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14:55
14:55

Schools in Agago District Yet to Receive UGX42M Maintenance Funds 3

The funds worth over 40 million shillings were disbursed last year in August by the Ministry of Education to facilitate the maintenance and cleanliness of school compounds, classrooms and overseeing the safety of school property regularly following the closure of schools.
10:00
10:00

IG Queries UGX 206 Million Valley Dams Project in Agago 6 1

James Peny-Wii, the Director of Project Risk, Monitoring and Control at IG, says that reports indicated the beneficiaries lost a great share of the project fund to the contractor in procuring equipment.
17:45
17:45

Agago Leaders Want Review of UGX74 Million Valley Tank Construction Contract 2 1

District officials say the necessary procedures for procuring a contractor were not followed since the district technical committee was not involved in the technical evaluation of the bid.
16:44
16:44

One Dead, Another Unconscious After Drinking Hand Sanitizer in Agago Lapono Subcounty

Johnson Omona, a porter at Kaket Health Center II in Lapono Sub-county died on Sunday afternoon while being referred to Dr Ambrosoli Memorial Hospital Kalongo in Kalongo Town Council. He reportedly consumed the potent liquid on Saturday with Louis Odonga 53, a watchman at the same health facility.
13:30
13:30

Excitement as Pacer Health Center is Elevated 2

The facility which was constructed by government 2017 was elevated to Health Center III with support from World Vision Uganda. The facility serves residents from 19 villages in Parabongo Sub County.
16:24
16:24

Acholi Leaders Want Access Roads Opened Along Porous Karamoja Border 2 1

Kitgum Resident District Commissioner William Komakech says lack of access roads along porous border points between Kitgum, Agago and Karamoja region have created safe haven for the thugs over the years.
17:44
17:44

Clerics Call For Unity Among Acholi, Karamoja Leaders to Fight Cattle Theft karimojong warriors 5 1

Archbishop Odama says leaders from the two sides should now start engaging themselves in dialogues to promote harmony and peace whose ultimate goal is to fight the insecurity.
18:58
18:58

Five Health Workers in Agago Test Positive for Covid-19

Dr Smart Okot, Chief Executive Director of Dr Ambrosoli Memorial Hospital Kalongo says the health workers are part of 250 staffs who underwent test for the contagion.
13:07
13:07

11 NUSAF Animals Recovered from Local Leaders in Agago World Bank 5 2

The oxen and ox-ploughs worth 10.6 million Shillings were purchased two weeks ago to support vulnerable community members in Omiya Pacwa Sub-county under Tic ber, Abicelo Ox-traction and Rwot Omiyo groups.
18:57
18:57

Lightning Claims Two, Injures Two Others In Agago

Kalongo Town Council LC III Chairperson, Elijah Olaa says they were still trying to get proper identities of the deceased to enable them trace for their relatives.
12:04
12:04

Lightning Kills One in Agago lightning strike

The deceased has been identified as 13-year-old Ivan Ebong, a Primary Seven pupil of Lala Primary school.
12:13
12:13

Lightening Injures Four Children in Agago lightning strike

Bowman John Opio, a teacher at Atocon primary school told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that the children were asleep in a grass thatched hut when the incident happened.
17:56
17:56

Locusts Spread to Acholi Sub Region Lapono Subcounty 3 1

Linos Ngompek, the Agago Resident District Commissioner told URN in an interview that the locusts have been sighted in lawun village in Adilang Sub County and diwang parish in Lira Kato sub county.
11:57
11:57

Construction of UGX450M ICT Laboratory at Kalongo Hospital Stalls 4 2 Top story

Dr. Godfrey Smart Okot, the Director Dr. Ambrozoli Memorial Hospital, says the fate of the ICT laboratory remains uncertain since they lost the funds earmarked for its construction in AGARU SAACO.
16:40
16:40

Access to Clean Water Eludes Agago Village 3 3

The difficulties in accessing water treatment facilities also force residents to drink the contaminated water resulting suffering from a range of waterborne diseases caused by the polluted water.
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