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15:46
15:46

Bacterial Wilt, Cassava Mosaic Diseases Destroy Crops in Lamwo Agrithon 1 2

Tito Otiri, the Secretary for Production for Palabek Gem Sub County says that dozens of farmers have reported cases of the diseases to his office seeking an intervention.
13:22
13:22

Moves to Rescue Apiriti Border Market Abandoned Due to Insecurity 1 2

Robert Opira Odit, the Councilor representing Madi Opei Town Council told URN that last week armed Sudanese rustlers attacked traders in the area, and shot and killed one before walking away with a herd of cattle.
11:04
11:04

World Bank Mission Assesses UGX 3.1Bn Refugees Livelihood Projects in Lamwo 2 3

While addressing the Lamwo district authorities and project contractors at the district headquarters, the World Bank Mission Development Specialist Mission Stephen Ajalu, said that they are impressed by the progress of the works.
13:40
13:40

Shock as Contractor Finally Reports to Start Project at the End of Agreed Period in Lamwo 2

The Lamwo district LCV Chairperson Sisto Oyet Ocen says the contractor was handed the site in July 2021 but immediately abandoned the project works and numerous efforts to reach out to their management on the work inception and progress have been to no avail.
08:41
08:41

Construction of UGX2.1 Billion Community Access Road Commissioned in Lamwo 3 1

The Lamwo district LCV Chairperson Sisto Ocen Oyet says the area where the project is being implemented never had any road network before and the farming communities were being challenged in terms of connectivity.
11:37
11:37

Five Arrested in Lamwo for Smuggling Fuel from South Sudan 2

The suspects were arrested on Wednesday in a joint operation conducted by the security personnel and enforcement officers of the Uganda Revenue Authority-URA.
15:42
15:42

Sugar Plantation Workers Lay Down Tools Over Delayed Payment 2

The striking workers, mainly contracted by Ayuu Alali Sugarcane OutGrowers Cooperatives Society to cut and load cane for transportation to the factory, laid down their tools on Monday over their unpaid dues for the past three months.
11:48
11:48

Wildfires Destroy Over 1,400 Acres of Sugarcane in Lamwo 2

According to Ojwiya, close to 600 acres part of the 1,400-acres destroyed was ready for harvest while the remaining 800 acres had been earmarked for use as seed cane for the impending planting season.
07:53
07:53

Bees Sting One To Death, Injure Several Others In Monthly Market 1

Denis Onyon, the Agoro Sub County LC III Chairperson identifies the deceased as Bernard Ajulai, a resident of Lapulingi A village in Agoro Sub County. He was part of the people who had convened for the monthly market day on Wednesday.
16:55
16:55

Language Barrier Limits Tobacco Growers In Lamwo From Bargaining 5

Sisto Okello, one of the tobacco farmers in Palabek Gem Sub County in Lamwo district, says that the price of tobacco per kilogram has not changed for the last six years yet the prices of inputs keep rising.
13:02
13:02

Excitement as Rural Communities in Lamwo get Connected to Solar Power 3

The pilot project has seen 25 villages, eight trading centres and selected public institutions that have not been not part of the national electricity grid in Lamwo district with more expected to be connected to the power grid.
11:27
11:27

Poor Roads Hindering Transportation of Cane in Amuru 1

The Executive Director of Horyal Investments Holdings Limited, Mohammed Abdi Mohamoud says they have opted for the longer route because the poor roads make it impossible for trucks to access the factory using the shorter routes.
13:54
13:54

South Sudan Authorities Stop Road Maintenance Works in Lamwo 4

The Lokung Sub County LC III Chairperson, Joachim Opoka Ocan, says heavily armed soldiers from the South Sudan Peoples Defense Force (SSPDF) stormed the road maintenance last week. The soldiers allegedly confronted the contractor accusing them and the Uganda government of crossing 7kilometers deep inside their territory.
09:42
09:42

Residents Vandalize Perimeter Fence of Agoro Irrigation Scheme Agoro Subcounty 6 2

Markson Odongkara Labongo, the Superintendent of Agoro Self-Help Irrigation Scheme Cooperative Society Limited (ASHISCO) says that fences protecting the headwork and the main dam have all been brought down by community members.
15:49
15:49

Rice Farmers Abandon Agoro Irrigation Scheme As Rehabilitation Works Stall Agoro Subcounty 5 1

Grace Acayo, who used to grow rice at the irrigation scheme says she had to relocate to a different section adjacent to the main course of river Okura for easy access to water.
10:10
10:10

Persistent Power Outages Irk Lamwo Residents 4

The aggrieved power consumers, mainly residents of Palabek Kal, Lamwo, Padibe and Madi Opei town councils and other major trading centres note that the unplanned power blackouts have lasted for over four months now.
14:03
14:03

Nine Arrested for Destroying 30 Square Miles of Shea Trees 2 2

Abraham Odur, the NFA Forest Supervisor for Aswa River Range comprising Acholi and Lango Sub Regions said that the illegal dealers are specifically destroying Shea trees unlike in other parts of the region. Odur disclosed that an estimated population of shea trees covering over 30 square miles in Lamwo district have been destroyed by the illegal charcoal and log dealers.
15:13
15:13

President Museveni Purchases Trucks for Lamwo Market Vendors 2 2

The Relief and Disaster Preparedness Minister Hillary Onek also the Lamwo County MP says the market vendors in the district had requested the President to support them procure transport means for delivering their products to potential buyers and markets at better prices in Kampala.
11:37
11:37

Lamwo Poultry Farmers Struggling With Coccidiosis Diseases Outbreak 1 2

Lucy Acayo, a poultry farmer in Locken village who lost over 70 chickens to the disease, says the high mortality rate has severely impacted her only source of livelihood since selling chicken is her major source of income.
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