Cassava and grain plantations have since been razed as animals tramp on vegetation across several villages in the district. But with the destruction came the rampant death of animals, in what is believed to be an act of vengeance by those being angered by the damages.
Edward Kiwanuka, the City Town Clerk disclosed that part of the money will be used for the development of Gulu City master plan, expand, maintain and open new roads in 12 parishes annexed to the city from the neighbouring Omoro District.
Local leaders in the area say that the disputed land in question was before Gulu High Court which ruled in favour of Kabujji and his family and eviction of land grabbers was successfully conducted by authorities.
Now Acholi diaspora have opened up an account with Lloyds Bank; a British retail and commercial bank with branches across England and Wales to raise funds to meet Anek’s upkeep and medical bills under Acct No: 57285860 and S/C No: 30-96-26.