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Fishermen in Amolatar Decry Low Fish Catch

30 Sep 2020 · Despite the growth in the number and sizes of fish in the lake, most of the fishermen in Kampala landing site are still registering very low fish catch that has left them stranded.

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Fishermen in Amolatar Decry Low Fish Catch 4 1

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