Gov’t to use disputed Nkonya-Alavanyo land as military base

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The Minister for Defence, Dominic Nitiwul, has indicated that government plans to acquire the disputed Nkonya-Alavanyo land. He said the plan is to develop the land into a military training camp.

Speaking on the floor of Parliament on Thursday, the Minister said he believes the move will help resolve the over a century old conflict between the two towns that has resulted in the loss of many lives.

Dominic Nitiwul told Parliament that, “We on our part the security we’ll start training in that particular area, the structures have already been put there, to ensure that the security is permanently present there because we need land to train so if people have land and they give to us to train and they are disputing over it, we will go and use that place to train”

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