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13:10
13:10

Livestock Owners in Moyo Demand Compensation 2

In August, President Yoweri Museveni promised that his government will compensate the victims and later compel the government of South Sudan to refund the money to Uganda government
14:28
14:28

Food Crisis Looms as Drought Hits Moyo

The drought has destroyed acreages of plantations as rains remained unpredictable over the last four months. The situation worsened by a prior outbreak of cassava brown streak disease which destroyed millions of root tubers.
11:52
11:52

Ban on Movement and Slaughter of Pigs in Moyo Lifted

Richard Akule, the Moyo district veterinary officer says the ban was lifted after containing the outbreak which killed 131 pigs within a period of one week when it was first reported. The ministry now says that no more cases of the disease are being reported in the community and the neighboring districts of Yumbe and Adjumani.
14:50
14:50

Moyo Bans Sell Of Pork Over Swine Fever Outbreak warthogs

Richard Akule, the Moyo district veterinary officer suspects that the disease originated from warthog meat introduced by a community member.
11:05
11:05

Black Quarter Disease Kills 20 Head of Cattle in Moyo

Records obtained from the veterinary department showed that the sub-counties of Lefori, Itula and Dufile all in Moyo district are prone to black quarter disease especially during the onset of the rainy season.
07:35
07:35

Maize Stock Viral Disease Hits Moyo district

Caroline Amviko, another farmer from Moyo Sub County has lost more than 30 acres of maize plantation to the disease.
13:27
13:27

Cassava Streak Disease Hits Moyo 2

Cassava brown streak disease has hit Aliba Sub County in Moyo District destroying over 30 acres of cassava plantations.
13:22
13:22

Residents Petition President Over Game Animals

In their petition, residents accuse the district leadership and area MPs of doing nothing to address the invasion of the game animals.
13:59
13:59

Moyo In Crisis As Ambulances Break Down health crisis 1

Ben Andama, Moyo Hospital administrator, says the breakdown of the ambulances has made work difficult for the hospital. Andama says the four ambulances belonged to Laropi, Metu and Obongi health centres. He says since their breakdown, all the other health centres now depend two ambulances the hospital has. Adama says out of the two remaining ambulances, one is fully functional while the other one spends most of the time in the garage.
06:11
06:11

African Swine Fever Breaks Out in Moyo

Officials in Metu Sub-County, Moyo district have suspended the sale and consumption of pork following an outbreak of African swine fever in the area.
11:16
11:16

Swine Fever Threatens Moyo

This is not the first time Swine fever has struck Moyo district. Last year, the disease struck the sub counties of Lefori, Moyo, Laropi and Dufile killing hundreds of pigs. It took close to nine months for the district to contain the disease.
11:22
11:22

Police Recovers one body from River Nile

The marine police unit has recovered the body of one of the five boat accident victims in River Nile in Adjumani district.
08:36
08:36

UPDF Soldier Murders Family

The incident in Onyire village Moyo Sub-County in Moyo district, comes four days after five family members in Dufile Sub-County, Moyo district drowned in River Nile.
14:54
14:54

Moyo Authorities Announce Cattle Quarantine

The veterinary department in Moyo has banned the movement of cattle in the district following the outbreak of the highly contagious foot and mouth disease
09:09
09:09

Three Moyo NAADS Officials Arrested for Corruption moyo police

Three officials of Lefori Sub County in Moyo district were on Tuesday arrested by the police for allegedly misusing 5.4 million shillings under the National Agricultural Advisory Services, NAADS.
13:25
13:25

NAADS Officials Accused of Distributing Sick Goats to Moyo Farmers naads farmers

Farmers in the West Nile district of Moyo have received unhealthy goats from the National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) despite several warnings by the veterinary officials.
Dec 21 results