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Uganda To Celebrate World Tourism Day Despite Covid-19

Uganda to celebrate world tourism day despite covid

Uganda will join  the rest of the world to celebrate world tourism day on 27th September despite panic over covid pandemic. The Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities has launched exciting series of events for the Tourism industry. Uganda is preparing to celebrate World Tourism Day 2020 in Fort portal city- Kabarole district. The theme of the annual event will ...

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I Can Also Be Tourism Ambassador – Bad Black Claims

I Started Prostitution On Nakasero Street – Bad Black Reveals

Shanita Namuyimbwa alias Bad Black claims that she can also be a tourism Ambassador Of Uganda. She said this after the Tourism board recently appointed Eddy Kenzo as their new ambassador to boast Tourism in Uganda. This however didn’t go well with Bad Black as she claimed that she can also handle that position especially because her and Kenzo have ...

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Eddy Kenzo Scoops Tourism Brand Endorsement As Zari Sidelined

Eddy Kenzo Scoops Tourism Endorsement As Zari Sidelined

Although Uganda tourism  has registered zero growth since covid 19 hit the country,Tourism State Minister Godfrey Kiwanda says appointing Eddy Kenzo world acclaimed music celebrity will spur faster growth and marketing of Uganda. Uganda’s tourism is at brick level with major hotels closed and those operating are at only 5% occupancy. According to ministry of tourism statistics, Uganda has  lost ...

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Lions Need To Be Protected To Avert Extinction

Lions need to be protected to avert extinction

As the world marks World Lions Day today, World Animal Protection warns that the King of the Jungle may soon be extinct if urgent measures are not taken. Edith Kabesiime, Campaigns Manger at World Animal Protection says, “African lions are facing human and nature induced threats hence the need to prioritize their protection. We have witnessed the population of lions in Africa declined ...

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If We Run Out Of Names For Storms, It’s Because We’re Running Out Of Ice

running out of ice

The collapse of Canada’s largest ice sheet, the 4,000 year old Milne ice shelf, should be setting off alarm bells everywhere. Our world is fast losing the air conditioner that stabilizes the whole global climate system: Arctic ice.  As 43% of the ice sheet broke into pieces at the end of July, Tropical Storm Isaias became the earliest ninth named storm on record. Isaias proceeded to hammer the Caribbean, U.S. East Coast and Southern Canada with rain and fierce winds, killing eleven and leaving millions without ...

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