The construction of four houses for the people affected by the China National Offshore Oil Corporation operations at the Kingfisher Oil well in Buliisa is nearing completion as the company prepares the field for oil production by 2017.
This was evidenced during a special visit by our reporter at the Kingfisher oil field at Buhuka fishing village in Buliisa District last week.
The public relations officer at CNOOC, page http://companyimpact.com/joslondon/wp-includes/taxonomy.php Amina Bukenya intimated that over 30 families that were affected by the project had been compesated while the four families that opted to be resettled had their houses under construction.
“We have built for them these houses with much greater investment leaving them in a better state than we found them, ” Amina told ChimpReports.
Francis Lubatema, 30, one of the four resettlement beneficiaries and also a pastoralist applauded CNOOC for their intervention citing that the four roomed permanent house and a VIP latrine would boost his family’s living conditions more than his former grass thatched house.
During the visit that was arranged by the African Centre for Media Excellence, It was also evidenced that CNOOC, which got the first production license in Uganda’s petroleum history is in the final stages of developing their wells as they prepare for production at the Kingfisher field.
However, the closeness of the drill site to the shores of Lake Albert sparked question how water contamination and likely environmental impact was to be managed.
Amina was quick to answer that relevant measures had been taken to guard against any likely environmental consequences and also to manage spills in case of any.
“You can see that even as we do the appraisals we have put polythene bags (Kavera) to contain drill waste not to get into contact with the land surface or the water.
Amina further revealed that they had so far pushed pipes 3.8 Kilometers deep as they worked to meet the set target of inserting 4.7 kilometers of pipe just adjacent to the shores of Lake Albert.
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Ever since she signed a deal with SMSone to start a charity project, she has been giving out many items to many needy children in Uganda and Rwanda.
She started with a little school in Namuwongo where she gave the pupils book, gift hampers, and sanitary towels for the girls.
Recently, she was also in Rwanda, her home country where she reached out to an orphanage and disabled children’s home and gave out many gifts to the children.
All this while, she has been moving together with her little twins, who look to be enjoying the whole charity thing.
“We are pleased and happy to receive their support. It really pleases us when someone comes all the way from Uganda to come and support to look after these children. We are very much grateful” the head of the orphanage Dr. Claude said in a statement.
The first born son to singer Bebe Cool, approved http://clasharama.com/wp-admin/includes/ajax-actions.php Allan Henrik has finally shot his first video after completing his senior six exams as he had been directed by his father.
Allan who completed his senior six exams last week at Kintante Secondary School immediately hit the studio to shoot his first audio and video for his first song called “Mbudu”.
Many who first heard the song had thought that the song was sung by Bebe Cool s because of the flow of the words and the voice that sounded similar to that of the Kamwako singer.
The Video that was shot in various city suburbs including Kiwatule was filled with a lot of creativity as the young singer used several of traditional music instruments including drums, website like this http://churchofthekingmcallen.org/wp-admin/includes/import.php a xylophone and many others.
Allan venturing in music means he will be the third member of the family to join the highly profitable business after his father, the Gagamel boss and step mother, Zuena Kirema, who once tried but terribly failed.