Kenya's unwanted royal guests

British royals love Kenya's lush wilderness, but some locals wish they would stay away.


    A wildlife conservation in central Kenya is a favourite of British royals spot, but the herding community living nearby is far from thrilled about being a playground for the wealthy who travel there for the stunning vistas and majestic beasts.

    They say the unwanted guests are encroaching on the grazing fields they need for their animals and they fear being pushed out into the desert.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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