The Kyabazinga of Busoga Kingdom, William Nadiope Gabula IV has on Friday said that the kingdom is going to partner with the Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC) to promote wildlife conservation and tourism in the region.
“As a kingdom we have an open door especially to developmental partnerships, we welcome everybody on board. On behalf of the entire Kingdom, we are warmly welcoming you for a fruitful partnership, we are more than willing to work with you in order to have a lot of developments both in our region and entire country” he said.
The minister of Tourism and heritage in Busoga Kingdom Ms Hellen Namutamba said the kingdom will give upto 100 acres of land to set up the Zoo, plus space to set up a small park at his Budhumbula palace.
UWEC executive director, Dr James Musinguzi said the centre will set up a zoo in Busoga region particularly in Jinja after assurance of land availability by the Kyabazinga to promote conservation education.
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