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Katakwi Revenue Collectors Accused of Pocketing Funds

12 Apr 2021 · Charles Aleper, the district councilor for Akoboi Sub County said that the revenue collectors and tenderers have taken the advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to pocketing the collected in his Sub County of Akoboi and the district as whole.

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Katakwi Revenue Collectors Accused of Pocketing Funds 1 5

Charles Aleper, the district councilor for Akoboi Sub County said that the revenue collectors and tenderers have taken the advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to pocketing the collected in his Sub County of Akoboi and the district as whole.
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Police Officers on Spot for Abetting Illegal Charcoal Trade In Agago shea nut trees 1 2 Top story

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Coccidiosis Disease Kills Hundreds of Poultry in Gulu Palaro Sub County 2

David Oyite Ojok, another poultry farmer in Ongedo has also lost ten chickens to the disease. The farmers say that they are treating the disease with pounded guava leaves and Tse-Tse flies repellents, which are believed to cure the disease.
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Fishermen Warned Against Use of Pancakes to Catch Fish 4 1

FPU commander Lt. Col. Dick Kirya Kaija says the oils affect the digestive system of the fish and are not recommended to be fed on aquatic life.
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Visitor Numbers Remain Low At UWEC 5 3

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Vendors in Gulu Struggle With Hibiscus Sales 1 4

Jackie Adure, a businesswoman at Gulu Main Market, says she gets her hibiscus from Kampala at 10,000 Shillings a kilogram and sells at 15,000 Shillings. However, Adure says that the sales always are very low, because few clients know it and how to consume it. She says when she buys 50 kilograms of hibiscus, it can take up to four months before it is all sold.