“It is going to be a peaceful demonstration as we promised and our members are advised not to touch anyone’s property if we are to achieve our desired outcome,” he said while addressing journalists at a hastily convened press conference.
The money will also be used to maintain Obangakene, Noteber, Aber, Olwol 0.534, Uhuru and Boundary roads. Part of the funds will also cater for the completion of the Coronation Park and construction of one children's park at Adyel Division in Lira City West Division, with construction works to be undertaken by Al-Nuiami Group, Abubaker Technical Service, and Segamu 14 Consults Ltd.
At least 11,472 people in Gulu City benefited from the COVID-19 relief cash that was distributed through the Office of the Prime Minister. The money was supposed to be disbursed to vulnerable Ugandans who were affected by the second COVID-19 lockdown, which started on June 6.