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13:27
13:27

Kotido Elders Create Battalion of Youth to Hunt for Armed Warriors in the Jungle 2 1

The Elders' council resolved to pick fifty youth from each of the 14 clans in Kotido district, to constitute the special battalion whose mission is to go and capture the warriors hiding in the jungle, for handing over to the government for legal action.
07:23
07:23

Six Suspected Warriors Arrested in Kotido Municipality Security forces 2 1

Michael Longole, the Mt Moroto Regional Police spokesperson says the suspects were arrested in Nariwo Village in North Division Kotido municipality while in the bar.
14:25
14:25

Nakapiripirit Residents in Panic As Stray Lions Kill Five Cattle 2 1

On Friday night, an unspecified number of lions believed to have strayed from Pian –the Upe game reserve attacked a cattle kraal in Namalu Town council killing cows and injuring others.
08:58
08:58

36 Cases of Human Rights Violations Recorded in Three months in Karamoja Region UN human rights 1 3

Grace Pelly, the UN Human Deputy Country Director said that the major cases recorded include torture, arbitrary arrest during the cordon, and search operations against illegal guns.
11:31
11:31

Police Cautions Motorists Using Abim- Kotido Road Over Fresh Security Threats road ambushes 1 2

Moses Akena, the Kotido District Police Commander has appealed to travelers to avoid both early and late journeys to avert the attacks.
07:50
07:50

Sub County Chairperson Flees Home Citing Death Threats From Warriors Kotido district 2 1 Top story

According to Lokol, he now lives in town after surviving death narrowly on Monday night when the warriors tried to raid his residence.
07:07
07:07

New Police Posts to Boost Security in Karamoja karamoja region 1 1

Micheal Longole, the Mt. Moroto regional police spokesperson has expressed gratitude for the project saying the police have for long been grappling with a shortage of accommodation for their personnel.
12:42
12:42

Hunger Forces Kotido Residents to Sell Gov't Goats Kotido district 3 1

According to a report from Kotido District authorities, nearly 95 percent of the goats distributed by the government to the reformed rustlers have been sold so as to survive starvation.
09:13
09:13

Kotido Elders Rally Religious Leaders to Pray for Reformed Cattle Rustlers 3 1

The Elders Council says that much as the government is succeeding in disarmament, there is a need to cleanse the reformed warriors who have surrendered their guns so that they are mentally prepared for lasting peace.
07:43
07:43

Stolen Goats retrieved from the home of LC1 in Napak District 1 1

Simon Peter Lotem, the LC3 sub county chairperson for Nadunget who was leading the tracking team says they followed footmarks which led them to the home of Albino Lochoro, village chairperson of Lokodiokodio. He said the area chairperson who got suspicious tried to direct the tracking team to a different direction but they insisted until they landed on goats hidden inside the house.
13:31
13:31

Moroto Waragi Dealers Defy Sale Ban, Business Booms police operations 1 1

When our reporter visited parts of Moroto Municipality, illicit waragi could be seen being sold in open markets mostly in the areas of Campswahili juu, Kakoliye and Kambizi in South Division.
10:52
10:52

Security Forces in Karamoja Recover 25,783 Stolen Cows in One Year 2 1

The security forces estimated that about 42,000 cows were stolen between the month of July 2021 up to date and security managed to recover 25,783 cows since the Usalama Kwa Yote operations commenced.
19:09
19:09

Security Recovers Illegal Firearm from Father of Kotido Chairperson Security forces 1 1 Top story

Moses Amuya, the acting UPDF 3rd Division spokesperson, says that the officer in charge of Rengen Army Detach retrieved the gun and two pieces of ammunition from the nearby bush where Mzee Komol's son had placed it.
10:04
10:04

Security Tightened as Karamoja Cultural Festival Resumes Abim district 1 1

Micheal Longole, the Mt. Moroto Regional Police spokesperson, says security measures have been tightened on all the routes leading to Abim district and its bordering districts following the unpredictable security in the region.
11:43
11:43

Karamojong Pastoralists Want Security Personnel to Halt Recovering Stolen Cattle Karimojong Warriors 3 1

Lobur Apaa Lochap, a pastoralist in Kotido district says sometimes raiders are forced to go for raids in an attempt to recover what is lost and through that the vice continues. He suggested that the security forces also give them time to track these animals since they understand the movement of their colleagues.
20:50
20:50

Kaabong Nursing School Principal Survives Road Ambush armed warriors 1 1

The incident happened at Lopero village in Rengen sub county Kotido district on Tuesday evening. Available information indicates that the two armed warriors shot at the car in which the principal Mary Achuma was travelling on a journey to Kaabong from Kotido district.
18:47
18:47

Kotido Councilor in Trouble For Alleged Defamation Longaroe sub county

Moses Akena, the Kotido District Police Commander, says that the councilor is accused of defaming and threatening the sub-county LC 3 chairperson, Moses Lomuria.
07:17
07:17

Three Warriors Put Out of Action in Kotido kotido district 2 1

Sean Paul Atanya, the LC 3 chairperson of North division told URN that the community members abandoned the warrior's bodies as they fled the village. Atanya says since the incident happened, no one has returned back to the village since people are scared of what transpired.
11:48
11:48

18 HIV Patients Reported Dead After Abandoning ARV's in Hunger-Striken Karamoja karamoja sub region 2 1

Thousands of people in Karamoja, one of Uganda’s poorest regions, are starving as a result of prolonged drought, the increase of insecurity and its associated protection risks, as well as large-scale structural and chronic vulnerabilities.
14:19
14:19

Sub County Chair, Councillors Bicker over Support for Hunger-Stricken Households hunger crisis 4 1

Daniel Lotyang, a youth representative in Longaroi sub-county said the dispute started when councillors started moving around villages to assess the hunger situation and lobbying support from well-wishers. But the sub-county chief objected to their approach saying that it was undermining his office.
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