Speaking at Okwang Town Council Headquarters during the launch on Wednesday, Gen. Wamala explained that the ministry committed to rehabilitating the road to foster development through the transportation of agricultural products.
Egaro, 37, reportedly went missing from his home on Wednesday, November 1st, 2023. Two days later, his wife, Teddy Akello, reported his disappearance to Otuke Central Police Station under SD reference 15/03/11/2023.
While commissioning the project, Hon. Grace Freedom Kwiyucwiny, the Minister of State for Northern Uganda advised the district officials to use the center to generate data for production to facilitate development in the district. Adding that the building itself must be protected.
The Solvatten solar-water heating and purifier kit is one of the latest technologies whose distributors say will save women of energy used in the search for firewood for heating water for drinking and bathing.
During a meeting with President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, held at Baralegi State Lodge in Otuke District, the elders presented a petition stating that the escapees are involved in recruiting individuals, which escalates cattle rustling.
Acknowledging the existing gaps in security, Museveni highlighted issues such as the lack of coordination between the army and locals, corruption among UPDF commanders, and the sluggish response to security reports regarding cattle rustling.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has been supporting districts and health facilities in Lango sub-region in delivering comprehensive health services through the Regional Health Integration to Enhance Services (RHITES-North) Lango project.
Patrick Jimmy Okema, the North Kyoga Regional Police Spokesperson said security have devised new methods of countering the raiders including security night patrols and keeping all animals in a communal protected kraal.
Dr. James Olum, a senior medical officer in charge of the facility is happy that they have finally recieved the theatre, saying they for a long time they were conducting surgeries in a dilapidated structure which was risky for both patients and medical workers.
For the last two weeks, the buffaloes have traversing Akuta, Atibiring, Apyen, Anang and the neighbouring villages where they have destroyed crops especially maize, sorghum, cassava, and sweet potatoes. Every night, the animals sleep at Itang swamp in Anyalima parish.