The Australian High Commissioner to Ghana and some other African countries, HE Gregory Andrews, has embarked on a tour at the Northern sector of Ghana to explore the linkage between Sustainable Development, Gender Equality and Sheabutter.
Today, April 9, 2021 HE Gregory Andrews visited his favourite place in Ghana, Mole National Park, to donate high tech remote cameras and long-range drone to the management of the tourist site.
He asserted in his Facebook post that poachers should be careful about their illegitimate encroachment of the site. This is because forest guards are now equipped with modern tools to monitor the movement of the wildlife.
“The elephants and other Africa species are safer now at Mole National Park in Ghana. Thanks to an Australian Aid project with the Government of Ghana, the rangers are equipped with high-tech remote cameras, GPS location and long-range drone technology supplied from Australia! Poachers beware. You will get caught and arrested”, he said.
Mole National Park is one of the largest havens for wildlife and best tourist site in Ghana. It is located in the Savannah region of Ghana.
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