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07:21
07:21

Police Arrest Suspected Suppliers of Ammunition to Rustlers 1 1 Top story

Micheal Longole, the Mt. Moroto Region Police Spokesperson, says that they picked up the suspects in tactical operations in Matany trading center. He identifies the suspects as Moses Lokol and Micheal Lomonyang, both residents of Kayapas village in Lokopo sub-county, Napak district.
15:43
15:43

Napak Leaders Ask Gov't for Permission to Form Vigilante Group local government 3 1 Top story

John Paul Kodet, the Napak district LC V Chairperson, says that while there are plans to protect Teso, the government should consider protecting Napak residents as well because they are unarmed and victims of cattle raids.
15:57
15:57

Pastoralists Stranded with Over 10,000 Cattle in Napak local government 2 1

The affected community is the Bokora from Napak, who have been grazing their animals in the areas of Teso. But amidst raids by the Karamojong rustlers which forced a score of people in Kabelebyong district to flee their homes, the pastoralists have been forced to evacuate Teso, pushing them back to the drylands in Napak district.
08:34
08:34

Pian, Bokora Ethnic Clashes Displace Over 2000 People 4 1

Paul Lokol, the LC 5 chairperson of Nabilatuk district told URN on the phone that the security situation in Nabwal is getting out of hand and has forced several families to flee their homes in order to save lives.
11:12
11:12

UPDF, Karimojong Warriors Clash Leaves One Dead In Napak

Micheal Longole, the Karamoja regional police Spokesperson confirmed the exchange saying the warriors were heading for a raiding mission in Lokopo. “As they were entering to drive animals out of the Kraal, our troops were prepared properly and engaged them," he said.
08:25
08:25

Museveni Tasks Karamoja MPs on Insecurity armed warriors 3 1 Top story

Apanaluk died leaving behind 54 wives, 187 children, 116 grandchildren and more than 2,000 head of cattle. The incident has created a rift between the Bokora (people Napak district) and the Pian (people of Nabilatuk and Nakapiripirit) as the former want to revenge the killing of their elder and son.
17:49
17:49

Gov't Delivers Relief Aid to Flood Victims in Napak OPM 1 2

Richard Sebandeke, the Napak Chief Administrative Officer, says that the items delivered to the district include, 100 bags of maize, 60 bags of beans, 500 mosquito nets, and 200 tarpaulins.
13:28
13:28

Napak Residents Demostrate over Increasing Insecurity Police 1 4

Among the six killed in the past two weeks is Benjamin Lomongin, a parish chief of Nabwal in Iri- Iri Sub County who was shot dead when muggers attacked his home on January 30. The community now faults the police and the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces-UPDF for failing to provide security to the communities.
17:53
17:53

Napak Road Protests Paralyze Transport iriiri sub county 1 1

The LCIII Chairperson of Iriiri Sub County, Ben Peter Loburo, says residents were angered when they saw the road reduce from 30 meters wide to only 16 meters. He explains that they were told by the both the contractor and the officials from Uganda National Roads Authority, UNRA that the road would be wide enough to manage the urban setting.
11:15
11:15

Napak, Katakwi Leaders in War of Words over Boundary Dispute 2 1

The accusations follow a long standoff by the district leadership of Napak and Katakwi over administrative boundary. In February, the Local Government Minister, Tom Butime opened the boundary for the two districts but no common ground has been reached by the two districts.
15:39
15:39

Napak, Katakwi Border ASTU Command Reshuffled uganda police force 1 1

The Anti-Stock Theft Unit ASTU Commanding officer for Teso and Karamoja, Baker Mwanga told URN in a phone interview that the decision was taken following complaints from the Karamoja community of bias by the ASTU personnel towards the Iteso in Katakwi.
16:05
16:05

Fresh Conflicts Erupt along Katakwi, Napak Border border conflicts 1 2

The tension started when police from Katakwi arrested six residents from Napak and detained them on charges of malicious damage to property, assault and theft offenses which were committed as far back as 2017, according to Katakwi District Police Commander Tonny Ondoga.
13:49
13:49

Napak Police Gets New Accommodation minister byabagamb 2

Police officers in Napak district have received accommodation facilities worth 2.9 billion shillings from European Union.
07:56
07:56

UPDF Missing Guns Recovered at a Borehole in Napak napak district

Capt. Denis Omara, the UPDF 3rd Division spokesperson said the two guns were found stacked in a polythene bag and placed under a tree about 100 meters to Lokopo detachment quarter guard.
06:33
06:33

Intruder Shot Dead in General Gutti\'s Home karamoja sub region

Uganda People\'s Defence (UPDF) soldiers guarding Lt. Gen. Gutti\'s residence on Friday morning shot dead a man believed to be in his mid-30s in Napak district. Details indicate the intruder after successfully climbing the parameter wall tried to grab a gun from one of the guards in the night.
12:41
12:41

Two Suspected Rustlers Shot Dead in Napak cattle rustling 1

Capt.Denis Omara, the 3rd Division UPDF Public relations officer says the suspected rustlers were in a group of four herding two stolen cows.
07:31
07:31

Napak Police Station To Operate Without Toilets napak district 2 1

Currently, over 60 police officers with their families are using a dilapidated five stance latrine alongside the entire Kangole town. Most police officers opt to move to the bed and the banks of river Omaniman that flows through Kangole town board
09:38
09:38

Cattle Rustler Shot Dead In Napak cattle rustling

Capt. Denis Omara, the UPDF 3rd Division spokesperson says the warrior was killed when he and three others aimed arrows at a UPDF patrol team.
07:28
07:28

Police Destroys 10,000 Litres Of Waragi In Napak alcoholism 1

Police has destroyed over 10,000litres of waragi in Napak district, Karamoja sub region worth UGX 48 million amidst heavy deployment after a court issued an order last week.
16:27
16:27

Police Fire Live Bullets to Disperse Waragi Protestors in Napak rioters

Police on Tuesday morning fired live bullets in the air to disperse an unspecified number of rowdy Waragi protestors in Napak district, Karamoja sub region. Information available to Uganda Radio Network indicates that police including the Uganda People's Defence Forces (UPDF) have been deployed at all police posts in the district.
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