Nowadays, another Shocking news becoming viral over the internet that a 27 years old guy named ‘Malibongwe Mfila’ was eaten alive by the two young male lions at a luxury South African safari. this unexpected news makes everyone shocked and every South African safari Touristers worry. Stay tuned with the article to get all details on Malibongwe Mfila wiki, age, girlfriend, and more.
Malibongwe Mfila wiki
As per the sources, Malibongwe Mfila was a park ranger who has pinpointed a wild game for wealthy or rich tourists. But unfortunately, he was eaten alive by 2 young lions when he has followed the cheetah tracks on dirt. his age was only 27 years, old and this kind of death makes his family members sad.
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Malibongwe Mfila had hanging out alone in the park and explored 22,000 acres alone in his jeep. He was looking for the signs of cheetah tracks on the path. But two young male lions were hiding in the thick grass of the safari sanctuary just 20 meters away. then suddenly both lions jumped on 27 years old Malibongwe Mfila and pull him down out of the jeep. This painful death will always be remembered in the park.
South African police spokesman Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said that “the young ranger was attacked and killed by lions who were later killed.”.
“He allegedly stopped his vehicle and got out. As he was leaving the road, he was suddenly attacked and killed by two lions,” he said.
“Obviously, if the lion does this, it will repeat the same action,” Mojapelo continued.
According to Fundisile Mketeni, “executive director of the South African National Parks Authority, park officials were “shocked” after the vicious attack that killed their colleagues.”
SANParks spokesperson Reynold Thakhuli said: “He was following wildlife as part of his regular duties for Marataba when he died.”
“He was following the cheetah’s trail and it looks like he got out of the vehicle and was only walking 20 yards when he ran into two male lions.”
“They attacked and killed him.”
CEO and owner Robert More, which runs luxury accommodation valued at £ 750 a night paid to the family members of late Malibongwe Mfila.