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12:20
12:20

Agago Field Extension Worker Accused of Forging Tree Project Accountability 4

The matter came to the limelight after Denis Makmot, the owner of the private teak tree forest sought the intervention of the district leaders to apprehend Felix Okidi, the field extension officer attached to Mura parish in Wol Sub County, who reportedly took photos of his teak tree species under unclear circumstances.
16:11
16:11

Agago Acting DPC, Intelligence Officers Recalled to Police Headquarters 1

Sebirumbi was picked up together with Frederick Nyamisogola, the Officer in Charge of Criminal Intelligence at Patongo Police station and Deputy Scene of Crimes Officer (SOCO) Solomon Nasimolo following accusations f Unlawful arrests and detention of suspects, extortion, torture, and selling of impounded motorcycles.
08:38
08:38

Agago Residents Demand Transfer of DPC, OC CID Over Extortion, Torture 4 1

On Tuesday morning, hundreds of the aggrieved locals majority of whom are Boda Boda operators staged protests within Patongo Town Council and at Patongo Police station to demand the release of one of their colleagues who was allegedly arrested by police and detained him for five days without being produced in court.
05:45
05:45

Agago Cultural Chief Remanded for Destroying Endangered Shea Tree Species 3

The suspects identified as Rwot Jimmy Olula and his accomplices who include, his Prime Minister Nekanori Oboke, Bosco Ayella Adeng all residents of in Layada village, Ogole parish and Geoffrey Besweri a resident of Bugiri district were all remanded before the Patongo Magistrates Court on Thursday.
16:06
16:06

Race for Booze Leaves Man Dead Agago 1

A local business man identified as Bosco Ocan organized the event to appreciate his clients by giving back the revelers of his bar, and the winner would be rewarded with local potent gin locally referred to as Guu.
14:33
14:33

Two Arrested for Inciting Mob Against COVID-19 Patient 2

The patient, a resident of Lagar village, Lira Kato Sub County was diagnosed with COVID-19 and advised to go under home-based care but refused.
16:29
16:29

Police Destroys Over 600 Bags of Charcoal in Agago Agago district 1

Jimmy Patrick Okema, the Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson told URN in an interview that the bags of charcoal were impounded and burnt down from Rugu –rugu Village, Adilang Sub –County in Agago district.
12:37
12:37

Agago Residents Clash Over Illegal Charcoal Business 2

More than 30 residents armed with machetes, spears and axes stormed charcoal production camps in the area where dozens of people from Lackeotto village headed by the area LCI Chairperson Ramadan Odong were engaged in Charcoal production.
13:35
13:35

Man Arrested over his 71-year-old Mother's Murder

According to a report made by Aldo Otto to the Police at Kalongo Police station, the suspect accused his mother of being against his relationship with his wife. Otto noted that the suspect became angry on the fateful day leading to the assault after his mother reportedly cursed him if he proceeds with the relationship.
18:42
18:42

Two Health Workers Arrested in Agago over Alleged Theft of Drugs

Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson Jimmy Patrick Okema says preliminary investigation indicates that essential drugs estimated to cost shillings 5 million were stolen from the health Facility.
16:18
16:18

Residents Want Army Detach Established over Influx of Cattle Thieves 1

The Sub-County Chairperson Raymond Otim told Uganda Radio Network in an interview on Thursday that the consistent influx of cattle thieves has instilled fears among the livestock farmers in the area.
15:02
15:02

Health Centre in-charge in Agago Arrested over Theft of Drugs 2 2

Among the drugs and medical supplies that have reportedly gone missing include from the store are 100 HIV test Kits. Ten tins of Amoxyl capsule, three tins of Flagyl, and 81 boxes of facemasks. Others are 41 Malaria RTD kits, 32 boxes of Artemeter 20mg and Lumetuntrin 120mg.
12:45
12:45

LDU Shoots Himself in Agago District 1

Sources privy to the incident disclosed to URN that Otim’s attempt to end his life could be a result of frustration after failing to make it among LDU’s being integrated into the mainstream Uganda People’s Defence Forces-UPDF.
14:47
14:47

Man Hacks Brother to Death over Charcoal Proceeds charcoal burning

Thomas Ojok Akala, Wol Sub-county LCIII Chairperson in his report to the police on Friday noted that the deceased and the suspect had been engaged in cutting trees for producing charcoal in Atut parish.
15:16
15:16

Theater Assistant in Agago District Held over Theft of Drugs, Medical Supplies 1

Opio was arrested on Tuesday in Kalongo Town Council after being found in possession of surgical hand gloves, 20 ml iodine, surgical scissors, syringes, and a hospital bed among others at his home.
19:03
19:03

Five Arrested in Possession of Ivory, Live Pangolin in Northern Uganda 3 1 Top story

Bashir Hangi, the UWA Communications Manager told Uganda Radio Network in an interview on Monday that three suspects were arrested from Agago district while attempting to sell off a live Pangolin. They were found in G&G Victoria Hotel in Kalongo Town Council where they had set up to meet their customers.
06:52
06:52

17-year-old Girl Killed In Fight Over Kitenge

Alice Laker reportedly beat up 17-year-old Vicky Ajalo on Saturday afternoon at a water source in Lakee village in Omot Sub-county. Ajalo died on arrival at Omot Health Center III where locals had rushed her for treatment.
17:44
17:44

Clerics Call For Unity Among Acholi, Karamoja Leaders to Fight Cattle Theft karimojong warriors 5 1

Archbishop Odama says leaders from the two sides should now start engaging themselves in dialogues to promote harmony and peace whose ultimate goal is to fight the insecurity.
07:57
07:57

One Shot As Suspected Karimojong Warriors Raid Agago District

Raymond Otim, Omiya Pachwa sub county Chairperson told URN in an interview that the victim was shot in the Stomach with a gun
17:23
17:23

Pastor Commits Suicide in Agago

Denis Olweny, the Officer in Charge of Operations at Kalongo Police Station told URN in an interview on Tuesday that the deceased was first discovered by his brother who later alerted local leaders and the police. Olweny says preliminary reports indicate the deceased suffered depression.
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