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Friday, May 31, 2019 - 16:15

Nairobi National Park got a pie of recognition on May 30, 2019 when the prime minister of Yemen, Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr made a game drive in the famous park.

Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr, who is attending the First Session of the United Nations-Human Settlement Programme (UN-Habitat) Assembly – the highest-level decision-making body on sustainable urbanization and human settlements, had a chance to sample Kenya’s aesthetic wildlife in the park.

Accompanied by Cabinet Secretary for Tourism and Wildlife Hon. Najib Balala, the premier had a two-hour-game drive located within Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi.

Speaking at his exit from the park, where he was received by KWS Director General, Brigadier (Rtd) John Waweru, Bin Daghr expressed his profound happiness for the experience he had during the game-drive and praised the elegant animals’ groupings across the park.

“I am grateful and highly honored to see the attractive nature of various animals-the lions, rhinos buffaloes and many other animals at the park and the great effort that the Kenyan government has put in place on matters conservation in the recent past,” applauded bin Daghr.

Balala acknowledged the premier’s momentous visit to the park and urged him to pay more visits in future.

“Your excellency I would like to take this chance to thank you for making time to visit our beautiful park located within our capital city and please your excellency welcome again next time”, said the cabinet secretary.

KWS Director General Brigadier (Rtd) John Waweru expressed his sincere gratitude to the prime minister for his special visit to the park, as he bid him goodbye after the two hour game drive.

“I am personally happy to host you today your Excellency, thank you for squeezing your busy schedule to pay a visit to our park, welcome once again,” said Brig.(rtd) Waweru.