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2019 Press Release: SCAMMER CAMPAIGHN AGAINST OPUL (UGX 74 Billion);

'Oil Plam Uganda Limited (OPUL) has been defrouded UGX 74 Billion by its finacial Controller' - No evidence - allegations rejected.Click for more.

Press Release: VODP-BIDCO, Kalangala land grabbing allegations rejected.

Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry & Fisheries repudiates VODP-BIDCO, Kalangala land grabbing allegations. Click for more.

Whose success story is BIDCO?

Is it BIDCO's, the local people's or Kalangala district's as a whole? Hope Mwesigyes's story says Kalangala's palm oil project has delivered on the 'prosperity for all' project and ought to be emulated in Buvuma Island, Mukono, Masaka, Masindi and Budibudyo.

BIDCO Encroaches on Land

In 1998, the Government of Uganda entered into an agreement in which BIDCO got 10,000 hectares of land on Bugala island to plant palm trees. The palms, now in their fourth year, will be ready for harvesting in 2010 and processed at Jinja refinery to produce oil. About 8,000 hectares have been planted on Bugala.

BIDCO denies taking forest land

BIDCO, a private company growing palm trees in the Lake Victoria islands of Ssese, has denied encroaching on the Gala Forest Reserve. The company is tussling with National Forest Authority (NFA) over the forest reserve.

"We have no intention to encroach on NFA land and would prefer that the matter is sorted out the soonest," said Rao Kodey, BIDCO's managing director, on Monday.

BIDCO seeks more land for palm trees.

The government is yet to fulfil its pledge of offering a total of 10,000 heectares of land to BIDCO Uganda Limited to expand its palm tree plantations in Ssese Island.

Bul Bidco want to stay long in football league

In order to develop the game in Jinja and eastern Uganda at large, the club sponsors Bidco Uganda Limited have tasked the technical team to scout and nurture local talent instead of shopping for experienced players.

BIDCO football team profile

Creativity is the biggest void Ugandan teams have failed to fill but Bidco coach Richard Makumbi believes his side will not struggle there.

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