Elephants Destroy Gov't Property

Elephants. PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES
Elephants. PIC: THALEFANG CHARLES

FRANCISTOWN: An elephant and its calf recently went on the rampage at the Ngwasha Veterinary Control Gate leaving police officers and other civil servants stationed there in fear.

When confirming the incident, Nata Police station commander, Superintendent Vincent Pitseetsile said the elephants destroyed a generator and an ablution block at the scene.

Pitseetsile said the elephants also damaged some of the officers’ and government properties.

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