Lupita Nyong’o picked to lead war against elephant poaching

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He said he was moved by his experience at the David Shedrick orphanage, where he saw elephant calves who had lost their families to poachers and was happy to be able to speak for them.

“We have visited the orphaned elephants and they are as loving as they are forgiving for we have wronged them. But they have forgiven us.”

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Lupita noted that a live elephant was worth more to the economy than a dead one.

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“I have learnt that an elephant kept alive is worth a million dollars for the economy. But a poacher will only earn a few thousands for a few people,” Lupita said.

Her homecoming tour is supported by prominent local companies, whose representatives said she is an excellent ambassador for the country.

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Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario said the film and the creative arts industry can become a key driver of the economy and promised to work on a Bill to ensure artistes get what they deserve.

He also said the government was working to make the country an attractive film-making destination and was actively wooing Hollywood to shoot movies in Kenya.

“We are following the telling of Richard Leakey’s story in the upcoming movie Africa, which involves Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, and we have a promise from them that the film will be shot mostly in Kenya.”

Alluding to Lupita’s early days in theatre, he said the Kenya National Theatre was now the best theatre in the region.

“It is now a state-of-the-art facility after its Sh150 million facelift. We will also establish a talent academy in the next year.”

Wario said they were in talks with the LA Film School to help with the curriculum.

Villa Rosa Kempinski managing director Manish Nambar said Kenya offered one of the best authentic safari experiences as well as providing jobs for Kenyans. He said tourism could not survive without our wildlife.

Ms Sylvia Mulinge, who spoke on behalf of Safaricom, which has concluded the Lewa marathon that raises funds for conservation, said the mobile telecommunications firm would amplify the cause further.

Source: Daily Nation

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