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13:40
13:40

Kotido Elders to Establish Jie Cultural Institution 1 1

John Bosco Akore, the secretary for the Kotido Elders' Council, mentioned their ongoing process of formulating a constitution to govern this cultural institution. Once established, the Council of Elders will convene to determine the election process for the cultural leader.
13:45
13:45

Karamoja Elders Demand Minister's Apology over Stolen Iron Sheets 1 2

Condemning the diversion of relief items, the elders said the minister must apologize before them if she is to survive curses. John Bosco Akore, secretary to Kotido Elder’s Council told URN that they had already prophesied the theft before it was known.
18:52
18:52

Karamojong Elders Seek Solutions to Resolve Dispute with Kapelebyong Cattle rustling 4 1

The Karamojong elders note that whereas the leadership of Kapelebyong has taken extreme measures to address the conflict, as Elders they want a peaceful measure of co-existence with the neighboring districts.
12:42
12:42

Kotido Clans Offer 600 Acres of Land to Elders for Commercial Farming fight hunger 1 1

In May this year, the elders in Kotido district had requested 2,800 acres of land to start a joint commercial farming that they believe would be a solution to end hunger in the region. Already three clans have submitted to the call with each having offered 200 acres of land for cultivation.
11:59
11:59

Why Kotido Elders Prefer Cash to Food Cash relief 1 1

John Bosco Akore, the secretary of Kotido Elders council says the most effective way to distribute relief is to give households cash so that they can plan and spend on what fits them as far as food is concerned.
11:14
11:14

Kotido Leaders Denounce Morutit Resolution karamoja sub region 1

Morutit, like Nabilatuk Resolution was put in place in 2013 to deter locals from stealing cattle. Under the Morutit and Nabilatuk Resolutions, cattle thieves pay twice the number of livestock stolen to the owner and, additional animal for elders and members of the Peace Committee.
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