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13:26
13:26

Moroto Residents Block UNRA Works at Lokitanyala-Kitale Road Over Delayed Compensation 3 1

Charles Tokon, a resident of Tapac trading center says ever since they filled compensation forms early last year, they have not received any response from the UNRA and yet they promised to compensate them within a period of six months.
13:05
13:05

Suspected Warriors Attack Kraal in Moroto, Steal 35 Cows Moroto district 2 1

John Robert Adupa the LCIII Chairperson Lotisan sub-county, says that the warriors attacked the kraal in the night and people who were guarding the kraal fled to the Army detach that is about 100 meters away.
16:42
16:42

Police Recovers Stolen Relief Food in Moroto police in moroto 2 1

Micheal Longole, the Mt Moroto regional police spokesperson said they received the information concerning the diversion of posho meant for vulnerable communities, which prompted them to swing into action. He said the suspected relief food was found in the home of Sophia Nakoroi in Camp Swahili Juu, south division in Moroto municipality.
14:53
14:53

Moroto Shocked at UPDF Soldiers' Killing Blind, Lame 80-Year Elder Loputuk sub county 3 1

Brig Gen David Mugisha the second in command of the 3rd infantry division apologized for the incident and the miscommunication from their public relations officer and also condemned the act of the errant officers who participated in the murder. Mugisha disclosed that the five soldiers who were involved in this act have been arrested to face court-martial on murder charges.
18:28
18:28

Now Cattle Rustlers Punish Moroto Residents for Snoring at Night goats 1 1

Josephine Naduk, a resident of Atedeoi village said that ever since they received goats from the government, they have never had a peace as rustlers’ roam throughout the nights looking for goats to steal.
15:16
15:16

Soldier Shoots Dead 80-Year-Old Man UPDF soldiers 2

Anjello Pulkol, the Loputuk sub-county councilor who is also a son of the deceased has disputed reports from security claiming that his father was killed because of spearing a security officer.
23:07
23:07

Over 800 Karamojong Youth Miss UPDF Recruitment In Moroto moroto district 4 1

A number of youth on Monday turned up at Moroto Boma grounds where the recruitment exercise is ongoing but many were eliminated over lack of academic documents, while others failed to meet the required age bracket.
07:58
07:58

RDC Gives Warriors Week's Ultimatum to Surrender Illegal Firearms shoot to kill 1 1 Top story

Justin Tuko, the Moroto Deputy Resident District Commissioner-RDC, said they have already issued an order to security forces to shoot and kill those suspected of owning illegal firearms but they have given them the last chance to voluntarily hand over the firearms.
10:57
10:57

UPDF Denies Killing 400 In Aerial Bombardment 3rd updf division 2 2

‘’Our attention has been drawn to an article running in different media alleging that there was a silent genocide in Karamoja. The article is totally not true and the public should not rely on these falsehoods,’’ Oware said.
14:59
14:59

LC3 Chairperson in Moroto Arrested Over Inciting Violence at Court Premises Police and UPDF 1 1

Isaac Lokol was arrested at Moroto grade one magistrate’s court premises where he had turned up to check on the suspects who appeared before court.
11:04
11:04

Naming Suspected Criminals Gives Hope to Restoration of Peace in Moroto Local leaders 1 1 Top story

Justin Tuko, the Moroto Deputy Resident District Commissioner, says that they have so far arrested six suspects whose names appeared on the list and they confirmed owning guns. Tuko said one of the suspects was arrested by the community in Loputuk sub-county when he was named in the security meetings.
18:25
18:25

Moroto Orphanage Home, Residents Bicker Over Land 4 1

The home was established by the late Bill Behrman who passed away in 2018 and in 2020 Rebekah Bullen inherited the orphanage, under the Mission Critical international.
10:12
10:12

Moroto Names 28 Suspected Cattle Rustlers Owning Illegal Firearms 3 1 Top story

George William Wopuwa, the Moroto Resident District Commissioner (RDC), says that they resolved to expose those with illegal firearms so that the communities pressurise them to surrender them.
19:14
19:14

Top Karimojong Rustler, Eight Kenyans Jailed for Illegal Possession of Firearms 1 2

Col. Frank Kateraho, the chairperson of the court martial pronounced the convict, Achucu as the most notorious warrior who is commanding a group of sixty armed warriors distributed all over Karamoja and Turkana in Kenya
16:55
16:55

Moroto Declares Curfew to Stem Worsening Insecurity in Municipality 3 1

Moroto Deputy Resident District Commissioner, Justin Tuko announced the decision on Thursday, saying the curfew will run between 8 pm and 5 am mostly in camp Swahili, Kambizi and Camp Swahili juu where cases of burglary are on the rise.
11:25
11:25

Panic in Moroto as Rustlers Turn to Burglary 2 1

According to Puwan, when his number failed to go through, he decided to surrender the keys to his chicken house to save his life. The warriors made off with 20 chickens. ‘’I just said it's better I lose chicken than my life because they gave me two options to either hand them the keys or they burn me inside the house, I couldn’t die because of chicken,’’ he said.
17:00
17:00

Suspected Cattle Rustler Shot Dead, Prison Gun Recovered 1 1

Michael Longole, the Mt. Moroto region police spokesperson, says that the incident happened around 9:00 pm on Sunday after the joint security team comprising the police and UPDF officers on night patrol within Acholi inn found the warrior trying to sneak into a bar with an SMG rifle and five rounds of ammunition.
11:53
11:53

UPDF Provides More Troops for Deploying at Kenya Border 2 1

Major Isaac Oware, the UPDF 3rd infantry division spokesperson said that they are continuing to receive more troops throughout this week amounting to a battalion that comprises 740 soldiers.
08:38
08:38

Court Martial Convicts 27 Rustlers For Illegal Possession of Firearms 1 1

While convicting the convicts, Col Francis Kateraho noted that the government gave the suspects ample time to voluntarily surrender illegal firearms in their possession but they chose to pay a deaf ear, which prompted the joint security forces to apply force leading to their arrest.
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