The District received 8,000 doses of vaccines for Foot and Mouth Disease, 5,500 doses of Contagious Bovine Pleuropneumonia (CBPP) 14,000 doses of CCPP, 18,000 doses of PPR and 9,000 doses of sheep and goat pox.
According to Longole, the victim was swiftly transported to Lorengedwat Health Centre III for immediate medical attention. Subsequently, the victim was transferred to Moroto Regional Referral Hospital utilizing a Police Ambulance.
It is alleged that suspected cattle rustlers from the Pian community in Nabilatuk district crossed to Amudat district on July 5, and killed Lochuman Komole Lobai, a prominent Elder also known as a peace lover before raiding his 58 cows.
In 2020, Uganda National Roads Authority contracted QubeRoot Construction Company Limited to murrum the 40-kilometer road at Shillings 5.7 billion. The project was expected to be completed in August 2021. However, three years down the road the constructor is yet to complete the works, something that has angered the district officials.
Michael Longole, the Mt Moroto Regional Police Spokesperson, revealed that the duo took advantage of a heavy downpour to remove an iron sheet from the roof of their cell and flee.
Longole noted that the duo managed to remove one iron sheet from the roof of the cell during heavy downpour and varnished.
According to Lote, the repeated attacks on his home are intended to punish him for providing information to security forces. The warriors allegedly received reliable information from a security agent that Lote was the source of the leaks.
Lote told URN that the suspected warriors have carried out several attacks on his home to punish him for providing information on the armed warriors to the security forces.
Frank Tumwebaze, the minister of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries told URN that since it is rainy season, they have mobilized tractors from Namalere Agriculture Research centre to support farmers in karamoja embark on mechanized agriculture.
On Monday afternoon, over 22 former candidates of Kamatur primary school held a peaceful demonstration at Nabilatuk district headquarters demanding an explanation from the authorities why their results have not been released.
Jancita Ayo, the Nabilatuka Deputy Resident District Commissioner told URN that she was informed by the concerned community members about someone who was loading charcoal prompting her to call the police.
Raymond Korobe, the Nabilatuk District Education Officer, says that the two secondary schools have started admitting senior five students who will later next year be enrolled for the Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education-UACE.