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END OF THE ROAD: New law in Parliament to jail Poachers for 20 years

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By Patrick Jaramogi : www. theinvestigatornews.com

ELEPHANTS

As elephant population rises in Uganda, registering one of the high rising elephant populations in Africa, government is instituting measures to jealously guard these endangered spices, The Investigator can reveal.

Among the new 'tough measures' to be included in the amended Uganda Wild Life Act are maximum jail terms of up to 20 years and fines ranging up to UGX 200 million (USD 60,000) for poachers.

The Investigator has established that the motion amending the Wild Life Act is ready for tabling on the floor of parliament. Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) Executive Director Dr. Andrew Seguya confirmed that the bill is already at the first Parliamentary Council.

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