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11:17
11:17

Brothers On The Run For Killing Siblings Uganda police

The area LC I Chairperson, Emmanuel Amua reported the matter to the police, saying that the two brothers have had a grudge for some time. “The brothers have for a long time been having a standing family disagreement and I think the killing has nothing to do with that child," he said.
17:17
17:17

Extension Workers Embrace Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration Model to Curb Deforestation Local government 4 1

The model promotes the regeneration of lands that have been cleared for farming. It aims to improve the productivity of agricultural lands while increasing tree cover and biodiversity through the management of the tree stumps of indigenous trees to facilitate regeneration
07:13
07:13

LCI Chairman Arrested for Abetting Mob Action Uganda Police 3

Jimmy Patrick Okema, the North Kyoga Police spokesperson says the LCI was arrested because he failed to act within the law and his actions led to the death of a suspect who should have been handled by the laws.
18:11
18:11

Strange Disease Kills Over 30 Cows in Alebtong Adwir sub county 5

The affected cows reportedly present with loss of appetite, sudden high fever, painful swelling which rapidly progresses to physical wounds and the animal dies within 24 to 48 hours from the time the wound appears on the body.
10:51
10:51

Water Shortage Hits Primary Schools in Alebtong 6 2

Learners and teachers have to trek long distances daily in search of clean and safe water.
15:33
15:33

Minister Orders Alebtong DEO Investigated for Suspected Corruption 4 1

A report presented by the Chief Administrative Officer, Simon Bimbona did not explain why Shillings 238M School Facility Grant (SFG) meant for the rehabilitation of primary schools was diverted towards the construction of a resource centre and renovation of some secondary schools while most primary schools are in ruins.
07:24
07:24

Pictorials: Learners Flock to Schools on First Day of Re-opening 23

Some of the learners had stayed home since March 2020 when the government announced the first lock-down to contain the spread of COVID-19.
07:46
07:46

Lightning Kills 5 Family Members in Omoro Sub county 5 6 Top story

Joseph Elem, a neighbour to the family explained that the house burst in flames after the lightning strike and their efforts to put it off were futile.
14:34
14:34

Lab Technician in Alebtong Arrested for Stealing Medical Supplies

Isaac Apenyo commonly known as Apenyo Okwas, the area LC III chairperson confirmed his arrest saying this is the second time Okii is accused of stealing from the health facility. According to him, early last year, Okii was also alleged to have stolen drugs worth Shs 20 million from the same health center.
08:48
08:48

Upgrade of Angetta, Awei Health Center IIs Stalls Ministry of Health 1

In May 2018, Alebtong district received Shillings 1 billion from the World Bank for the upgrade of the two Health Center to HCIII's under the Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfer Program for Results- IFTPR, intended to improve health service delivery to the community. The district contracted Otada Holdings Company Limited to undertake the works.
11:31
11:31

Field Marshal Okello's Family Seeks Support from The Ugandan, Tanzanian Gov'ts Zanzibar Revolution 4 1

Okello, a native of Aloi Sub County in the present-day Alebtong District is described as a brave man who fought against slavery imposed on the black people by Arabs in Zanzibar to ensure equal treatment among races in the land.
09:15
09:15

Panic as Cattle Rustlers Invade Otuke and Parts of Alebtong District. 1 6

Some residents have started moving to the neighbouring Lira, Kwania and Apac districts to protect their animals from theft. Last week, rustlers raided 34 cattle that were being grazed by children in Alir parish Ogwete Sub County in Otuke District.
11:21
11:21

Two Covid-19 Suspects Arrested For Escaping from Alebtong Quarantine Centre 3

They were arrested on Friday from a bush where they were found drinking alcohol and returned to the centre. The third suspect fled.
15:30
15:30

COVID-19: Two Family Members Taken to Alebtong District Isolation Center COVID_ 19 1

The Alebtong District COVID- 19 Taskforce said the three have been admitted after one of them presented with symptoms of the virus.
16:52
16:52

Lack of Medical Equipment Affecting Management of COVID-19 in Lango COVID_ 19 4 1

Most isolation centres are lacking basic medical necessities like gloves and face masks.
16:15
16:15

Two Lives Lost as Parents struggle to Secure Transport to Hospital COVID- 19 3

In the first case, the expectant mother reportedly waited for so long, before getting an ambulance for the referral. When it eventually arrived, the mother was too weak and lost the baby in the process. In the second incident, the parents struggled to get any possible means of transport to move from the village to the Hospital, but lost him along the way, while moving on a motorcycle.
12:58
12:58

Education Stakeholders in Aleptong Blame Poor Performance on Lack of Management 2019 PLE results 2 5

The district was ranked 156 out of the 169 Districts in the country in the 2019 Primary Leaving Examinations-PLE. It registered 69 pupils in division one, 1,183 in division two, 1,243 in third grade and over 700 in fourth grade.
17:08
17:08

Minister Orders for Quarterly Report of Abia Seed School Construction 3 4 Top story

He issued the directive on Thursday morning while touring the construction site of the school, which is being built in memory of over 160 people killed by the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army-LRA in 2004.
13:07
13:07

Gov't to Compensate Lango War Victims Next Finanicial Year Tekwaro Lango 3 2

According to the State Minister for Northern Uganda Grace Freedom Kwiyucwiny, the validation exercise of people affected by war is yet to be completed in Lango. She says that 20 billion shillings has been budgeted for compensation.
16:34
16:34

Government Sends Rice to Flood Victims in Alebtong OPM 1

Robert Okullo, the LCIII Chairperson of Omoro Sub County which is regarded as the most affected wondered how they will be able to distribute the 600kgs among more than 3000 affected residents.
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