After five years in the court, Justice Stephen Mubiru, the Resident Gulu High Court Judge issued a permanent injunction on May 9, 2019, restraining the vendors and their agents from interfering with Ojok's property rights.
According to the report for the year 2019/20 released by Doctor Bernard Okong the Medical Superintendent of Nakaseke Hospital, the facility registered 2792 deliveries and only two deaths. On average the district hospital handles 250 deliveries per month.
St. Joseph’s Hospital in Wakiso together with the Rotary Club of Wakiso has mobilized funds to purchase a titanium plate which will be inserted in the baby’s face to act as the missing bone and support her non-functioning features.
Gloria Aloyo, the Gulu District Covid-19 taskforce communication officer said that the suspects are undergoing self-isolation because the district is incapacitated to take them to its quarantine centre at Laroo boarding school.
Sam Eremu, the village chairperson of Awinyi in Kamuda Sub County says he received masks but does not have the time to distribute them to the community. He argues they are being exploited by the government which has not considered their welfare.
While the country has cumulatively handled 1,140 COVID-19, cases, the Ministry of Health is concerned that the two cases come from previously unknown COVID-19 hot spots. The two cases are believed to have originated from Kisenyi II in Mengo, a highly populated city suburb, and parts of Rubaga South.