Epitu Gadi, the Kaabong District Deputy Resident District Commissioner revealed that the people killed were either investigating the rustlers or those who have reported to the authorities about the raids of their cattle.
The weed was first seen on Uganda's water bodies in 2013, according to data at the National Fisheries Resources Research Institute and has since spread to cover parts of Lake Kyoga and Albert. According to water and fisheries experts, the giant Salvinia Molesta is worse than the water hyacinth.
At least 10 Buses have transferred the Nuer Community from Tika IV to Omugo 6. According to Settlement Commandant, 5000 individuals were transferred on Saturday. Those transferred also include the displaced members that were staying at Tika Police post.