Promised compensation (e.g. for damages or resettlements)
promised: jobs, schools, hospitals, roads, but so far "no clear compensation roadmap" (see comment: "Museveni’s double standards?"). As a result of this project Amuru residents wanted to invade game reserves in the district for grazing and harvesting, some residents have already been evicted from the game park. Resistance was successful in delaying the project but state and capital have recently
regrouped and are trying to revive the project through a new strategy. In January 2015, clan leaders and MPs were seen in Rakitura
(President Museveni’s countryside residence) for the signing of an agreement to avail 10,000 ha of land to the investor in return for compensation to all affected members.