Sunday Etrima Olishe the Chief Executive Officer of Development Infrastructure, the Developer and Supervisor of the stadium construction, says that the works are now at 93-percent and the project will be ready through phased opening to the public by March 1.
In December last the Year, Arua City Council nominated five members of the Arua City Service Commission and five others for the City Land Board. The names were submitted to the Ministry of Public Service and Lands for approval.
Last week, the City health office registered 177 cases out of 500 tests carried out in a space of four days. Seven of the cases were nurses at Oli Health Centre IV in Arua Central Division, 22 were Police officers at Arua Central Primary School, while the rest are from Mvara, Onduparaka Sambya and Ediofe areas.
According to Apangu, to revive full operations of the garbage plant, they need 110 Million Shillings to among others clear the bushy surrounding site and turn over accumulated garbage inside the plant.
Arua City received 234.8 Million Shillings from the Ministry of Finance to support the fight against Covid-19. According to the guidelines, VHTs were supposed to receive 150,000 while LCI Chairpersons 100,000 Shillings on behalf of the village Covid19 Taskforces.
irio Gasper, the spokesperson for SAI says that the city administrative unit that the government of the Republic of Uganda recommended should end with former Arua Municipality and should leave out the entire Ayivu constituency.
The borehole estimated to cost UGX 20 million was lobbied for by Pastor John Justine Enyetu of Turbunacle Faith Ministries with support from American Missionaries following reports of increased domestic violence as people struggle for a clean source of water from the nearby stream, while others trekked over 34 kilometers to draw water.
Geoffrey Feta, the Ayivu East Member of Parliament, says the one of the key roads in his constituency and water points have depreciated greatly because of the pressure on the resources. He says that they are in talks with the responsible government agencies to address the challenges.
Sam Wadri Nyakua, the Arua district LC V chairperson, says the regional lands office is failing to help the population secure their land. He says that securing a land title, which is supposed to take two weeks, takes forever at the lands office in Arua.