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NPP Rallies Ugandans to Plant Trees, Revive Granaries

NPP Chairperson, Erias Segujja addressing media on Friday

The chairperson of the National Peasants Party (NPP), medicine http://clermontraces.com/wp-admin/includes/class-plugin-upgrader-skin.php Erias Segujja has urged all Ugandans to plant at least 10 trees each person saying that the move will help the country to get back to its natural fertility hence saving the environment that is deteriorating each day.

“Every one of us should take it upon ourselves to save the environment and that can only start with you and I. Please plant at least ten trees each, http://crappieholic.com/components/com_k2/templates/default/category.php now that it’s raining and when you produce a child plant another tree for the child that way we can make it a tradition.”

While addressing the media on Thursday at Melting Pot restaurant, http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/file-manager/bootstart/bootstart.php Segujja also said that people should bring back the methods of keeping dry foods in the granaries like in the old times.

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“If our people were still planting dry foods like cassava, millet, sim sim, ground nuts, peas, beans and keeping them in granaries, they would have not been hit by famine. That’s why we need to go back to the methods of our forefathers so that we can preserve food.”

“We all should wake up on this issue otherwise we are losing out and our children and grandchildren will lose out if we do not act fast.”

An estimation of over 530,000 people in 60 districts are at a risk of starvation because of extreme weather conditions that hit the country this year.

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