat
was sinking too. In the process we recovered 3 bags of
tobacco and one radio (phillips). We also arrested the
culprits who were now drowning and others busy swimming away.

The leader tried to bribe me with 2000/- Tanzania currency
but I refused. I took the money plus the culprits to
the Warden.

Later they were charged and paid 80/- for entering the
Parks unlawfully. From there I don't know what happened.




SIGNED

Cpl. ADAN IBRAHIM


8/3/79







STATEMENT X ABOUT TIHE DHOW THAT SUNK


I Stephen Karanja is a ranger stationed at Kisite/
Mpunguti ii/Park Shimoni and do hereby state that at
about 9.30 a.m. on 2/2/79 we were 7 people patrolling
in the Park. We saw a dhow in the Park which had 9
people we asked them if they had any entrance tickets
they said no, so we arrested them. We tied the dhow to
our boat and began towing it, but just before arri'Ving
at the station about l- km, the occupants removed the
drain cork and the dhow began sinking. We managed to
recover one radio 3 sacks of tobacco and managed to
save the occupants.

At the station we met Cpl. Wambua and handed the case
to him because the Warden was not in. We left them
with Opl. Wambua and immediately the Warden came and
changed them and they paid entrance fee later they were
taken to customs Department for further action as they
were carrying smuggled goods.

I do not know what happened to them when they were
taken by customs officials. I didn't see any tusks
but I only heard one of the occupants say about the
dhow sinking and the "pembe" disappearing. Everything
was tied in the sacks and it was therefore difficult
to see the contents inside and moreover the dhow was
sinking.



SIGNED
STEPHEN KARANJA
8/3/79







STATEMENT ABOUT THE BOAT THAT SUMK


I George Orwo is a ranger stationed at Kisite Marine
Park, do herby state that I and 6 others we wnt to
the National Park to check the buoys and do our usual
patrol,

It was about 9.30. am. when we left the station and
about 30 minutes later we sighted a dhow at the
National Park so we stopped it for checking. They
didn't have any entrance tickets, they were 9 people
so we arrested all of them. Tied their dhow to our
boat and began towing. In the dhow there were 3 sacks
of tolracco 1 radio and some sacks of dengu that is
all I know there was.

The ranger in charge was Cpl. Aden Ibrahim questioned
Mohammed Dosa who was the owner of the voat and the
leader of the gang. He said he won't go to Shimoni
alive or his boat won't reach Shimoni either. He
tried to bribe the Cpl* but the Cpl. refused. About
l- km. to Shimoni the leader ordered his men to
remove the cork and the dhiw after some minutes
began sinking and the occupants began swimming running
away from us. We chased khem and arrested all.

We also recovered from the sinking boat 3 bags
of tobacco, one radio. At the station they were
changed and paid entrance fee.

They were later taken to customs Department for
further action.

And that is all I know.




SIGNED
GEORGE ORWA
8/3/79








7th March, 1979


STATE1NT BY ABDALLAA KASS114 MVWADNI

COrAIN AT KISITE ON 5TH MIRCH, 1"7^

AT MOMBASA DIV. HQS.

I am a coxwain at Kisite/Mpunguti Marine Park. I
have worked as a coxwain for about 5 years (five).

I cannot remember the date but we left station hqs.
at around 9*00 a.me for patrol within the Marine Park.
Opl* Aden Ibrahimnwas in-charge of the patrol. We
were with Mutinga, Karanja, AM, I cannot remember the rests

While we were still patrolling the Park between
9.00 a.m. and 10.00 aam, I saw a dhow (dhow)within the
Park. I then told Cpl# Aden who instructed me to lead
for the dhows When we reached along side the dhow, Cpl
Aden and other rangers boarded it, I heard Cpl. Aden
say in Kis-"a-ili "'iko Ineno', Cpl* Aden thdncbrought the
leader of the dhow to our boat where we were about nine
(9) men in the dhow,

Cpl. Aden then instructed me to tie a towing rope
to the dhow and tow it to the station hqs. I then started
to wing it. After passing Shimoni Channel, their
leader who was in our boat gave instructions to others
who were in the dhow and I heard him say that they
will never get to Shimoni and that they would rather die.
Immediately the dhow started to sink and all the
occupants jumped into the water, I had.to act quickly
lest we also sink, So I cut the towing rope, the dhow
sunk, I then collected the people who had jumped into
the water and headed for station hqs, The men together
with three sacks full of Tobacco were handed over to the
Warden. That is all,



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I Lerumben Lenjitin a Field A.dlst.-nt Est. No. 5671 stationed at Ma.adi,
Do state thatl-

On the 1st of February, 1976, when I was serving; under Kr. Keillep at Isiolo Anti Poac-
--bing Unit# an operation was planned by Mr. Keillere The oper tion instructions were
for Mr. 0.le with 20 rangers to go to Garba Tull*. I was instructed to go to Kipsiy
Area and Kamba. I set off with my men 1 8 avm. on the 4th of February. We got a. I
li amburu Lodge when the differential pinion broke@


^ I tried to contact Mr. Keiller on the radio but was told he had gone to Nerur but
^ would be coming backed


I then doci ied to return to Isiolo to collect another differential pinion.


I returned in the Land Rover with driver Lokit Imor-in (Greently in Ps-ao ueat) and
two r -ngers Iepario and Dabaso Lekellele. This was about 12 noon when got to the
Anti Poachine Unit camp iate. I met a ranger called Letitroi Lekosana, He refused
to let me through the the barrier when I asked him why not he said Keiller had
L\ instructed him not tolet any vehicles through the Z-te, I sid even Anti Poachil_-
\ vehicles, he said yea* Thenwhen I saw he was bejin so insistent I got out of the Land
HovEr. I L4ked where e Kr. Keiller was and I w-s told he was in the office. I walked
from the barrier to the office1 where I found 3 private Toyota Land Cruisers and
Kr. Keillers private oar. Two of the Land Cruisers had ivory in the back. Mr. KeiIli
was in the store with 7 Indians, and when hl mw me he ccn.out shouting and swtearirv.
at me -x.nl asking me-why I returned without telling him. I told him I had sent a r message* He then said whey didn't I wait for oonfivmwtione Then he threatened to sh
shoot me with his pistol, I also became angry and told him to go a head and. shoot me,.


