Mbarara. Locals and Farmers from Mbarara and Kiruhura Districts have been urged to live in harmony with Wildlife if they want to earn much from tourism in Uganda.
Speaking to the Trainees who participated in the AMPROC Entrepreneurs Training and sensitization program on Friday this week, the NRM Entrepreneurs League who is also Consular of Morocco in Uganda Ambassador Dr. Robert Rukari.
Flamboyant Rukari advised Farmers to learn how to co-exist with wild animals without conflicting with them because they contribute a lot to the national economy through tourism. He also advised about the practice of cutting down trees for burning charcoal that they should desist from it because this greatly affect climate change.
All these was said during the closure of the three days training workshop at Kibega Ranch in Sanga Kiruhura District where hundreds of Youth and women benefited from this training.
Rukari was accompanied by one of the officials from The Resident United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Elsie Attafaah who was the Chief Guest of Honor.
Attafaah also advised that Africa needs to tap on huge tourism sources available and conserve nature for the future generations to come.
It should be noted that Ambassador Rukari has declared intentions to contest for the position of Member of Parliament for Mbarara City North in the 2021 general elections once Mbarara is granted City status this year.