The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William is set to visit Kenya next week to help with raising conservation and anti-poaching awareness of wildlife animals as part of his tour to Africa.

The Prince, in his first speech as patron of the Royal African Society (RAS), announced that he is also going to visit Namibia and Tanzania.

The 36-year-old Prince will also visit the British Army Training Unit in Nanyuki on September 30 as stated by a communication officer in the British government, Alice Simpson.

Prince William last visited Kenya in 2016 when he had a meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta in State House, Nairobi on security and wildlife conservations.

His family, however, has had a long love affair with Kenya. It is at the Lewa Conservancy that he proposed to his wife, Kate Middleton the Duchess of Cambridge. It is also in Kenya that his grandmother, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II became a queen.  He also attended his ex-girlfriend’s wedding ta the Lewa Conservancy in 2016 and had a meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta on conservation and anti-poaching matters in the continent.