2020 Kenya News Index

Stories/Reports/Updates From 2020 December 27th, 2020: 6 Charged with Possessing 157 kg of Pangolin Scales – Nairobi December 18th, 2020 (44 kg): Detectives Disguised as


2 men nabbed with Six Elephant Tusks

SEEJ-AFRICA: Kenya Wildlife Service for charging purposes typically sets the value of ivory at ksh 100,000 ($1000) per kilo so this seizure is probably about


Trophy Hunters Exposed

Are trophy hunters serial killers? (Book Review) by Don Pinnock freelance environmental writer Supported by wealthy and powerful organisations like Safari Club International, the Dallas


3 arrested with 50 kg tusks

Three nabbed in Laikipia while trying to sell elephant tusks (Kenya) Police and Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) personnel in Laikipia County have arrested three men

Linked Ivory Seizures

#118. CF 74/2020 Kibera

Three Arrested in Nairobi East with 55 kg of Ivory SEEJ-AFRICA THUMBNAIL: On January 14th, 2020, at approximately 16:30hr, investigators of the Kenya Wildlife Service

Under 100 kilograms

CF 1008/18 Mombasa

Two Arrested with 37 kg Ivory SEEJ-AFRICA THUMBNAIL: June 9th, 2018, and acting on intelligence, Kenya Wildlife Service and National Police Service officers stopped a

Linked Ivory Seizures

#116. CF 1411/16 Kibera

Ivory Cartel Links to Man Charged with 112 kg of Elephant Tusks SEEJ-AFRICA THUMBNAIL: On March 22nd, 2016, the Special Crimes Prevention Unit, acting on

Under 100 kilograms

CF 2292/2014 Kibera

Four Arrested with 43 kg in Controlled Delivery SEEJ-AFRICA THUMB NAIL: On the evening of May 26th, 2014, officers from the Special Crimes Prevention Unit