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Whistleblower Petitions Parliament Over Unending Livestock Thefts in Tooro

15 Sep 2019 · Records at Rwenzori Regional Police Department show that 170 goats, 20 cows and 10 sheep have been stolen since the beginning of the year. The police have also arrested more than 15 suspects, but none has appeared in court.

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Whistleblower Petitions Parliament Over Unending Livestock Thefts in Tooro 1 1

Records at Rwenzori Regional Police Department show that 170 goats, 20 cows and 10 sheep have been stolen since the beginning of the year. The police have also arrested more than 15 suspects, but none has appeared in court.
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