12-05-2017 by redazione
Kuki Gallman is better off and decides to release the first interview to the press, choosing the "Daily Mail" headline.
The wounded writer was shot dead on April 23 by an armed gang of Pokot tribe shepherds who illegally occupied his property, told his experience and assured that as soon as he feels better and the doctors will give her the "free way" He will return to Ol Nyro, who has been home since 1972 when he moved to Kenya with his husband Paolo and his son Emanuele, both of whom were tragically gone, and in the belly the second-born Sveva, who is now beside her and risked even before Her mother, last March, to be hit.
"I'm wounded but I'm not beaten," Gallman said from his hospital room to the British chronicler, "I'll be back soon to resume my battle in defending animals, smuggling, and country devils."
Gallmann is also winning the post-operation battle, which has led to a bad infection.
"At gunpoint, I felt like a punch in the stomach, then everything was fast and I was already here in the hospital. But now I have to go back to my place, inertia and immobility are the worst punishment I could receive."
Gallmann according to the Daily Mail reporter is still weak and speaks loudly but is absolutely unbreakable when he concludes the interview saying "I'm ready to go back to resist Ol Ary Nyro must resist!"
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