The allegations against Sagal were first raised by the Parish Chiefs of Lorengedwat in their petition to the Resident District Commissioner. The three chiefs who include Catherine Sarah Loma, Sisto Losur, Rosemary Mugema of Kamaturu, Nathenyoit, and Narisae parishes respectively allege that the chief and his Sub Accountant, Robert Kolbe conspired to defraud the government 58 million shillings since July last year.
Agro Max, an agribusiness service provider that supplies innovative and sustainable agricultural solutions to small- and large-scale farmers across Uganda was paid 1.1 Billion Shillings last November to implement 49 projects.
Since the district launched COVID-19 vaccination on March 18th, only 32 people have been vaccinated. Nabilatuk received 1,100 doses of the vaccines in the first phase. But only 19 out of 66 health workers have been vaccinated whiles 13 others are frontline workers like the support staff, teachers and soldiers.
Pian County MP Remigio Achia ran to court, seeking a temporary injunction on the recruitment of staff on grounds that the process of recruitment and the running of job adverts were without the approval of the interim district council of Nabilatuk. Achia also challenged the minutes of council attached in the advert as not being authentic.
Evelyne Akudo, the Nabilatuk District Communications Officer told URN that the district has organized a huge party to welcome home, the young stars. She explained that the district has organized awards for each player that will be ushered into the district with traditional dances in a convoy.
Peter Abach, the Karamoja Regional Representative for LC3s in the Uganda Local Government Association, ULGA says that some chairpersons remain home due to lack of transport for monitoring government programmes.
Hassan Lila, a businessman and proprietors of a restaurant in Nabilatuk, says they transport meat from either Namalu or Moroto town. He notes it costs him Shillings 15,000 to transport meat from the two places every two days in order to manage the high demand for meat in his restaurant.
John Longolio, the Senior Assistant Secretary who is currently in charge of the office of Nabilatuk Chief Administrative Officer, says they expect their first salary in August because of some technical delays.