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Kabale Tour Operator Granted Bail

21 Aug 2019 · Julius Kyaka Borore, the Kabale Chief Magistrate released Tusasibwe on a non-cash bail worth 80 million shillings. Borore also ordered Tusasibwe to handover a passport and land title registered in his names to court.

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Kabale Tour Operator Granted Bail court 1

Julius Kyaka Borore, the Kabale Chief Magistrate released Tusasibwe on a non-cash bail worth 80 million shillings. Borore also ordered Tusasibwe to handover a passport and land title registered in his names to court.
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White-Eared Kob Sighted On Ugandan Soil After Two Decades 2 Top story

The White-eared Kob was sighted by the Ecological Monitoring and Research Unit of Uganda Wildlife Authority – UWA on May 23rd, 2019 between 09:09am and 09:13am while conducting a ground trothing study of vegetation change analysis in the park.
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Monumental Trees Planted By Pope Francis in Kampala Flourish 1

One of the seven monumental trees was planted in front of Uganda Martyrs Minor Basilica in Munyonyo, where the execution orders of the 45 Ugandan martyrs was passed by the then Kabaka of Buganda, Mwanga II. The others were planted in Namugongo Martyrs Shrine and Lubaga Cathedral, the Cradle of Catholic Church and pioneer Missionaries to Uganda.
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Tour Operator Arrested For Cheating Tourists 4 1

Elly Maate, police spokesperson for Kigezi region says that Tusasibwe had been on the run until Monday when he was arrested while hiding from one of the islands at Lake Bunyonyi.
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UWA Digs Deep Trenches to Tame Marauding Elephants in Oyam Oyam District 3 1

The trenches stretch from Akuridia through Bombay, Apala A and Apala B villages, all in Juma and Zambia Parishes in Kamdini Sub County, a distance of 17 kilometres. Wilfred Chemutai, the UWA Karuma Sector Chief Warden is optimistic this would stop animals from crossing into the community because elephants and Buffaloes usually find it difficult to jump or cross trenches.
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Site of First Human Footprint Left to Waste Tourism 1 Top story

Tyen Olum was listed alongside Barlonyo Memorial Site, where more 300 innocent people were reportedly killed by LRA, Kangai village-the place where colonialists captured Omukama Kabalega of Bunyoro and Kabaka Mwanga of Buganda, and Goot Ojwang in Otuke district- where first group of Lango from Ethiopia first settled, as potential tourism destinations earmarked for development.
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Construction of Crude Oil Pipeline To Affect 68 Heritage Sites-Report 1 Top story

The Environment and Social Impacts Assessment (ESIA) report singles out Kalyango Cultural Rock, Kyawagonya Cemetery in Lwengo district, Kanga or Rusheshe Cemetery in Kyotera district, Kituntu Cemetery and Katooke in Hoima district as some of the heritage sites that will be affected.