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16:14
16:14

Gov’t Earmarks UGX 19bn to Construct Fruit Processing Factory in Nwoya mangoes 1 2

Nakakande Khadija, the Communication Officer of National Agricultural Advisory Services –NAADS told URN in an interview that the Nwoya Fruit Processing Factory project is a presidential pledge to the people of Nwoya and that it shall benefit over 5,000 fruit out-growers in the district who are growing mangoes, oranges and guava.
19:55
19:55

Nwoya Rehabilitates 95Km of Rural Roads to Boost Agriculture Production Aswa River 1 2

Nwoya District Chairperson Patrick Okello Oryema explains that the roads are expected to connect remote agriculture productive areas in Alero, Lungulu, Anaka and Purongo Sub-Counties to neighbouring markets in Amuru, Gulu and the entire Acholi sub region.
09:14
09:14

Crop-Devouring Desert Locusts Sighted in Nwoya Gardens Anaka Sub County 3 1

The deadly insects were randomly sighted in Got Lunyang and Aol ki Lyec villages in Lutuk Parish, Kochgoma Sub County; Obira village in Anaka Sub County, Purongo Sub-County and Nwoya District headquarters on Wednesday and Thursday.
09:01
09:01

Nwoya District Auctions 300 Bags of Impounded Charcoal 1 1

Nwoya District Chairperson Patrick Okello Oryema told URN that each charcoal bag was sold between 10,000 and 15,000 Shillings depending on its size. He says that the district raised up to four million Shillings from the sale, which was held at Nwoya district headquarters on Thursday.
12:10
12:10

Farmers Decry Inadequate Information on Agricultural Insurance Scheme 3 1

John Inyani Isimimaro, a commercial farmer in Kiryandongo district disclosed that government policies are not being translated to benefit local farmers.
07:41
07:41

Floods Submerge Parra Docking Pier 1

Martin Owor, the Commissioner Disaster Management in the Office of the Prime Minister disclosed that OPM and Police teams have been dispatched to join District Disaster Management Committees (DDMCs) of the affected districts to try to manage the crisis.
14:09
14:09

Over 1,000 Acres of Crop Gardens Destroyed by Stray Elephants in Nwoya Purongo Sub County 1 3

Felix Onencan, a farmer in Agung village says he has suffered unimaginable loss after the elephants destroyed his crops and shuttered his investment. He told URN that he procured a bank loan and hired 300 acres of land on which he planted soybean which has all been ruined.
15:04
15:04

Nwoya Service Providers Protest Exclusion from Oil and Gas Opportunities equal opportunities 4

Statistics available by Total E&P Uganda indicate that as of October 2018, more than 350 grievances since 2012 have been sorted with the involvement of various stakeholders including district leaders depending on the grievance.
19:15
19:15

Cassava Brown Streak Disease Destroys Gardens in Nwoya 1 2

Alfred Kilama, the Nwoya District Agriculture Officer confirmed the presence of the disease which he says started in 2017. He said the disease is not prevalent only in Nwoya but has been confirmed in neighbouring Amuru, Gulu and Omoro districts.
11:10
11:10

Nwoya District Suspends Total Sponsored Football Mini League TOTAL UGANDA 3

Patrick Okello Oryema, the Nwoya District LC V chairperson, says despite their discussions with Total to consider the local business community, their advice was ignored.
07:27
07:27

Nwoya Probe Commercial Farms Over Child Labour sexual harassment 1

Most of the commercial farms are owned by Indians and are found in Lungulu, Got Apwoyo and Latoro sub counties. Those implicated are Oola lolim farm, Fol farm, Amatheon Agri, Pinacle farm, Delight Uganda Limited, Vineyak Agro Farm Ltd and Rigil Agrotech Ltd among others.
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