15-09-2016 by Adriano Ghirardello
Dear editors of Malindikenya.net.
I would like to refer to your article, published a few weeks ago, in which he reminded the Italians of the existence of precise laws regarding trophies, corals, shells and anything else.
I feel obliged, as Honorary Warden, to clarify especially now that I have met the new Senior Warden of the Marine Park, Mrs. Jane Gitau, met recently.
During our conversation I was confronted on issues that matter a bit 'all of us because in every house, including the furniture, there may be coral, shells, various furnishings that have sentimental value because they are acquired many years ago, but above without a receipt, just as it is.
Notwithstanding that hold trophies such as tusks and rhino horns is strictly prohibited by law Kenyan and liable to arrest or fines salty order even two hundred thousand dollars, for all other objects, you can obtain a valid permit for their detention. E 'enough to write a letter in which you declare objects in the possession of photographs and wanting corredarla, letter to be addressed to me or to one of the Honorary Warden of Malindi using the lower reference the email.
This letter will be delivered personally to the KWS Malindi and within ten days will be issued a regular permit that will ensure the legality of possession and, for inspection by the regularity of the detention. Of course I highly recommend everyone not to underestimate the problem because today we are granted this find everything that protects from possible transgressions of the laws Kenyan but in a few months the consequences of non-regularization might be unpleasant but especially onerous. I kindly ask you to publish this letter to inform all your readers and Italians living in Malindi and Watamu.
Thank you and I cordially greet you.
Adriano Ghirardello, Honorary Warden.
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