Six lions have strayed from a Kenyan national park, and four have since been found while the remaining two lionesses are still roaming the southern suburb of Lang’ata in Nairobi, reports have said.

Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) has announced that it has dispatched a team to track down the animals.

Paul Udoto, Kenya Wildlife Service spokesman has told  Capital FM, “These are highly populated areas and that is why we are intensifying the search”.

The public has been urged people to be cautious and contact KWS with relevant information on toll free numbers 0800 597 000 or 0800 221 55 66.

Source: Capital FM