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13:22
13:22

Fishermen in Kitagwenda Decry Illegal Landing Site Mahyoro 1 2

Patrick Ngiragizi one of the fishermen at Nyakera Landing Site says that the fishermen could have taken an advantage of loopholes in the security around the lake to engage in the illegal activity.
20:30
20:30

Farmer Loses Over 10,000 Fish to Suspected Poisoning Kasese District 1 1 Top story

According to Muhindo, about 10,000 tilapia fish perished in his two fish ponds in Kibenge village Nyakabingo III ward in Bulembia Division in Kasese Municipality resulting from the poisoning by unknown people.
07:48
07:48

Ssempijja Differs from Parliament on UPDF Fisheries Operations Lake Victoria 1 2 Top story

Willy Lugoloobi, the Kalangala District LC V Chairperson concurs with Ssempijja, saying there is need to regulate the operations of the unit instead of halting its operations.
15:22
15:22

Army Operations Persist in Buvuma Islands In Disregard of Parliamentary Resolution Human Rights 2 1 Top story

The soldiers reportedly pulled down four days and confiscated two boats. Patrick Kawuka, the LC I Chairperson of Bugulu Village and one of the boat owners explains that the soldiers claimed that his boat was once involved in the transportation of immature fish.
11:14
11:14

Fishermen Demand Heightened Security at Kasensero Landing Site 1 2

Despite the on-going army-led operations against illegal fishing malpractices, fishermen are concerned of the increasing incidents of robbery and murders at the landing site.
19:19
19:19

UPDF Unit Still Enforcing Fish Smoking Ban 7 Months after Gov't Set New Regulations 2 1

The UPDF Marine led by Lt Col. James Nuwagaba believed the move would quickly help end illegal fishing. Two years after the Fisheries Protection Unit recorded tremendous success in the fight against illegal fishing, several leaders including Kalangala LC V chairperson, Willy Lugoloobi started calling for the return of fish smoking.
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