By Marc Nkwame, Daily News
Seronera — Two new special surveillance aircrafts, set to be deployed for aerial patrols over Serengeti National Park and Selous Game Reserve, have landed in Tanzania. Valued at nearly 1.2bn/- the two ‘Aviat Aircraft Husky A-IC’ planes have been donated by Germany in its ongoing support to the local war against poaching and other forms of wildlife destruction. Handing over one of the planes to the Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Professor Jumanne Maghembe, the Ambassador of Germany to Tanzania, Mr Egon Konchake, said his country was taking conservation efforts extremely seriously and that is the reason why they are assisting Tanzania in its war against poaching.
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