Dokolo District Police Commander Jimton Aguta says Wabwire was found dead in a room at New Jerusalem Guest House in Dokolo town on Monday afternoon. His body has since been taken to Dokolo Health center IV for postmortem.
The schools were closed by the district education department for breaching provisions of the Education Act and failing to meet basic minimum education standards. The closed schools are in the sub counties of Ochero and Kobulubulu.
Charles Oumu, the Kaberamaido District Police Commander, says the trio is wanted for inciting residents to lynch 23-year-old Joshua Ejabu, a resident of Ararak village in Kaberamaido town council and a one Owale, a resident of Abedi village.
37-year-old Grace Alupo, a mother of seven and resident of Ameja village in Kaberamaido Sub County is one of the cult group members. Alupo, who belongs to a breakaway Seventh Day Adventist Church, has denied her children a chance of being immunised against the six killer diseases.
Margaret Apio, 47, a resident of Ochero Sub County in Kaberamaido district tested HIV positive about a year ago but to date she is yet to be enrolled a daily antiretroviral ARV treatment. Dr. Godfrey Balengera, Kaberamaido acting District Health Officer, says the likes of Apio are about 518 in the area who are not put on ARV therapy due to shortages of drugs.
This is part of the 53 billion Shillings fund unveiled in the 2016/2017 financial year, to increase womens competitive edge in the business sector. It is managed by the Ministry of Gender Labour and Social development.
Farmers in the Sub Counties of Aperkira, Ochero, Alwa, Kaberamaido, Bululu, Kobulubulu, Kalaki, Kakure, Apapai and Anyara have reported significant losses as the caterpillars march across gardens in large groups feasting on maize, sorghum and millet gardens.
Joseph Esonyu, the Communications Officer Path-Light, says they havent received any formal communication asking them to close their operations. According to Esonyu, Ebil just made verbal threats but didnt put his directives in writing.
Instead of using the nets for the intended cause, the fishermen in Kaberamaido have found a totally different use for them. They buy the anti-malarial nets from residents at prices ranging between 3,000 and 5,000 Shillings and redesign them to make fishing gear, albeit short of the acceptable fishing standards.
Kaberamido District Community Development OfficerNelson Odela saysPath-Light is not registered to operate in thedistrict.The organisation has also been accusedof extorting an unspecified sum of money from people seeking financial support.
Sarah Akomo, a mother of a seven month old baby from Lira district who also benefited from the medical camp, says nobody in her community wanted to associate with her child because of the birthday defect.
Juma Hassan Nyene, the police spokesperson for East Kyoga region explains that the truck registration number UAL 468L was heading for Ochero cattle market in Kaberamaido district when it suddenly hit another truck registration number UAM 376F at Otuboi trading centre.