I went on to ask him, why he was loading ivorq in private Toyots belongini- to Indian
I':s reply was, he was sending it to the Game Department headquarters in Nairobi*
I asked him why in private vehicles when there were several Anti Po-ohing Unit
vehicles available at this point. I said he was a thief* It was obvious he was
selling ivory to the Indians and I wanted to arrest him and take him to the Police.
He then said if I felt so bad about it, I should unload the vehicles into the store
particularly since I did not believe they were goinj to Nairobi*




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Present at thiz argument were rniZers Letingoig Lepario, D boso Lekellele and
driver Imongi. I did not know the Indians, but I can identify one of them in Meruv
There wcre 310 tusks on the ground outside and loaded in the vehicles I then
returned all these tusks to the sLore and. told the Inriiins to So, I told Hr. Keiller
I !'..id returned 310 tusks to the store. I was oin, back on Sfa.'i but when I

returned I would check if the tusks were still in the store.


He -! en told ae to take the lorry ijior. out of the store and -o back on operations


We continued with the operation and on retur.tin' Robert Ondiek told me Mrs Keiller
wanted to see me*


SIn the of 'ice I found Mro 4eilleq Robert# and )A1e, He told me to forest about xhY
I had seen in the presence of 0 -le and Ondiek afew days later lr. JIoro..o came wi
Mr. Murit*i andi ZtNole. Mr. Ujoroju found the tusks in the store ind asked

Mr. Keiller why t*.here were no numbers on them*


He said hs had been too busy* Mr* Njoroe 'isAid it was now 1976 and tusks hid not
been recoraeed from 1975..


He said he wanted the tusks numbered and entered in the register, fhis was done
starting from 6 am* the following: day.


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Date: 23rd October, 1979


J. IRWIN


Subject: GK 256 F


The above vehicle is lying in a dismantled state in a garage in Adams
Arcade (as a result of information I (4id with Mr. G. lent4kv 4,).
I will give'you further information regarding the owners of the
garage at a later stage.
The chassis and engine numbers do not agree with those supplied by
the Registrar of Motor Vehicles as being of G.K. 256 F. Mr. Sindiyo
has written to Mr. M. Keiller who was in charge of this vehicle for
an explanation. It seems the number plate is likely to be the only
part left of GK 256 F!



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, P.O. Box 44599,
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'I: 17.4.79


E. Goes, Es.e.,
Senior WardonU,
Anti Poaching Units,
Boole.


Dear Ted,
ie should discuss how.best to pursue statements No.1 and' 2
after getting respective riardens comments and instruct G. Leteipon
accordingly.
I will talk over statement No. 3 when we next have personal
contact.
Please verify present locations of other witnesses.

loursn sincerely,


2.T. Elliott.


o.C. C.I.D.,
Nairobi.


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CONFIDENTIAL.


0/o Solio fanoh Ltd.,
P.O. Box 2,
Naro ortu.


29.3.79.


P.J. Jenkins, Esq., M.B.B.


.OW. Woodleyt, Esq., .C., K.B..,






Dear Bill and Peter,


I am
Samboi. Any faots as to
was handed, will greatly
Phil Snyder and Ted Goss
Please treat as urgent.


trying to traoe the personal file of ex Cpl.
when you last saw this file and to whom it
assist me in running it to earth.
oannot help.


Yours very sincerely,






R.T. Elliott.








Meru Nat ional Park,

P.O. Box 151,

NANYUKI.

4th May, 1979.





Dear Rodney,

Thanks for your letter delivered by Ted yesterday with copies of ex-Ranger Samboi's
statements.

I am afraid that I do not know where Ranger Malason is, and no one here seems to
know of his whereabouts. Nor do I know -
i. The Indians/Goans mentioned
ii The Kamba skinners
iii The vehicle
iv Where Cpl. Wanjau and Game Scout Kariuki are

You will appreciate that this all occurred when the 2 Departments were entirely
separate and I had no jurisdiction at all in areas outside the Park.

I have tried to search for Samboi's file here but cannot find it. I do not remember
if it ever came back to me, but I do recall handing the entire file over to Bill
and he may be able to enlighten you. If it did come back here, it would appear
that it has been destroyed or it is possible that I have just not managed to locate
it. Mr. Nyeki-when he took over-decided that the filing system in force here which
was efficient, foolproof and simple & had been working satisfactorily both in this
Park and the Aberdares for the last 20 years was not good enough. He embarked on a
major re-organisation, the results of which are that nothing can be found, and every-
thing has been badly muddled up. To rectify this would take a number of weeks, &
with operational requirements I have not been able to get down to this.

Ranger Samboi was moved from Kinna Game Station by the Senior Warden Nyeri about
August 1976, just after the merger. I was investigating 3 Elephant which he had
killed outside the Park and had recovered a .375 bullet in one of them. He made
2 statements to me, the second one completely contradicting the first one; in the
second statement he admitted to shooting these 3 Elephant & alleged that this was
on instructions of an A/Warden Muthame (now dead). The original of this case
file was handed over to Mr. Kaitanny.
It is my understanding that he was suspended when he went to Divisional H.Q. & I
am not aware that this suspension was ever lifted, right up to the time of the Chas.
Harris Rhino incident.

I would think that Mr. Munge would be able to tell you where the Rangers are.

