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Uganda: Locals impacted by the East African Crude Oil Pipeline face uncertainty over delayed and inadequate compensation [video]

"Oil pipeline compensation, hundreds face an uncertain future"

Hundreds of residents who are supposed to be relocated as a result of the construction of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline face an uncertain future. The pipeline will snake through a number of districts in Uganda for 900 miles before it dumps crude at the Tanzanian Indian ocean Port of Tanga. But locals we spoke to in the districts of Kakumiro and Mubende claim firms in charge of compensation have gone silent after carrying out what they claim was a flawed valuation exercise...