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Nov 2022 8 results
17:18
17:18

Bukona Factory Shifts from Cassava to Sorghum For Ethanol Production 2 1

Emmanuel Orach, the Nwoya LCV Chairperson however says their engagement with the Factory management last week revealed limited supply of cassava had greatly impacted the production of Ethanol.
15:26
15:26

Relatives of Mucwini Massacre Victims Renew Request For Compensation 5

Capt. Kibwota said the compensation issue was first raised in 2008 by Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiative, but up to now, nothing has yet materialized, because no one has been following it.
14:44
14:44

Terego District Struggles to Collect Local Revenue 2 1

Benson Otim, the Terego Chief Administrative Officer explains that the district has mainly been operating on central government transfers, which he says are meager for effective service delivery. He says that Local service tax and market tenders registered the worst performance.
14:25
14:25

Lack of Teachers, Classrooms Hampering Learning at Punuoluru Primary School 4 1

The school with an enrollment of 1,374 pupils has eight classrooms, 125 desks, and only 15 out of the required 34 teachers. The head teacher’s office has also been turned into a store and library. 
11:58
11:58

Kitgum's UGX 847M Technical Institute Yet to Open Four Years after Construction 5 1

Owot said the school is not operating because the district has not yet handed it over due to the lack of a substantive board of governors.
11:04
11:04

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

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.
10:27
10:27

Minister Blames Kitgum Officials Over Shoddy Work at Amida Seed School 1 5

Will Picho, the acting Engineer of Kitgum District Local Government noted that they changed to boards because putting concrete on the ceiling with a wide span would make it cave in.
10:23
10:23

Poor Farming Practices Lowering Cotton Yields in Acholi 5 1

The international average kilograms of cotton per acre is 900 kilograms. However, statistics show that yields remain low at a maximum of 700 kilograms per acre.
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