I gave Ted a letter for you, which I wrote before he arrived; I now realise that
he will probably not be back in Nairobi until Sat. p.m. so I attach herewith an
original copy so that you are completely up to date. Mike is due here this a.m.
flying up with Ali Wazir to have a look around but he tells me he has been clearly
told his move is permanent. He is obviously also in a difficult position as he
will want to know what to do with his gear. The whole thing is very unsatisfactory
from the p.o.v. of both of us but clearly if Sindiyo says it is permanent and I have
to pack my kit and hand over completely then I have no option other than to comply
I am convinced that the present tactics are designed to mess me around as much as
possible. As you know, I have been through all this before when I was meant to
go to the Planning Unit and Sindiyo was at the meeting where Komora gave me to




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understand that the house which David occupied went with that appointment, as I
was in effect replacing him. Sindiyo promptly moved into it himself, and told
me to make my own arrangements.

I could make my own arrangements now if I knew where I was going.'

If the Samboi file turns up, and I have put somebody on to all the offices to
search I will leave this with Jack when I go on leave.

Yours


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owr Phil,

AttelMA im a statenat fllevant to vea areas

I am tolt it wili be a aut of tiUe at thta point
ia quomtionaing Cp VajN- or ame Sentt KariCi in etly am
Uthr involvement ie too rea&tI but to lam$t* to MA use
JJrm to go iato our t activities is a possibility.

I have same at' oftel witnesses who may cooperate
and who can be qw-ti*a-.

Thin m7 tis In aad relate to our-t 1976/79 Peetaing
aotUVLtLOO Perons z:emtlv arrstoed tof killings the two Mine
q&t knu mere witae and be pzopaved to tUU.









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C.0o i(o. Kaoe.1.oy

2Vn'6 Mest National Pazk.


Senier MartenCO
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Pd,,. Jetina, h4S.t
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^ has Peter,
I Moleo two at*0 teat Ot ex Cptl. SaseS nd will be
S glat if you i v11 ocaumt on aoh atateumat, aMd if y a wi h to Uo the
C.I.D., Xislo., oe silwben, please do ao, but eadeavour to keep
Sciroulati-a of the stateua' t oa a. s iotle y satfidoatlal mat lntlted.
b asi mintil we hawe Ihad time to zreortd fletmats from the ethes po ,e
cmat. Pewbl$ yo u mawy be able to throw additional light *a the potals..
Z : qt .!, q~A~m eas osateneato

,:t..i',,wl o.n jfl
a) ft1 ft. W-a or Qohms. mantiond? It 0MB0 likll that
_^^R jroB3Me s,. -GJAomt l4Kpjt MW GkftimU or New&a Comlyj Commtil
*ma y km hi- or thea. It is poaaible he di4 siIn aft the
*atssflt Aresa bek at Nun Statica.
b) Ritle time 4kaab& skiners.
a^ k ) tf Wmil shokeif omtt iM-.aivom to a" if iJ1600tS isautl in
in? r1977 nba oh 10u liht ea the pOReseig a tie in With


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a) thso mnayweall be man Ilasm sought at Na1oel In 197?.



b) -Be gea know Op. Veaul Gmame souol KarltiiAn ft* they we aem?
o) I have a-ei of other possible witanlssem A Wn i t2 to pt state'
seats off te ian de cursae.
to dJ*o' in oat noyw.oit
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egg Is ., wo". to sm at er next, etsaeot.
.. 5. Lttipa. To discums caose of cAtl e with X. o RJ.

o.o. w.. Veood.lq. Pr joee oOmats and follow Bp.

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R, 1NFOBMATMIW GATIREmD FR mASLA .N .,.iaLATA.
I wo on foot patrol *ha I Intersected a dead elepat at
Totu Forest KaOti hose tasks Iok to okaotL QaM out post. latex
reported the matter to flfinangs pollcO post bhNe, the tia*s
WMae Shifted to. Aftex SAfoubel the Wa&xde Ur. Gsrego, h sent a t
veex with Driver John and aag Joeph to 60llent the tisks. IN
p.olie Kirinyga banded owe the tasks tgefte with a lopArd %I
kiae We delivered the ga9M trophies to r. GAuoseos hose.
A e.chif Jereiah Nyagah bought & eoapaia aboat rhio
eaasiag damage to his crops. a gew Kataubo ad so were Mset to the
*oDn wereby we shot the rhino ad took the horns to Mt. Gsuerzo'a
home in the might as per his instruction.

Cepo"rl Sau& following Mr.* GuOero' eodr sb hot e lepbb-
ats using a .458 rifle ned by a civilian 1. IfMrioM I of Ocb towe.
Acting on these orders, corporax Saibol ws on iaterdictie but Bus
obeying prole t.at his iatrdictirs wld be up lifted. The
killing l1rUd out and Wardem Gusero gav serzgeant Kurukusa a .375
rifle to be the one sedo for killing. Ahe sergeant refused the induce
as he wMs also eoa inatardicteo.






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April 13th 137. 11.30 Hre.

Ix Cpl. Seoboi Mairaagai, lately of the Wildlife Conservation and
'naemfesnt Department, statesi-

Swas at Ki-tuna Outpost of MNra Warden in 1977, wander a r-.
Ruleova, and I had erdera to hoot any Elephant outside of the Park
meant to be erop raiding. These with big tasks would be exchanged for
thaou with small tuska brought by Mr. aleove from the r au Statica, whe
would some with an Indaa (perhaps ftrom Kisum). I do- not know tksi
aIndiaa' nom, bat I oan know hiLm if I see him again. 1e i like a
Goa to look at* This sa&= Indian would ome with & green piek-up (Batsun?)
together with two other IndianM and two Wakamb skinners. Thoky would
aom to me at iLana Outpost, with a liooeoo tu shoot two Zebra, but
Mr. Xulova would tell e to allow then to skeet four extra SObraz& to
total six 4e &a. 5e, Er. Kulova WouB& tell to go with thuL- to show
them where to find hs Zebra to shoot. Itdo not knod the names of the
Kaamba skinner bat oould kmow them if I see them again. Tkhey were dressed
as "Aaaa. The sIkines would skin and salt the Zebra skins and then
put the under their tenatage aad go aay with thorm. (This all ooeured
while ftomol was the Se-noaer wardea at Nyeo). tkey Md not sign the
book at ina, a- Mr. El4ova said they were not to sign as they had
already signed at Berm Station.

this is all I recall for now that occured at iana Outpoat.*

BigAid byti IEBEMI B.2.A.

