Aberdare National park went up on fire on Friday as dry spell desolates both human and creature lives in many parts of Kenya.
The blazes had not been contained starting at 2pm, in the midst of fears about the destiny of wild creatures and uncommon tree species.
Nyeri Kenya Forest Service Manager Muchiri Mathinji said the fire broke out at around 10am in the moorland zone of the Aberdare Ranges.
This comes after the national forester issued a fire alarm due to the determined hot and breezy climate clearing all over the nation.
“We cannot estimate the damage as of now but we are looking for an aircraft to assess the situation,” he added