The new Amolatar Resident District Commissioner, George William Wopuwa says he ordered for the OC's arrest after four people stormed his office complaining over not being helped even after they caught the officer red handed defiling the kid.
Geoffrey Otim, the officer in charge Bangaladec police outpost in Namasale Sub County, says the deceased has been venturing into the swamp to catch mudfish for the last five years. He explains that Opio would go to the swamp at 4 am and return home around 11 am.
The deceased have been identified as Joshua Okello 5 years old and the sister Tracy Among 2 years old. It is alleged that the mother of the deceased, identified as Rebecca Ajuru, was away to collect drinking water.
Reports indicate that on Friday morning, Achola’s two sons; Innocent Morris Ongol had a quarrel with his brother Dick Opio at their home. It is alleged that while trying to intervene, Ongol hit his mother on the head first, with a broken pot and thereafter with a firewood fragment.
In mid April, Lake Kyoga Management Organisation-LAKIMO slapped a two month ban suspending fishing activities to allow the Fisheries Protection Unit (FPU) coordinate the registration of fishermen and their boats.
The money was meant to finance constructions of three community roads including a road stretching from Amolatar town to Amai Hospital about 11km, a road from Odyak Trading Centre to Kitaleba landing site in Muntu Sub County and a road stretching from Amolatar health centre to Abeja Landing site in Arwotcek Sub County.
The charged residents demanded for the whereabouts of Doreen Amule, their Woman MP whom they accused of betraying their trust by supporting a move to remove the presidential age limits from the constitution. They claim MP Okello had been traversing the district together with Doreen Amule to bribe locals to support the move.