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    MV NODL Sets Travel Schedules to Tackle Katonga River Floods

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    The Ministry of Works ad Transport in Conjunction with the National Oil Distributors Ltd, the proprietor of MV NODL Victoria, have come up with new travel schedules between Entebbe and Bukakata, following the recent collapse of Katonga river along Masaka High way.

    Hakim Bwanika, the Public relation Officer, NODL group of Companies, say the set schedules aim to tackle the recent floods at Katonga River which have paralyzed road transport between Masaka, Mpigi and Kampala.

    Hakim adds that the ship will make two journeys in day and passengers are required to check in time to avoid missing out. As a result the ship will depart Bukakata to Entebbe at 8:00am-12pm and Entebbe to Bukakata 1:00pm-5:00pm.

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