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Female Councilors Assault Pader LC 5 Chairperson

The councilors overpowered the Sergeant at arms and roughed up the chairperson before they started landing heavy punches and kicks as he tried to enter his office adjacent to the council hall.
Pader district LC5 Chairperson, Godfrey Largo Oringa
Godfrey Largo Oringa, the Pader district LC5 Chairperson is still nursing broken jaws following an attack by two female councilors.

 

Angela Anyango, the female youth councilor and Nancy Lawino, the Atanga Sub-County woman LC V councilor ganged up and assaulted the chairperson for allegedly insulting their personalities.

 

 

Trouble started during a heated Council session in which the Chairman nominated Richard Olal as his vice chairperson to replace the incumbent, Patrick Obua.

Both Anyango and Lawino protested the decision accusing the chairperson of bias and favoring people from Aruu South Constituency.

The duo repeatedly interjected Largo's submission in council bringing business to a standstill. The council speaker, Justine Ocen temporally adjourned deliberations for several hours.

Eyewitnesses told URN that Largo lost patience with the two councilors and referred to them as 'very ugly women' who couldn't beat the beauty of his adorable wife. The chairperson's statement infuriated the duo prompting them to charge at him.

 

The councilors overpowered the Sergeant at arms and roughed up the chairperson before they started landing heavy punches and kicks as he tried to enter his office adjacent to the council hall.

 

 

It took the intervention of sympathizers to rescue the chairperson who had already sustained deadly punches on his face. Ironically, the two councilors reported a case of assault by the district chairperson at Pader Central Police Station. 

The district Speaker, Justine Ocen regretted the ugly scenario that bogged down council deliberations. A source at the district told URN on condition of anonymity that the Chief Administrative Officer had approved undisclosed amount of money to refer the chairman to Kampala for specialized treatment.

URN couldn't independently verify the information as the CAO did not answer repeated calls to his cellphone.

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