The accident occurred at around 7:30 p.m. at Lukodi Trading Centre in Bungatira Sub County Gulu district. It involved a Fuso truck registration number UAK 168C carrying vendors from Palaro Trading Centre to Gulu Main Market.
They were detained in connection with the death of Joel Ogenrwot, a resident of Lagot Oywec village in Okidi Parish Atiak Sub County in Amuru district. They are Patrick Ocen alias Tabu, Godfrey Okwera and Morris Okello.
The pilgrims started the walk with just their Bibles, Rosary and faith in their hearts determined to arrive at the final resting place of the Uganda Martyrs at Namugongo, located about 332 Kilometers away from their homeland.
Dr. David Alobo, the Executive Director Xsabo Group says they downgraded the capacity of the plant from 2 Megawatts to 500KW after a baseline assessment indicated that it will adequately meet the current demands of the area.
The rest is to facilitate pilgrims who have suffered blisters in their feet recuperate. They have so far covered 112 Kilometers from their starting point in Gulu cathedral, leaving them with 223 Kilometers to Namugongo Martyrs’ Shrine.
Launching the book in Kampala, Phil Clark said a strong notion of distance justice is not only reflected in the geographical location of the court but also in the various ways it operates. He says the Work of the International Criminal Court is also crippling African creativity for dealing with African problems such as conflicts. He cites the failure of the Juba Peace process between the Lord’s Resistance Army and the government of Uganda as one case which could have ended the conflict peacefully.
Ahead of the pilgrims is a giant wooden cross flanked by flag bearing portraits of Naumgongo Martyrs Shrine, St. Joseph’s Cathedral and the Sacred Heart University mounted onto a double cabin pick up registration number UAR 206 G branded with Logos of CARITAS. Also in the lead is another pick up vehicle registration number UAN 962T onto which a public address system has been mounted.
Sarafino Ojara, the head catechist at Awach Assumption parish eulogized the oldest man in Ludera can as a beacon of peace, which held the clan fabric together through the difficult times of the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) conflict.
They say the added days will overwhelm is vulnerable mental health condition and endanger his treatment and recovery. Ongwen is currently under treatment for undisclosed mental condition which rebounded in January this year.
Godfrey Largo Oringa, the Pader district LC 5 Chairperson says the disputed ranch is being controversially encroached into by a section of local investors who are diverting away from the original purpose for which the ranch was given.