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Security Personnel Block Youth Conference in Gulu

05 Dec 2019 · Trouble started when at least 700 conference participants drawn from 10 districts in Acholi, Lango and West Nile regions were each required to pay 155,000 shillings for feeding, upkeep and membership.

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Security Personnel Block Youth Conference in Gulu 3 2

Trouble started when at least 700 conference participants drawn from 10 districts in Acholi, Lango and West Nile regions were each required to pay 155,000 shillings for feeding, upkeep and membership.
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Select Committee Faults Minister, Agaba and Security Agencies Over Kigorobya Evictions 2 Top story

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