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08:06
08:06

Family Seeks Justice for Father Arrested Over Alleged Apaa Killing Apaa Township 1

Olanya's arrest follows fights between the Acholi and Madi communities over the ownership and control of Zoka C village, resulting in the death of one person, Edward Idro, 34, on September 19.
18:11
18:11

Two Killed as Acholi Fight Madi over Land in Apaa Apaa Township

Wilson Acuma, the Coordinator of Local Council 1 Chairpersons in Apaa reported that a new group of Madi people invaded their villages this morning seeking to avenge the death of their militants.
11:44
11:44

A Dozen Acholi Abducted as Tribal Violence Resumes in Amuru bows and arrows

Wilson Acuma, the Coordinator of Local Council I Chairpersons in Apaa says the attackers are part of a larger group of Madi people who are being incited by their political leaders to evict the Acholi community through violence.
16:51
16:51

COVID-19 Restrictions Trigger Tension in Apaa Township Apaa land conflict 1

Anthony Ocaya, the Apaa Township LC II Chairperson told URN that a scuffle ensued after security rejected the demands by traders prompting residents to pelt them with stones claiming that they were segregating between the Acholis and Madi.
14:05
14:05

Residents in Apaa Township Abandon Farming over Fear Apaa land conflict. 1 1

Kenneth Opoka the Local Chairperson for Lulai Village says that hundreds of farmers in his area have resorted to small scale farming majorly around their homesteads for fears that they may be attacked while cultivating in distant places.
16:08
16:08

Apaa Residents Reject Gov`t Mosquito Nets Apaa Township

Wilson Acuma, a member of the local council executives also told URN that they have submitted a fresh list of the over 5000 residents to the district health department through their village health teams.
07:43
07:43

Pictorial: Illegal Charcoal Business Booming in Contested Apaa Township Gilbert Olanya 3 16 Top story

Our reporter saw many other charcoal camps scattered across the area. The illegal dealers told URN on Wednesday that they are from Eastern and Central Uganda and are buying each tree from the residents at Shillings 8,000 to burn for charcoal.
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