Floods Blamed on Uganda's Policy on Releasing Lake Victoria Water

The East African Community Council of Ministers says Uganda has refused to execute a new policy governing the release of water from Nalubaale dam, the main outlet of the world's largest freshwater lake that has led to flooding that could claim more lives and has already caused destruction.

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