Prince William to Fight ‘Global, Senseless Crime’ of Poaching on Upcoming Africa Trip
Prince William will soon be flying to Africa to help save endangered wildlife species in his upcoming trip.
The Duke of Cambridge will be visiting Namibia, Tanzania, and Kenya later in the month of September.
At a reception in London for the Royal African Society on Wednesday, they discussed all the details about the tour.
Prince William spoke about his passion for the continent and its wildlife.
When he spent time in Kenya, Botswana, and Tanzania as a teenager, he fell in love with Africa. And this is the reason behind his YES when he was asked to become the patron of the Royal African Society last year.
William said that he is deeply saddened by the numbers of elephant, rhino, and pangolin who have been illegally slaughtered for their tusks, horns, and scales.
He concluded his speech by saying that he would do what he can to help end this global crime.
He also mentioned that this will be the particular focus of his upcoming visit to Africa.