Pictorial Launch Of East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline Project In Pictures

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President Museveni on Saturday laid the foundation stone for the 13 trillion shillings East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) in Kabale Hoima. The function in Hoima was a follow up to the earlier foundation stone laid President Museveni and his Tanzania counterpart at Luzinga in Rakai district.
The 1,445 kilometre East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) estimated to cost $3.55b will transport 216,000 barrels of oil per day from Kabale Hoima through nine other districts before entering Tanzania.
President Museveni at a function grace by Omukama of Bunyoro , his queen and a number of politicians from Bunyoro urged the Banyoro to prepare themselves else for the jobs.
 
 
 
 

 

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Feamle dancers entertaining visitors before President Museveni laid the foundation stone
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Banyoro female dancers
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Dancers face museveni and the guests
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Tea factory workers from Northen Uganda were part of the entertainment group
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Raka raka dancers on stage
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Energy Minister, Irene Muloni welcoming Tanzania's Foreign Affairs Minister, Augustine Phillp Mahiga. Mahiga reprsented President John Pombe Magufuli
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Omukama of Bunyooro, Solomon Gafabusa and Queen of Bunyoro, Omugo Margaret Adyeri Karunga.
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Minister Irene Muloni speaking to the Joint Venture Partners from Tullow, Total and CNOOC in Kabale Hoima on Saturday
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Finance Minister, Matia Kasaijja chatting with Minister For Presidency , Easther Mbayo
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Irene Muloni and Matia Kasaijja in Kbale Hoima
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President Museveni in a group picture with the geologists Robert Kasande, Earnest Rubondo, Kabagambe Kalisa.
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President Musevni with the Tanzanian delegation
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