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16:51
16:51

41% of Pipeline Affected Persons Fully Compensated -EACOP compensation 5

Johnbosco Habumugisha, the deputy managing director of EACOP told Uganda Radio Network that there are delays in the compensation processes due to lack of National Identification Cards by some of the poject affected persons yet the ID is a pre-requisite for the PAPs to be compensated.
13:44
13:44

EACOP PAPs in Bunyoro Protest Delayed Compensation Government 6

Since 2018, the government has not compensated the project-affected persons yet they stopped using their land. The Petroleum Authority of Uganda (PAU) had also promised to start compensation in December 2020 or early January 2021.
11:07
11:07

CSOs Irked by Suspension of Oil Pipeline Activities Total E$P 5

Dickens Amanya, the Coordinator Bunyoro Albertine Petroleum Network on Environment Coalition-PAPENECO, says they are getting concerned because there is no official statement from government regarding the matter since Total E$ P announced the suspension.
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