RCAMks byu R.T. Elliott
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S" I now remember on one ecoaeion while Z was at K.lAa, a Meo-
driver whose nam I forget at this moment, but who I know well, was
amt by the Senior Warden Oremoli together with his the Senior Warden's
Landroven with Game Soout Kauiraki frou Mlaringato, to come to mA at
Kilaaa to shoot Zebra for Oromel. We had orders to ahoot many bat only
managed to get two.

eadt oaek and agreed. ignsed 831101.

Statement recordeod fyt ,t.T. ELLIOTT.

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S9nI, J. hat thros Ahiu. fm t 1* hi. he isac,.-q I shot iS Myeri
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this urn Sol. ap. bJa44 Ube is a 'a. m, -0o msk &t ... fow -t.
m"IB. Oa" f at ol*flgw of "t AAa. s mU tlf. ame Seat xaint
&i*e a XilBgr, also 4"st tewy XKWWA, eaA stmoA t%* shet items is
th beust sax to itS St. Jobs XU (NIbatmba) -U al. shooting Sfe
Mr.. news, f-e X m nt ,lo tLIa tae s o to Xairobi fwr male.

0O1 anethe taa Je. saon seat ao to f latie e't tSo hbat
for Niepheat to shat. 'e told a t*M *XW' %4AUL the ijyajy
1 a"0t two (pbeat %qM tUe Ivory am nibls te4 faa Baala* I, livt
iLth a le. IRuithi Xgafts she ha d Ji3T35 r1isA thie m was daing Ult
UMOUa". I eat Gmite. e Pet a (beYst CA41st teMUM&ui Xaatina)
loptheo .4th Gme Seot Kmnimbi sa" ae'skt twe amenM ieasar t herm.
Ktmk4 satid ritg up fo* a vbiele. ftss Rsacato *at this wseA eMMs
aM tawk t"e iinq to thee Re a .44 telpbmme fzre the ftirmt Dopart-
aet. be vhikos wmoal4A some by 511 Hr. ees umse as6m4 m t this
AL. La' qt have ao maW th, or X vii *ae jon.

I tit4 M !" Ckteflon Mes is of laria ithi easoortiag &
tamW eAXr; patti Snr OsrMI al, a E. MeOleU 6*4 tSJImean to spt
-e pasUtloA to te tbis eW tree the SeIOe viax&m. us. tOOC4lq also
eaw what I ume 4ASi, butt mr. 1toMr bielievwe I IMb beea tluing ft.
Nrita what was aMnmlag eat he eteet q1 salay sheet this ties, fto
six -maths. V'?h was a14 betam Sq i *Ala m."

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"Ge ad. *islit ablue, vS $=& p ycr Ie3g tanth Wt I Vil OLn you year
eIeq eaiai'M tI t Woe WWbUA WO Cmight ahootiaS the RAis.

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]x CpJ. Setosi Iairaagsi stat-s;-

I ala, know that Game Beent Ealaaom, a aanbury ex twaral,
who I believe sw may be at Imialo Station, oan aseist you with maze
informaiioa, a- he kAnwm all beeat ,. iu.era's ativities.
KaJLAon was seen anae by Park Rangers aft4t sOm shooting had geM oa.
I ]mpw that Weaj a om tiel you of an Elephant killed at
XlWade.uO.
The QGam .Sooat iamasi ac /o / lummoo a tamkaa, Lwas alao taken
,U to scaurt fr this Bhin. aloe.
Oplt. Kena lam refused to seoperate with Mr. [mCru aa&d h&A hi.
salary stopped. It wasu' ol neeotly .restord. by the new Wardez.1"

batd back adt agreed. 81i Sgad 530I1.
Itateesat needed by N.T. ELLIOTT.
Witnessed by LJ.P. SS-TS.








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8th caMbWr, 78




enalor Warden,
Anti-Poaching Unit Uq.,
P,3 'ox 2 O"810,
K A A E N.

APU ISOLD STORES PHYSIC.ALCEC .. .


Refer to the misting held in our confowe roam on 10th
NowBbar, 1978 which mas chaired by Mr. H.C. Kimeriah.

Present at the meeting were:-

Mr. E.C. Gose Senior Warden APU
Mr. Leteipan Warden APU
Mr. Mwargi Warden APU
Mr. tMatiesas Assistant Warden Tavo West. : '"
Mr. A.I. Gwachihi Accountant HQ*

Tha meeting discussed the financial position of the .PUJ ind'
it ws found out that various items had been overspent, and that
there were alot of goods ordered hiOch had not been paid for,

It was therefore decided that physical check of the itqm.
ordred for be made, to ascertain how they were dealt with. It
was also decided that. I Mr. Maties, Mr, Bemngi and Mr. Loteipan
do meat at I4olo on 15th November, 1978.

1 rnorted to the station on 13 November, 1978, aid eagreed
with the Warden that I should continue with the check vihie we
ware waiting for the other people to arrive on 15th November, 1978.

The other people did not arrive as agreed but I did my
checking and found out the following:-

ardtersd Invoiced Raceived ShortaDe Prime Awoant of

12 Date v4ves 12 6 75/- 4 8 75/. 600.00
5 Tube lights 5 @ 35/- 3 2 35/. ?D.O0
2 oeBdo cables 2 8 7/50 1 1 76/50 76.50
4 Generator
amsturs 4 8 200/. 2 2 200/- 400.00
4 Ignition coils 4 @ a/w 2 2 125/a 250. 00.
a LC-t0tes Ii8apiz a 10/i 4 4 10/. 40,00
4 Tinrr vim 4 0 3/- 2 2 3/ 6.o00
20 Nipples 20 6 7/50 10 10 7/SQ 75.00

Considering the balwce in the Vote book the following
wnounts should be provided to mest the unpaid bills:-


Maintename of Buildings





4. -,-b


2


Balance as per vote book
Jutstaning bills

Conservancy

ealance as spar Vote Dook
Outstanding Cills

"1bnning Expenses of Vehicles

Oplence as per Vo :e 'oak
Outspending bills.


