The Nyakiyumbu subcounty local council three chairperson, Mr. Peter Sunday Kakule has hailed the Kasese RDC and Uganda Wildlife Authority for the vast deployment and patrols by their security forces against the roaming animals for purposes of protecting lives and the crops owned by the local community neighboring the Queen Elizabeth national park in Kasese district.
Speaking to Kasese guide radio this week, Mr. Peter Kakule who sympathizes with the family of a community member who grouped with the rest against the destructive elephants in Nyamatunga said that several ranger posts for patrols had been established as a backup force, with the latest batch to be deploying near the Isango-Nyakiyumbu subcounty border to block wildlife from Virunga national park in the DRC.
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Mr. Peter Kakule later described the deployment as a mobile force that requires full community backup in terms of alerts which he said would ably guide the patrol front liners to engage the wild beasts.
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He emphasized the need for team work by the security and the community so as to protect the crops he said would save lives in future now that Kasese district like the rest of Uganda is locked down with no much incomes over the deadly COVID-19. Mr. Peter Sunday speaks3..
Mr. Peter Sunday had earlier used the interview to remind his electorates about the need to fully apply the technical preventive measures against COVID-19 for their safety; being at the Uganda-DRC border. END