In his tour to Kenya, the Duke of Cambridge William Arthur visited Laikipia today, to see how British and Kenyan troops are training together.
The Prince also met President Kenyatta when he paid him a courtesy call.
The prince is the patron of the Royal African Society, a long-standing institution dedicated to promoting Africa in the UK.
During his visit, he also met with local politicians from Laikipia and Samburu, where British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) train.
“It is noteworthy that Prince William is a crusader of wildlife conservation and his current tour is largely a conservation affair,” Laikipia Governor Ndiritu Muriithi said.
William’s last visit to Kenya was in March 2016 when he met President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House in Nairobi and discussed security matters and wildlife conservation.
This concluded his seven-day African tour where he visited Tanzania and Zambia.
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