The fishermen told URN on Thursday that some fishermen had resorted to fish poisoning so as to harvest more yet in the long run threatening the sustainability of the fisheries sector to compete on the global market.
The vendors note that since most commodities are scattered along the different streets within Jinja town, most people prefer buying from the street vendors instead of wasting their time to enter the shops or market.
The projects include the construction of 89 million shillings Outpatient Department block at Amilobo Health Center III in 2016/2017 financial year and 12 million shillings teachers house construction at Amilobo primary school in 2018/2019 financial year.
Panaleo Anywar, a farmer in Labora village, says he started growing watermelon in 2017. Anywar used to grow onions, cabbages and tomatoes. He says after his first attempt at growing water melon, he decided to incorporate it among the crops grew and says he earns more from watermelon compared to all the other crops.
In a letter dated January 8, 2021, and written by Daniel Odongo of Okwir and Company Advocates on behalf of Among Agnes and 130 others who are also claiming ownership of the land, Odongo accuses the Chairman Lango Cooperative Union Maxwell Akora Akora and others of causing the suffering of over 300 people of Angayiki.
The MoU will enable Uganda’s manufacturing sector to take advantage of customized training on various options for raising long-term capital to bolster their uptake of non-bank, market-based financing that best fits their needs.
Mary Nakut one of the gold miners in Rupa sub-County in Moroto district said accessing water for washing soil to get gold out has become difficult since most water sources including boreholes have dried up as a result of the current drought.
Douglas Disan Ojambo, a resident of Masafu-Masinya town council, says the new road has attracted investors who had changed the face of most of trading centers along the new road. He says the new road has prompted landlords to replace their old buildings.
Nathan Mutungi, the Chairperson Nyakihanga Fruits and Vegetable Growers Cooperative Society, says they decided to suspend the operations of the factory due to numerous challenges that require government intervention.