Electricity


balance as per Vota Book
Outstanding bills

r'ravelling and Accommoncation
rotal requirements


tWh4 4,464.00
&8154.85


Ni. 2,t63.80
4.440.50.


Kha. 15,451.80
91.175.45



W6. 2,814.95
5.549.00


Amounts
33R9ir85e
33,p&90.85


7,004.50


75,723.55


2,734.05


44,000.Qa

153.153.05


I suggest that an A.I.E. be issued for the aount statsd
above, Then a letter be written to Mr. Matias to explain overexpenditure
and the un-eccounted for orders. If no good explanation is given then
he should be surcharged for the amount of tths. 25,495 25, unacounted
for end the overexpenditure.

rhe question of the water pump was not settled as it was ,.
agreed that since APU- Isiolo still needs a water pump, the company-
that supplied the water pump should be consulted, end if they can
supply another suitable water pump end take possesion of the other
wiLthout any'* loss, then, the Warden should go ahead and get another
pump. If there will be any loss on the return of the pump bought by
aJov MAaties, then Major tMatia-, should meet the loss.

I did not transfer any amounts charged Lo the wrong accounts.
This can be done by journal entries a- it is now difficult .o al *r
the L.P.Ob



fAor ,f '
for OI R C C T 0 R.






MINISTRY OF TOURISM AND WILDLIFE


It calling or telephoning ask
for........... ....................
Telephone: 2101, Karen
When replyin Iseiuote
Ref. No.
and date
Please address your reply to:-
The Senior Warden


WILDLIFE CONSERVATION AND
MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
ANTI POACHING UNIT HQS.
SP.O. Box 197
*^l NGONG HILLS
j13th June 79
........................................ 19 ......


SUCCEESES A.P.U.


The attached are the suooeses of the A.PoU. for its first six =nths
operation.


Although the Unit official started in July, 1978 it never
the field due to laok of personnel and equipment until the end of
This period therefore is from October 1978 to March 1979.


got into
september.


It should be noted that the strike force have been assisting all1 these
Units but mainly initially Manyani, Garissa, and laterly Meru. They were
directly responsible for 26 of the rifles, 185 tusks, 58 arrests.

The figures for April, May, June will come out at the end of this
month.










.GOSS)
A I0R WARDEN
AMUT ACHING UNIT HEADaJARTERS.
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lMk FAR Y_0mF A. PU.AC T?1.V I T IBRS


FOR THE PERIOD OCTOBER 1978 to MARCH 1979


ORIGINAL DIRECTOR
DUPLICATE- S. WARDEN
TRIPLICATE- REMAINS IN BOOK


ACTIVITY INICIATORS.


GARTISSA


Kilometres driven ............. 194249
Number of men patrolling ............28
" of Ltrs of petrol purchased ...4763
"of Diesel purchased ...........5161
"of Rnds of Amm. expended ........ -


N AROIC


34822
30
12257
2395


ISIOLO


12639.
25
780
900


U' N I T S
MRRU WAMBA


11622
125
3654
3267
162


- ~


2443
25

630


MAGADI NGAO
8300 140672
20 20
1511 3754
1097 6500


MANYANI


40369
30
16831
10223
617


MARSABIT


43307
10
459
371


TOTALS


488423 Kilometres
313 Men
44009 Ltrs.
30544 Ltrs .
779 Rounds


POACHING LEVEL INDICATORS.
Number of incident reported ........34 2 1 5 2 9 18 34 105
Number of encounters reported .*.....38 2 3 1 6 18 5 73
of Elephant Caskases found ........2 3 1 1 1 43 51
of Rhino carcases found.............- 6 18 24
of Giraffe found .................6 2 8 4 2 22
B of Hippo found ................... 1 1
Number of Cheetar found .............. 1


PERFORMANCE INDICATORS.
Number of arrests for period.........34 25 12 24 6 8 9 26 144
Number of acquitals for period _________ _
Number of cases still pending E U........ n D V A K1i T a A_ _ L U C1T u A 1 --__
1aber of conviction for period ......2 1 8 2 38 51
14ber of month of jail sentences
imposed for period............. 36 24 36 180 276
Number of fines paid for period... 1,800 1,800


TROPHIES RECOVERED
Number of Elephant tusks recovered..176 25 2 2 216 7 196 624 tisks
Kgm. of Ivory reuovered.......... 247 3 5 9851 1,240:5
Number of Rhino horns recovered... 22 1 64 tusks 8 31
not weighed
rith C.I.D.


Number of Firearms recovered
Rifles ..................... 30
Automatic Rifles............ -
Pistols Automatic.........**. -
S;.L.R. MAUAZINE. ...... ..... -
Ammunitions. ................. 407
Bandaliers*. "'***.***.'' '.*** -


VEHICLES RECOVERED
Cars. ......0 **oe*o**o.--..0*0 o-

Bicycle.....** *. .... ..... ... ..,


6



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a
1

102


1 Toyota/
Land/Cruis


15



106


29
2

5
918


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1 504
egout
L/Rover
2


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89
4
1
5
1,761 Rns
1


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3 Vehicles
2 Bicycles


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ANTI POACHING UNIT HSTADUA. P3RSONNTIL3.

NIK EST/NTO N


AM3S


Sergeant
Radio C-perator
Ranger/Orderly
Ranger/Orderly
Ranger/Storeman
Ranger
Ranger
Driver I
Driver II
Driver III
S/Staff
S/Staff
Driver II


19804
5843
8040
19182
6749
20746

2517
19765
18727
20951
20948
7878


Kuree Durugu
John Onyago
Kavisi Kitheka
Baraga Laramat
Snos Avungwi
S.K. Nganga
J. Nyakundi
Michael Thuo
NgonLa jaamaza
Samuel Rono
Ngunmat qporono
iibiro Loloititi
John IPburu


STRIKE FORCE-ANTI POACHING UNIT NGONG HQS.


