The local council three Chairperson for Nyakiyumbu sub county, Mr. Peter Sunday Kakule has called for collaborated plans to back the efforts of Uganda wildlife authority in completing the electrical wire along Queen Elizabeth national park to take the roaming destructive wild animals.
According to the construction plan records by UWA, about 88 kilometers of the low voltage wire to scare away wild animals intending to sneak out of the national park, will be constructed in a phased manner.
Speaking to our at his office yesterday, Mr. Sunday Kakule said instead of constructing only the 20 and leaving the 32 kilometers un covered, he proposes a deliberate mobilization plan that would see the neighboring subcounties giving in their 25% share from UWA to enable complete works for the safety of the local population and their property.
Mr. Kakule believes that whereas the other projects budgeted for were equally important, taming the destructive wild animals from roaming into the community, is key. Mr. Kakule speaking …….
As the construction works starts in the near future, Mr. Kakule said they will however continue deploying private guards alongside game rangers as the rainy season begins against mainly elephants that have created their cross points along the trench. Mr. Kakule speaking 2……
He also called for spot identification of suspected thieves targeting people`s harvests and domestic property back home. END