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14:14
14:14

Govt Offers UGX 500k for Every Moroto Prison Escapee moroto prison break 2 1 Top story

Dr Byabashaija, who is in Moroto on an inspection duty following the escape of 219 prisoners on Wednesday says he will reward anyone who recovers a gun with 1.5 million Shillings and each person who surrenders a prisoner will be paid 500,000.
11:06
11:06

Moroto Prison Break Was Imminent- Insiders Moroto District 1 Top story

“The guy is very arrogant. When inmates come with complaints or any issues that need his attention, he slaps them and has been belittling Karimojong as ‘warriors’ whom he describes as backward and useless. Because he doesn’t understand the language, he is always suspicious of everything spoken especially when officers, who know some bit of Ngakarimojong talk with prisoners. On the day of the attack, his office was the first target but he was not around”, another source said.
13:57
13:57

Moroto Prison Break Poses Security, Health Threats Moroto District 3 1

A section of the community now lives in fear especially about the firearms that are in the wrong hands. Dinah Ayo, a resident in Moroto town says the loose firearms could be used by the escapees to perpetuate more crime, not only in Moroto but anywhere in the country.
14:08
14:08

Moroto Prison Guards Now Under Guard In Their Own Prison Moroto District 1 1

Only a staff deployed as data clerk at the prisons regional office was in the office this morning while the rest of the team was locked up at Moroto Prison premises. Since Thursday, access to Moroto Prisons has been restricted, with tight security comprising four officers manning the main gate at day time. This is different from the other ordinary days where one person would be seen at the gate.
19:12
19:12

Rights Body Decries Appalling Condition of Children Incarcerated With Mothers 4 1

Nicholas Ogwang the Commission’s Regional Human Rights Officer in Gulu disclosed to URN that the children of imprisoned mothers are highly vulnerable group with appalling rights and welfare.
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