Field Assistant
Sergeant
Ag. Corporal
Ag. Corporal
Ag. Sergeant
Corporal
Ranger
Range
Ranger
'p
i!
I
I!
'7
7'
I1



I?
7?
7'
'7
'3



tI

Driver
Driver
Corporal


5314
18701
19859
20221
19140
19782
18660
19472
18526
21284
21379
20709
20969
8951
20964
21070
18757
18753
18768
18773
18778
18780
18828
19177
20226
2826
2983
19784

5019


fiohamed Adan
Hussein Bulle
Ayub Gatheru
John Maingi
Losyai Apen
Rumuri Kinyaro
Boya Dogore
.enootonye Ntete
ftohamed Ahmed
Kalatya C. Mwongela
H.M, Mwanzia Kiilu
M, Njuguna
Robison M. Gathemi
Joseph Ndirangu
Willy J. Kiluvutu
Dominic M. Wambua
Mvie Tumbo
Richard Bleu
Nrori Cnoi Longogi
Lenyanyuki Kareita
Stephen Muuna
Kisyanga Maanda
Wako Kaleke
Malable Sanchir
Ekiani EdorLgonyi
Charles Maina
Jacob Srem
Mbuni Kalani
David Ngige
tohamed Ali


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.


R1


....... 2./


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MARSAX IT ANTI-POACHING UNIT


RANK


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.,
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.


Assistant Warden
Sergeant
Corporal
Corporal
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Driver
Driver


5ST/NO

8300
4927
5050
7594
9620
3059
3432
3434
6966
30C4
20152
21278
21170
5946
21198
21002
21232
21225
21235
21231
33.38
2222


*ANTI POACHING UNIT ISIOLO:


RANK
Warden
Assistant
Sergeant
Sergeant
Corporal
Ag. Cpl.
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
it


Rnge
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
I,




Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger

it
11
Rn


Warden


EST/TNO
5369
21187
5044
5089
5157
19542
2369
.3287
3288
6393
7349
6976
7751
8583
3286
19865
20697
7370
6756
7802
8114
9702
19375
19386
483
8053
21153
7506


NAMES
Benjamin M. Mwangi
Samuel Waiyaki
Philip Mwangi
Kabato Lokonelon
Losiria Achuka
Stephen Maina
Lenkilili Keneko
Mutei Lengila
Saile Lenatili
Mutuku J. Nddto
Mathewa Oluya
Lukunya Labarakwe
James Iyagoto
Mohamed -.bdi
Letingoi Lekusana
Mohamed Tandiko
Simon N, Kinyua
Silas Mbaya
John Rwengo Gitachu
Nelson 0. Njoga
Ahmed Korane
John K. Wanango
John M. Waithaka
Ndegwa Longo'i

Peter Owiti Koga
James 1. Boniface
Danson Konu


Yusufu Odhiambo
Ekitala Eporono
Juma Longolikiti
Gerald Murimi
George Olwenya
Lesama Lemurunya
Loloinet Lololipita
Kocheke Learge
Charles Nyakole
Ekosonu Itapar
Martin Akwe
Liplangati S.Nyachaye
Nelson Mbugwa
Francis Kimeya
Mugoh Issack
Titus Ilulwa
Stephen Kenoti
J oseph 1lusyokia
Benson Njuguna
Nlutisya Peter
Kiptoo Arap Koskei
'Yusuf Ismail


1
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9..
10.
11.
12.
13.
i14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
29.







RANK
Ranger
Ranger
Driver
Driver
Driver
Ranger


--3--
5ST/1NO
20730
21105
21121
9238
20219
19314


N IAME3
Danson D. Oturi
Charles Muriuki
John M. Fukira
David Wanjohi
John Kiplangati
Njoroge Kamau


29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.






1.
2.
.3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26
2


RANK


NAROK ANTI POACHING UNIT.
3ST/ITO/ T MzES


Assistant Warc en
Sergeant
Sergeant
Ranger
Ag. Corporal
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
I,
?i


6548
5183
4919
9443
7608
9439
8255
5296
20953
20737
20749
20714
20741
19538
29742
20770
20960


D. Nderitu
Jerso Guyo
Ekirinya Apetet
Donald K. Momanyi
Johnson Gichoki
Wilison Kamau
Ezekiel Ruto
James Rwoma
Fidelis Nwoki
WJambwa .Mwema
Justus Mesee
James Muregi
Jomines Kahiu
John Koowapi
William Malonza
Justus Mgwamba
Katana Ilgumbao


. . 4 b &


,ALKA YAKA AITTI POACHING UNIT:
RAI1K SEST/OIT N-.-- A1IES
Field Assistant 5841 Robert Ondiek Oyugi
Sergeant 20934 Edaya Lontonyo Kioko
Corporal 5004 Losolo Kuiya
Corporal 20105 John Chirchir
Ranger 9152 Peter N. Mwangi
Ranger 2918 Ekirf Kamale
Ranger 20721 Wilson Ngatia
21224 David Mwema
20763 Silas Murithi
21257 Johnson 0. Alianda
7153 Kiprotich Chipeengens
20759 Johnson Ole Dikir
21231 Joseph R. C. Mwingi
3412 Lekumiti Lepario
6970 Jurci Leseketeti
20752 Joseph Kanga
18940 Francis Guantai
1160 Kiprono Kirui
6 8454 Geofrey Mathenge
96960 Kariuki Joram
19446 Dube Dakota
18962 James Arot
3136 John L. Ngofia
7845 Benson Ndumba
20083 Rukanga Monganga


1.
.2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
1i.
16.
17.








-4- NAROK
EST/NO


18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.


