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URA destroy illegal nets worth sh250m
Publish Date: Aug 14, 2014
URA destroy illegal nets worth sh250m
A woman walks past 250 illegal fishing nets being burnt by Uganda Revenue Authority and Fisheries Department , at Bugonga Landing Site in Entebbe. PHOTO/Kennedy Oryema.
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Uganda Revenue Authority  and the ministry of fisheries have destroyed  illegal nets, at Bugonga landing site, Entebbe.

The fishing nets worth over sh250m were recovered following an operation by Uganda Revenue Authority ,fisheries department and the Police Marine Unit, at Sigulu Island.

 

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