I think that the answer given by Paresh is one correct alternative. Another alternative is to replace the one network statement for 192.168.0.0 with two network statements, one for each of the class C 192.168 networks on the interfaces.
Another way to understand the impact of the original configuration is to do the command show ip eigrp interface. If you do this you will see that neither of the 192.168 interfaces are currently included in EIGRP since they do not match the 192.168.0.0 network statement.
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