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14:38
14:38

Floods Kill Two in Kamwenge District John Twesigye 3 1

According to the residents, the heavy rains that caused floods started on Friday at 8pm till Saturday morning. They also destroyed acres of food crops such as beans, maize, cassava, bananas, sweet potatoes and washed away over 70 houses.
11:30
11:30

Kamwenge Farmers Decry Lack of Extension Services Extension workers 4

Milton Kamusiime, a local farmer in Rwenja, Kitagwenda district says most of the local farmers lack adequate knowledge of modern farming practices.
12:06
12:06

Sub County Chairperson Accused of Extorting Money from OWC Beneficiaries Kamwenge District 4

Residents of Buhanda accuse Gratian Businge of asking money in order to give them inputs and those who decline to pay are not given.
11:42
11:42

Return of Tooro Properties In Kamwenge Put on Hold uganda prisons 1 1 Top story

The officials led by the Prime Minister, Bernard Tungwako, were in Kamwenge to receive the land titles of properties that were taken away by the Obote government in 1966 when cultural institutions were abolished. The properties include 325 acres of land and the Nyacwamba Palace that are currently being occupied by the Uganda Prisons, eight acres of land at Galinaya in Kamwenge town council, 60 acres of land in Kamwenge town council, 25 acres in Kahunge town council and 194 acres at Kabuga parish in Kamwenge town council.
13:19
13:19

Rice Irrigation Machines Worth 100m Shillings Rotting in Kamwenge kamwenge district

Two rice irrigation machines worth about 100million Shillings are lying redundant for the last 19 years in Mahyoro sub-county, Kamwenge district.
16:26
16:26

Kamwenge Residents Stage Protest Over Poor Roads

The residents argue that the poor state of the road hampers development and has affected their livelihood.
10:49
10:49

Quarantine Imposed After FMD Outbreak in Kamwenge

Kamwenge district leaders have imposed a ban on the movement of livestock following the outbreak of foot and mouth disease (FMD) in the area. The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) estimates that the global annual cost of FMD in terms of production losses and the need for prevention by vaccination is approximately 5 billion dollars.
10:39
10:39

Kamwenge farmers Hit by Elephantiasis kamwenge district

People suffering from Elephantiasis in Kamwenge have lost hope and abandoned engaging in any economic activity.
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