This followed a recent event in which a group of youth from the refugee hosting community threatened to lynch leaders of the Lutheran World Federation, the lead Implementing Partner of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees operations in Palorinya refugee settlement for terminating their contracts as incentive workers.
Lugemwas youngest wife, Nazziwa says her children havent returned to school because of nonpayment of school fees. She also says her landlord has already issued her an eviction notice because she has not paid for January.
Gilbert Olanya, the Kilak South Member of Parliament told URN that they will proceed with the planned rally despite the heavy deployment of soldiers and Police in Gulu Town. He says they are also demanding the immediate release of John Bosco Uhuru.