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UWA Relocates 20 Giraffes to Murchison Falls NP, Entebbe Zoo

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RNP revealed that Mugemangango had been taken to his Kimironko residence for a search operation.

On the way back, he jumped off the vehicle whereupon he was shot so he doesn’t escape but died in the process.

The incident took place at around 9:13 pm at Kimironko-Mushumbamwiza road.

Muhammad Mugemangango was Deputy Imam Kimironko Mosque.

He was under investigations for mentoring Rwandan youths into Jihad and recruiting them to join Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria.

Police says investigation continues to establish further details in this case.

Rwanda National Police acting on info provided by the public, has detected formation of terror networks.
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RNP revealed that Mugemangango had been taken to his Kimironko residence for a search operation on Sunday evening

On the way back, abortion he jumped off the vehicle whereupon he was shot so he doesn’t escape but died in the process.

The incident took place at around 9:13 pm at Kimironko-Mushumbamwiza road.

Muhammad Mugemangango was Deputy Imam Kimironko Mosque.

He was under investigations for mentoring Rwandan youths into Jihad and recruiting them to join Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria.

Police says investigation continues to establish further details in this case.

Rwanda National Police acting on info provided by the public, has detected formation of terror networks.
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RNP revealed that Mugemangango had been taken to his Kimironko residence for a search operation.

On the way back, no rx he jumped off the vehicle whereupon he was shot so he doesn’t escape but died in the process.

The incident took place at around 9:13 pm at Kimironko-Mushumbamwiza road.

Muhammad Mugemangango was Deputy Imam Kimironko Mosque.

He was under investigations for mentoring Rwandan youths into Jihad and recruiting them to join Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria.

Police says investigation continues to establish further details in this case.

Rwanda National Police acting on info provided by the public, has detected formation of terror networks.
The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) has begun the process of moving giraffes in an effort to spread the species and provide them with more space to breed.

During the translocation, web http://decarbon.uk.com/wp-content/plugins/easing-slider/includes/widget.php a total of 20 giraffes will be moved to the southern sector of Murchison Falls National Park, http://culture.you-ng.it/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-taxonomy-endpoint.php 2 of which will go to the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC) in Entebbe.

Six giraffes were last Saturday successfully ferried across Victoria Nile from the North to the Southern bank and released along the Honey Moon track.

On Sunday, http://damadetrefla.com/wp-includes/date.php six other giraffes were also moved in a process overseen by The Giraffe Conservation Foundation, UWA and UWEC. The team led by Dr. Patrick Atimnedi consisted of several veterinary doctors to ensure optimum safety for giraffes during their transit.

According to Mr. Andrew Seguya, the Executive Director Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA), there are an estimated 900 giraffes in Uganda. He said that the translocation activity will carry on for at least 3 weeks.

UWA believes that after the relocation, tourists will be able to find giraffes close to the north part of Murchison Falls National Park.

However, Amos Wekesa a tour operator and Executive Director Great Lakes Safari argues that much as the relocation of giraffes is a good idea, more needs to be done in opening up the national parks for tourist access.

“The biggest challenge is that about only 5 percent of Murchison Falls as a national park is accessible to tourists. This creates minimal space for tour activity due to lack of planned routes and game drives for tourists,” Wekesa told Chimpreports.

He observes that increasing tourism activities within national parks reduces tendencies of poaching. In addition, Wekesa suggests that UWA should have leveraged on this relocation of giraffes to extend the marketing mileage for Uganda’s tourism.

“Uganda has hired PR firms to market its tourism. UWA should have used these firms to publicize this activity and attract tourists who would want to see giraffes. Just like Rwanda recently did while moving lions from South Africa to their parks,” he adds.

World over, an estimated 2,500 mature Rothschild’s giraffes live in the wild, according to The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

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