analysisBy Stephen KafeeroKampala — A planned survey to secure 10,000 hectares of land for Madhvani Group to establish sugarcane plantation and sugar factory in the northern Amuru District aborted last week following nude protest by enraged women. Here is a guide to the nuts and bolts of the protracted dispute. Where is the land located? The land is located south of the Zoka Forest in Amuru District, Acholi sub-region, and approximately 130Kms north-west of Gulu Town. Who owns the land?
KAMPALA. A planned survey to secure 10,000 hectares of land for Madhvani Group to establish sugarcane plantation and sugar factory in the northern Amuru District aborted last week following nude protest by enraged women. Here is a guide to the nuts and bolts of the protracted dispute. Who owns the land? One account identifies it as customary land while another viewpoint supported by Agago North MP Ogenga Latigo is that the land is a freehold.
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