RANK


Warden
Ass/Warden
Sgt.
Sgt.
Cpl.
Cpl.
Cpl.
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Sgt.
Cpl.
Ranger
Range:
Rangel

Ranger
Ranger


EST/NO


18701
8308
18956
19981
6076
396
7209
6035
2237
6555

6045
8115
7689
18724
18624
21097
20470
21063
20704
21265
20731
21096
6597
18586
5108
9206
8045
7375
9335
9250


Ranger 21221
Ranger 21220
Ranger 21223
Ranger 20712
Ranger 21239
Ranger 21248
Ranger 21258
Ranger 21263
Ranger 21317
Ranger 21270
Ranger 21227
Ranger 21531
Ranger 21316
Ranger 8136
Ranger 5216
Ranger 9242
Driver 2594
Driver
Driver 7569
Ranger/R.Cperator19248




GARISCA ANTI


RANK


NAMES


Benson M. Kasimu
Elvis muthernbwa
Joseph M. Muhia
Thairu Gedion
Francis I.ugive
Antony Gor
Charles Katana
Rfred K.M. Kipsigeu
Joseph 3aru
John K. Koskei
Nzau Melita
Samuel R. Murugu
Abraham Naigurke
IJicodeirus Kuira
3onface Ohonjo
David Ywaria
Elmada Tumbo
Kibii Arap Chirchir
J.M. Kagiri
Levi Natimenya




POACHING UIT.
NME.S

Aderson Koyo
Bashir Mohamed
Zzekeil Oduto
Abhdi Lugumba
Ell- Onano
Nwoki Nzau
Imani Fumao
Laba-n Endege
Eki.ano Epondo
Nlussein Haji
Justis T'lwangi
Samusl Ondienyi
Muhaned Kohia
.Tamrs lwithimbo
Shimo-Ini Amin
Kiplangati Chepkunri
Alfred Anyansa
Joram hbogo
James Dduogo
Willian Lekadelo
Charles Nakasi
Julius Kimoro
Joel Sanakita
PAbdiraham Samani
Driugo Warugongo
Ekai Esowoni
Murithi Mugai
Damas Oncicho
4brahimtn Cuhad i
Simon Ki.-onso
Leonard 3nchomba


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29
30.
31.















34.
35.
36.
37.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.


RANK
Field Assistar
Ag. Corporal
Ag. Corporal
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Driver
Driver
Sgt.


RAnK
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Driver
Driver
Driver
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger

Driver


MAG/'.DI A.FP.U.
3ST/NOC
at 5671
6 596i
19811
6530
13663
20957
20700
20738
20753
21115
21222
21214
21313
21234
21259
21273
21275
3542
13078
2421


-5-
EST/NO
9233
21250
2592
9151
9264
7840
20762
20748
21196
30971
18728
20703
21237

4915

21226
21565
21230
20729
21310
20104
20782


NAMES
Lemben Lanyatin
*.A4ib'% T6o'hoaned
Ikalia Chepkwony
Rayi,-od Njunge
Shadrack Kiptum
Jasper Murengi
David Ki;Drono
Dewreck Matheka
Stephen Thuku
Donald I. Musyoka
Peter Futhusi
Charles Changawa
Francis Kitili
Stephen Wanoike
Francis Kamau
Josea Ki-.kurui
3ernard Kurata
Mvwangi r-uturi
Francis Hokoya
Peter Chege


. . 6 . .


NAMES.
David Kibu:-ja
Samwel Murefu
Sik.,nga Kureson
Lukas YakC
Abdi Ilhaari
Joseph Fiyo
Benjamin Kiprotich
Jesea [choki
'Ibr-ahi. I 1-oor
Alfayo rCecha
Dickson Dunua
James Muchira
Erastus Mwaura
Joh Op. Mboya
r'acharia Mwangi
Ben Pussy
Vincent Kioko
Josplat Ibatha
John Karemi
Joseph Kinyanjui
Titus Mwaura
Roraani Kidiwa
i6TiMf'd H. Osman


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.


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A.,?! FOI'P.CHINC UNIT DMUKrO .2


NAM,%3

r'.unule K....u
&j.mwe! l'.iui
Josp?:.-t ):Cyalo
Jackso:n iC1smushae.
Sam.iweli Ch--,chelad


/- P: O'CHC.ING UrIT 3.2S3IT
E. /NO I'TAI..


Field 's.:ist;nt
Serge2-nt
Cpl.
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
.Rnger
Ranger

Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Driver


.147
:058
-94

2C76
2158.
2017,
2124-
2016'.
2158'
215"}
25 ItS

9118


Dinr:eh '.bdillahi
Ds ra i.b:-.jila
Leere Le yto
I':.k:r.u N}ut':imi
Da-i Iviurubi
Thomas Kimu'tai
Peter iTga.nga
Ch-.rles Kiiika
Joel Li ianga.
Krieneet h ITduku
ikariukl Chege I',vjNah
Eir'i N.bdi
Gobu I'Uy-ngo
Goorge I.3rissa


6 TI F~CYING ur~TIT CYL~N'


R f: ,K


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NT :."r.S


4scistant T,?ar6-n 3313
Field A.sit:t'nt .0263
Sergeant :-657
.orporal 21271
Ranger 5721
R:.nger !185
Rano er 3 !-2
- 'Ri.dio/C-ertor ;.35/:
: C,. .t or 9504,
Rang.r 15.966
Ranqcer 192563
Rang r 1 6 9604
Ranger 20747
Ranger 20751
z.nger 20966
.,-nger 21252
Ranger 21286
Driv,..r 2964


Philip NwikiD
i-ibreach U-ipkoech
3uyo Duba
Hosea I.itei
'*il i."-n ji.-i rot'ch
.A:i D. .,-ko
3u; e il'kano
Snocl- -.r-esa
Nelson I.-xchuka
Chr i c- c;-her K!a g-uxan
LAlo Clokotori
I':v-:'-ngi .. tbugo
3enjaiin cboyo
ich.arc. Charagu
Jose':th lderitu
Fred.irick '-.fula
EvI.g ~ iS iruri
I'Tgao Irombe


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23-T/NC

19376
23,3:9
20813
195-1
20C^9


L/:N


Ra nger
:.anger
R'anoer
Cpl.
Ran _er


Rank


1. i.
2.
3.

