UPC Party Secretary General Fred Ebil said that the two leaders were in recent weeks seen addressing political rallies, in the company of one Dean Denis Omeni an aspirant for the Kole South Parliamentary seat. Omeni has also been distributing hand hoes to households in the Sub Counties of Ayer, Bala, Akalo and Ayer Town Council.
According to Ogwete, he will in accordance with the findings of the report. Obua has welcomed the decision by the CAO to conduction investigations into his concerns. He however, says this wont stop bigger investigations by the State House Anti-Corruption Unit.
Tom Agwa, the Barlonyo B village LCI Chairperson says that more than 5,000 residents in the area lack water. He says that the residents fetch water from the only borehole which also constantly breaks down and is shared with five schools.
It is reported that the rebels under the command of Okot Odiambo, a then deputy to LRA Commander Joseph Kony, brutally killed more than 300 people in a space of three hours on the afternoon of February 21, 2004. They were burned alive inside their huts, hacked with machetes, stabbed with knives, clubbed with sticks and shot as they fled.
On February 21st, 2004, more than 300 residents living in Internally Displaced Peoples Camp at Barlonyo Village, Agweng Sub County in Lira district were killed by the suspected fighters of LRA rebel group.
In 2008, the claimants through Makmot-Kibwanga Co. Advocates, petitioned Lira High Court claiming for the compensation of 1,100,055 lost heads of cattle and 796,377goats. In 2014, former High Court Judge, Justice Simon Byabakama awarded the claimants 1.9 trillion as compensation of their lost animals.
Otuke District Police Commander Edson Birema identified the suspects as Lumuge Teko, 25, Nathlineora Linga, 29, Napathia Apakareli, 29, and Apajiwai Kiyonga, 32, all from Kotido district. The suspects are now held at Otuke Central Police Station on charges of theft.
Those that fail to meet the target will face demolition, according to the district performance agreement approved by the department. Kwania District Education Officer Andrew Omunu says that the decision is one of the strategies undertaken by the district to enhance the quality of education.
Joseph Balisenyuka, the Dokolo District Chief Administrative Officer, says he was prompted to interdict Odada pending the completion of his trial because several activities had grounded to a halt due to lack of a signatory to the district accounts.
The trouble for the teachers stemmed from their late reporting when the first term had just opened. It is reported that most of the teachers reported either days or a week after the re-opening of 2019 term one.
The Project, funded by the World Bank has seen key infrastructural installations set up. Roads in the Central Business District have been tarmacked, with covered lined and open lined drains, paved pedestrian walkways, cycle lanes, solar street lights, and trash cans.