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Lango Residents Want Otuke Hill Turned into Tourism Site

13 Oct 2019 · It is believed that the first Lango group who migrated from Abyssinia settled at this hills around 16th century before splitting into various clusters including Lango Olok (Karimojong), Lango Dyang (Ateso) Lango Omiru the present Lango living in North Kyoga comprising of Kole, Lira, Oyam, Apac, Kwania, Otuke, Alebtong, Dokolo and Amolatar districts.

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Lango Residents Want Otuke Hill Turned into Tourism Site 1 2

It is believed that the first Lango group who migrated from Abyssinia settled at this hills around 16th century before splitting into various clusters including Lango Olok (Karimojong), Lango Dyang (Ateso) Lango Omiru the present Lango living in North Kyoga comprising of Kole, Lira, Oyam, Apac, Kwania, Otuke, Alebtong, Dokolo and Amolatar districts.
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