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Pictorial: Review of FPU Pperations along eastern Lake Victoria

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Gen. Kyanda argues that although the UPDF high command has received written complaints entailing the rot in FPU operations, physical interface with survivors is paramount in gathering evidence against the accused officers.
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A congregation of mainly women and children march to Kagwara landing site.
A select team of seven Uganda People's Defense Forces-UPDF led by the chief of staff land forces, Maj. Gen. Leopold Kyanda spent the whole of Wednesday holding meetings with fishermen in Namayingo and Serere districts to investigate human rights violations by officers attached to the Fisheries Protection Unit and their accomplices.

Kyanda argues that, although the forces' high command received written complaints entailing the rot in FPU operations, physical interface with survivors was paramount in gathering evidence against the accused officers.

URN followed the discussions and brings you the pictures