Four suspected ivory traffickers have been arrested at the Nialy junction, a locality in Gabon’s southern Ngounie province, a police source said Friday.
Four poachers, all Gabonese, who were in possession of 40 kg of elephant tusks, were arrested by the local police on patrol. The source said that the alleged poachers had shot five elephants to extract the ivory.
The four men have been taken into custody, before being brought before the prosecutor of the High Court of Mouila, capital of the Ngounie province. Enditem