Kenya Ivory King pin Traders Jailed For 10yrs and Fined 91,282USD .

Kenya Ivory King pin traders were sentenced to 10 years in jail and fined 91,282USD.
The two, Ibrahim Samson Ali, a businessman and Japhet Bakari a university student at Moi University a businessman, were arrested on 16th May 2019 for dealing and being in possession of elephant tusk being trophies of species under scheduled vi wildlife conservation and management act of 2013 and or under appendix of conservation on international trade of endangered species (CITIES) or under the act. Ivory trade has been sited as a major financier of terrorism activities across the world China and Asian countries remain major booming businesses for ivory trophies.