The elephants raided Rutooke and Busambu vilages in Muhokya sub county where they destroyed gardens of tomatoes, Cotton, maize, vanilla and banana plantations.
A banana plantation in Rutooke brought down by elephants
A herd of stray elephants has left a trail of destruction in Kasese district.
The elephants raided Rutooke and Busambu vilages in Muhokya sub county on Wednesday where they destroyed gardens of tomatoes, Cotton,
maize, vanilla and banana plantations.
The attacks are part of the repeated invasion of the stray
elephants from Queen Elizabeth national park.
Although Uganda Wildlife Authority-UWA recently embarked on erecting an electric fence to stop the invasion, work was halted due to the heavy rains in the area.
Our reporter visited the affected areas on Saturday and brings you some of the distraction in pictures
Basaija is a graduate of Uganda Christian University (UCU-Mukono) holding a Bachelors Degree in Mass Communication.
He also boosts of numerous training's in communication studies.
Before joining URN, he had served as Documentation personnel, Field news reporter, Radio presenter and News Editor.
Basaija is a social critic and a young farmer.
He believes in writing for social change.
At URN Basaija is incharge of Bundibugyo, Bunyangabu and Kasese Districts.