Amony who has since published a book titled “I am Evelyn Amony” says its important for victims of the LRA war in the region to share their story to find healing and encouraged fellow women to write their own stories.
The seasonal river bank which snakes through the Municipality is currently congested with varied plastic and food wastes. The river serves hundreds of people within the Municipality with water for domestic use and Agriculture.
Robert Ogen, the officer in charge of Criminal Investigation at Kitgum Central Police Station says the arrest is in line with the district’s education ordinance that bars involvement of school going children in night clubs.
The Kitgum District LC V Chairperson, Jackson Omona says the operation follows reports of increased presence of secondary students at night events meant for adults. He cited specific cases of young boys and girls attending corporate nights, a social gathering meant for working class adults that is held every last Friday of the month.
Ocen says on a day he can’t recall, he and more than 25 other people lured for the job embarked on a journey from Kampala at 10am in a bus to Kasese Town and later crossed into DRC through Bwera Border post.
Felix Obedi, a teacher at Pandwong Primary school, says the campaign has helped them to detect some candidates who would have missed their examinations due to malaria. He explained that some years back, some candidates from their school missed PLE since no measures had been taken ensure they are tested and treated in preparation for the exams.
Emmanuel Banya, the Kitgum Municipal Council Town Clerk told URN in an interview on Tuesday that ever since the money was released, it has been idle in the Municipal Council bank account pending procurement of a consultant by Lands Ministry.
David Onen Acana II, the Acholi Paramount Chief says the meeting scheduled to be held in two weeks’ time will broadly look into all proposals being discussed for possible enactments as laws on traditional marriage.
Dr Patrick Asibo, who is supervising the campaign in Kitgum district told URN this morning that his team surpassed the health Ministry’s target and vaccinated a total of 104,069 children [109.9 percent] in the five days’ exercise.
The resolution was reached during a court session on an appeal filed by the vendor’s legal representative Dalton Opwonya, seeking to challenge a decision by the High Court in Gulu which lifted a temporary injunction against the eviction of vendors from the site.