Jimmy Patrick Okema, the Aswa Region Police Spokesperson says police visited the crime scene, recovered a knife used in the murder and arrested the suspect who has been charged for murder charges under police vide CRB 69/2019.
Joel Ogal, the Lapono Sub-County LC V Councilor, says the LDUs were on regular patrol when they encountered the stray elephants. He says the LDUs shot in the air to scare the animals leading to a stampede.
Okema also disclosed to URN that police recovered four knives from some of the pilgrims at the checkpoint purportedly meant for stabbing though he did not substantiate whether or not the culprits were arrested.
Ray Charles Okwir, the Agago Resident District Commissioner, says he has tasked police to investigate all defilement cases to their logical conclusion. He asks parents and local leaders to report all cases of child marriage to police for investigations.
The incident happened in a jungle of Anywang Gai village in Lojim Parish, Omiya Pacwa Sub County on Monday. The deceased have been identified as 40-year-old Adious Ocaya, Saddam Otoo and Walter Ochan. David Oyoo, 22, is receiving treatment at Dr. Ambrosoli Hospital in Kalongo for injuries he sustained during the attack.
Francis Okumu, a resident neighboring the health center, said bees have settled in one of the ceiling boards in the health facility. He says they could have smoked out the bees but fear burning the ceiling.
Born around 1902 in Ogom-Payira to pagan parents, Lodi and Amona, Daudi attended the instruction to receive baptism aged 16. Baptized by Father Cesare Gambaretto on June 1, 1916, Daudi received his first holy communion on the same day and was confirmed on October 15, 1916.
Bishop Franzelli used the ceremony to urge Christians to subdue their fears by faith, step out of their comfort zones and preach the gospel. Using the anecdote of evangelizing Paimol, Bishop Franzelli urged Members of Parliament to embrace peaceful dialogue in Parliament instead of violence.
George Omara died in Labwor Okok village in Agago Central parish on Wednesday, when he jumped into his burning grass-thatched hut. Albert Onyango, the Agago district police commander DPC, says the deceased started the fire that claimed his life.
Agago District Police Commander Albert Onyango says the three; Martin Ojok, Franco Okello and Paul Otto, were arrested with freshly extracted elephant tusks. They were arrested from Kaket Village in Lapono Sub County.