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Present at the function are Minister Maria Mutagamba, Uganda Wild Authority (UWA) officials and army officials.
Paraa is located within Murchison Falls National Park, the largest wildlife reserve in Uganda, measuring approximately 5,000 square kilometres (1,900 sq mi).
The rangers are expected to beef up security for the animals especially Hippos, as Uganda moves to consolidate its increasing revenues from the tourism sector.
Built in the early 1950s, Paraa, meaning the place of hippos in Luo, is one of the main attractions of the park, in addition to the dramatic Murchison Falls and the large variety of bird and animal species.
Winston Churchill walked the 86 kilometres (53 mi) from Masindi to see Paraa in 1907. In 1864, the explorer Samuel Baker, wrote of “a magnificent sight” suddenly bursting upon his party.
Other famous visitors to the park were Emin Pasha, Theodore Roosevelt and the American novelist Ernest Hemingway, whose plane dipped to catch sight of the Murchison Falls, went too low and caught a telephone wire and crashed. He and his wife survived the crash.