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Three men who at the start of the month were found in possession of 45 Kilos of Ivory in Kiryandongo district, salve http://deltadiner.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/admin/class-wc-admin-addons.php have been sentenced to 8 months in prison, much to the dismay of wild life conservationists.

On 2nd March 2016 the Natural Resource Conservation Network (NRCN) in collaboration with Uganda Wildlife Authority and Police busted the trio, after following lead from locals that someone was selling ivory.

The operation led to the arrest of Ayoma Nicholas, Alyon Stephen and Kazomi  Abibu both residents of Ayuela village Kiryandongo District.

The three yesterday appeared before the Kiryandongo Grade one Magistrate where Mr Ayona (who was found with the contraband) pleaded guilty.

He was convicted on two counts of illegal possession of Wildlife protected species and Illegal entry to a protected area, before being sentenced to 8 months in jail.

Alyon Stephen and Kazomi pleaded not guilty and are re- appearing in court on 15th March 2016 for further hearing.

Vincent Opyene, the CEO NRCN was shocked by the light sentence handed to the trafficker.

He said, “This is the lowest sentence ever handed out for a case of this nature; we must appeal against the sentence.”

This class if crimes usually attracts not less than 5 years imprisonment, or a fine that is not less that the value of the contraband in question.

Chimpreports understands that NRCN is also appealing against another case where 5 Vietnamese nationals were convicted in a similar case by the Entebbe Magistrates Court and are currently serving a jail term of 11months each.

Ugandan laws prohibit any dealing in wildlife species and specimens without permission; and specifically prohibit possession, trade, import, export, re-export and re-import of wildlife products and species including ivory.

Elephants are listed among the highly endangered wildlife species under the United Nations Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species to which Uganda is party and bound by the resolutions.

 
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On 2nd March 2016 the Natural Resource Conservation Network (NRCN) in collaboration with Uganda Wildlife Authority and Police busted the trio, http://demcsb.com/wp-includes/template.php after following lead from locals that someone was selling ivory.

The operation led to the arrest of Ayoma Nicholas, Alyon Stephen and Kazomi  Abibu both residents of Ayuela village Kiryandongo District.

The three yesterday appeared before the Kiryandongo Grade one Magistrate where Mr Ayona (who was found with the contraband) pleaded guilty.

He was convicted on two counts of illegal possession of Wildlife protected species and Illegal entry to a protected area, before being sentenced to 8 months in jail.

Alyon Stephen and Kazomi pleaded not guilty and are re- appearing in court on 15th March 2016 for further hearing.

Vincent Opyene, the CEO NRCN was shocked by the light sentence handed to the trafficker.

He said, “This is the lowest sentence ever handed out for a case of this nature; we must appeal against the sentence.”

This class if crimes usually attracts not less than 5 years imprisonment, or a fine that is not less that the value of the contraband in question.

Chimpreports understands that NRCN is also appealing against another case where 5 Vietnamese nationals were convicted in a similar case by the Entebbe Magistrates Court and are currently serving a jail term of 11months each.

Ugandan laws prohibit any dealing in wildlife species and specimens without permission; and specifically prohibit possession, trade, import, export, re-export and re-import of wildlife products and species including ivory.

Elephants are listed among the highly endangered wildlife species under the United Nations Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species to which Uganda is party and bound by the resolutions.

 

Entebbe Fc wasted a chance to skip back to get the playoff spot after registering a two all draw at home against Wandegeya FC. The visitors grabbed the lead early but Entebbe equalized in intervals of two minutes in each time.

Entebbe remain fourth with 25 points, information pills http://cyberstudio.biz/main/modules/mod_wpposts/tmpl/default.php two less than Jinja SS who are third but with a game to spare.

Still in Rwenzori group, viagra order Emmanuel Asiku fired Proline FC past second placed Masavu FC to open a ten-point gap. Proline have now hit 39 points from 16 outings.

In the other match Synergy moved to a safer zone, prostate at least for now, following an emphatic 4-0 win away at Kireka united.

Elgon group
Boma Young and Ndejje University returned to winning ways with a classic 3-1 away victories at Lira united and Bukedea TC FC respectively.

The other tie between Busia Fisheries and Artland Katale was aborted due to fan trouble. Artland was leading 1-0.

Full Thursday Results:

Proline F.C 1-0 Masavu F.C

Kireka United F.C 0-4  Synergy F.C

Entebbe F.C 2-2 Wandegeya F.C

Kasese New Villa 2-0 Wakiso United

Citizen  F.C 4-2 Sun City F.C

Elgon Group:

Lira United  1-3 Boma Young

Busia Fisheries 0-1 Artland Katale

Bukedea TC 1-3 Ndejje University

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