By Arlana Shikongo
THE Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism says intensified efforts against poaching and other wildlife crimes are bearing results as law-enforcement agencies continue to wrangle poaching suspects.
This comes after four people were arrested in the Kamanjab area on Monday after they were found with rhino horns.
“The discovery of these horns demonstrates consistency in law enforcement against wildlife crimes. We congratulate the police and our staff members on yet another successful discovery and arrest in this regard,” environment ministry spokesperson Romeo Muyunda says.
Four people were recently arrested for allegedly being in possession of rhino horns.