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Inzu Ya Masaba to Set Up Burial Grounds for Cultural Leaders

24 Jan 2021 · According to Nagimesi, the death of Bob Mushikori the II outgoing cultural leader has been an eye-opener. He adds that in the institution’s constitution they had not included the burial grounds where cultural leaders will be buried.

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Inzu Ya Masaba to Set Up Burial Grounds for Cultural Leaders 1 1

According to Nagimesi, the death of Bob Mushikori the II outgoing cultural leader has been an eye-opener. He adds that in the institution’s constitution they had not included the burial grounds where cultural leaders will be buried.
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Rangers Accused of Demanding Cash to Return Marauding Elephants to Murchison Park 1

According to Jalon Lakony Opiyo, every time elephants invade the area, each member of the village which has around 2000 households contributes 1000 shillings for the rangers to rescue them and their properties.
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Mass Death of Fish Paralyses Kasenda Crater Lakes 9 5

Fred Ahimbisibwe a fisherman at Mwamba told URN reporter that thousands of dead fish have been stretching along the water since mid-December last year.
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Wildlife Population Increase to Intensify Future Conflict with Humans ugandas population 2

Over the last 30 years Uganda has registered an increase in the number of Elephants from 2,000 to 6,000, Giraffes from 350 to 1,600, mountain Gorillas in the three countries from 350 to more than 1,000 and other animals, but these and others compete for land with humans.
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Cacabus Vegetable: The Dry Spell Companion in Karamoja 2 Top story

In Karamoja, it is believed that Cacabus is the only vegetable that can sustain households throughout the drought period until rains begin in the next year. Furthermore, the heat from the sun aids in drying the vegetable.
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Families of Suspected Encroachers Demand Justice 3

Dinavensi Kyomukama narrates that her husband Asaba was arrested on March 10, 2020, from his garden along river Nsongya near Kibale National Park. According to Kyomukama, Asaba was arrested by game rangers who were chasing another person who was collecting firewood from the park.
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Ssese Gets First Museum 3 4 Top story

Ssempebwa says tourism in Ssese is beyond resting on beaches and in hotels, which many people focus on but rather even the undiscovered sites that can make a positive impact if well established. He says they have opened up the museum purposely to allow tourists discover the history of Ssese islands.