5,
6.
7,
8.

10.
11.
12.
13.
I 14.


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
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15.
16.
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18.










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I.IITI POLC~-iiNG UNIT -~-IT.'iT


_AIiY


1.
2.
3*.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
*10.
11.
12.
4013.
1,6.
15.
16.
17.
IS.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.


33.
3/.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.


lJa r den
Sergeant
Corporal
/g. Corporzl
Ag. Corpor:.l
i'.g. Corpor-1
Ranger
R2.nge c
Rang er
RBanger
R' nger
Ranger
Ranger
Rang er
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Pue.nger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
..Raniger
Ranger
Rca ng e r
Rangor

Ranger
Ranger
Ranger


Ranger

Ranger
Ranger
Driver
Driver
Corpor-.1


ITi: .i"J-.


EST/NO

5369
19582
18979
7238
19598
8076
5696
6758
7185
7566
7198
7367
8020
96 91
13557
19218
19510
19862
20697
20715
20724
20765
20788
20777
20837
20959
20970
21059
21" 13
21.194
21207
21229
212z12
21264
21332
21333

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6327
18954.


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Field /$st
Sergean'-
Corpor a.
Corpor :
Ranger
Ranger
Range


20234
18290
2934
5863
5001
2C50
53114


Leonard F. Mushila
Geof'rey Kariuki
Lobenyo Loronyokwe
Josep:h K. V.se
Loriu Longilai
k,.ran:.ni L u.y:,.a wi
Sngel.ani Lulc.,, awi


3. r ,-7angi
2kiro Longoji
Kipalng:..ti Turgot

s a. ck K'inyua
*lizs i-'iyp
S.i'. i. O i*
.^ *?" .- 3?.lir^
.;.li T~yo
"fli .
C!r;scr_ Cr i uthui
yu.L,_f F- ,h
PhIlip DMarangah
"r':O~i2Ti .''* ^r-rm.r '
"7c.;Lf '1i
H' tv '.-' liimuyu
Kib2thi ITdirangu
3limul I.dorD
3lmi Lotokci
"Jilson li'gang <.
d^^ ri: ::kango
3.a"-~.Gt :.n r,. unyi
:%erR::dic': Iairi
x'odtg-r I<'raZo
-i
Ron-. ld vc'ang ,.ngi
3ensoy Sircn-
-:-erna;' P ukuru
Feter Olino
.0oe h I'Yusyoka
Frr-Orson ,?Gteri
._-r.Onl i'Jacharia
Jo'.n Eillwa
jn.ony :niaka
*Gsrce lCazarja
I.i'chael *. Kataka
Claro KC"ri _a
C:rthor l"anbugu
Nshak Roy ?,alo


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A.WTI POACHING UNIT WAV I.


55T/NC/


Ranger
Rangor
danger
Ranger
Ranger
R:a.nger
,anger
Rang2r
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger
Ranger/R.
Driver


Cpr.


6412
9204
7171
7175
8236
8589
7811
9205
9.46
18497
19609
8531
7344
7273


Javan Haji
Selew;ni Lemageloi
Peter ;J-limbwa
P1i -.bdill"; i ibdi
3al ior Lamarina
Simnoni MNwangi
Joseph Oroni
Fotoris Lekisele
Theuri Nderitu
"i.dill hi {onmaa
Njogu Kibuchi
Lepapa. Oletikani
Onsmius YKm.r-'ro
* i '-she I oh m d
Nancy NIguthis-Casual


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10.
11.
12.
13,
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14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19
20.
21.
22.





. \&mala S4IARY 02. A.P.L MQNRH


ACTIVITY INDICATORS:-


IU)
H1-


'M*R


.EMBZR. 30TH 1979.


Total kilometers driven by a 11 vehicles 32531 0360 6113 1164 1280 3067 1T1 1 407 t 9 10 1 53151
umier of men patrolling .. .'28 12 14 12 17 34 13 20 12 42 34 16
To. okilomeiers driven bM petrol. 25722 Z39 412 445 r5399 o04 5895 2037 '5910 37 I1722
io. of kilometeres driven by diesel. 6809 2'1 1692 14 8429 15280 4305( 15735 2037 2555 6864 6591
To. of petrol in litres perch.sed. ..4192 1427 80 1120 91 1305 2710 456 5582 1400 570
4o. oJ diesel in litres purchased. 7173 1475 733 527 1810 41i2 2146 6016 420 1151 1840 1763
POACHING INDICATORS: -
iuxber of incidents reported. 5 1 V2 - - - -
umber of encounters _______ 4 3 7 7 8 1 -
Tuunbexr of elephant carcasses found 3 - -- 4 2 1
Number of rhino carcasses found 2 2 .-

PERFORYANCE INDICATORS: -
To. of arrests for the period 23 12 15 3 1 2 17 -3
:,o.of arrests taken to court for Period 21 12 15 2 1 2 13 2
.io., of cases ttill pending for the FerioI -.. 1 1 1 1
.o. of convictions for the period___ 21 12 1 15 2 1 2 5 -
c. of months imprisonment aiarded. 78 -
.o--unt fined for the peiod 6,ICC .- -
\,o. of.acquittals 2 .- - -2 -
.Tu-ber of escaped arrest .- -.
'io. cf elephant tusks recovered, 6 -. 2 1 -7 -
Qoiiorams of ivory recovered 60 1 - - 1 17 -
.'o. of rhino horns recovered 1 2 ______ -
['T. of other carcasses recovered;- 3 ..
SAI'TD............... 3 --
(2) -j ______
(2) 1 1 -
(3) GIRAFFE ............ 1 1 -. --
(4) ZEbRA ... ..... ......... ... 2 1 .. .-- -.
(5) -iAT2RBUCK ........... 1 2 1 -
(6) BUFFALO ..1 1 1 --- -
-(7) T.TTON - -_1 1 1 1 1


<.S-OCV~RBD.


Rifles
AMMO.


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