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13:27
13:27

Agago Service Commission On Spot for Recruiting Excess Personnel 2

It’s reported that the District Service Commission advertised for 24 jobs slots for Parish Chiefs who are expected to oversee the implementation of the Parish Development Model (PDM). However, the list of successful applicants had 74 recruits, 50 personnel more than what was required.
14:45
14:45

LCIII Chairpersons in Agago Protest Delayed Salaries 4

Ben Moses Ocan, the Kuywee Sub County LCIII Chairperson says they haven't yet received their salaries for the past eight months ever since they were sworn into office in May last year.
15:08
15:08

Construction of Wol SEED School Hangs in Balance Over Land Dispute 2 2

Through their lawyer, Egaru and Company Advocates, the applicants want the court to issue a permanent injunction restraining the school and Ventorino Otto from using, claiming the land in contention, or receiving any benefits or compensation from the school occupying the land.
15:47
15:47

Police Seize Fake US Dollars in Agago District 1

The Aswa River Region Police Spokesperson David Odongo Mudong says that preliminary investigations indicate that the suspects were arrested as they tried to con a local businessman Joel Otema.
14:17
14:17

Agago Receives UGX 3.1 Billion for Operation of Newly Created Administrative Units

The Agago Senior District Planner, Bongomin Akal, says that part of the disbursement totaling Shillings 2.3billion has been apportioned to cater for infrastructure development, non-wage, recurrent development grants, ex-gratia honoraria, and councilors allowances.
16:08
16:08

Three Arrested for Marrying off 15-Year-Old Girl 1

Richard Stanley Odong, the Wol Sub County LC V Councilor, says that the suspects were found holding a traditional marriage function after the prospective groom paid off the bride price.
14:54
14:54

Agago Town Clerk Locked Out of Office 2

The Patongo Urban Council III Chairperson Joseph Komakech presented allegations of corruption, incompetence, misappropriating funds and poor interpersonal relationship with others as part of their reasons that they want the transfer of the Town Clerk.
16:38
16:38

Agago Youth Fail to Repay UGX 700 Million Youth Funds 3

Charles Kumakec, the Chairperson of Oyarontonge Superstars Computer Application Youth Group in Agago Town Council, attributed the poor repayment of the YLP funds to limited training of the beneficiaries on enterprise selection and financial management skills.
12:56
12:56

Agago Head Teachers Protest Mandatory UGX 100,000 Training Fee 2

The three-day training that was supposed to commence on Wednesday was organized by the district education to orient headteachers of all government-aided primary and secondary schools ahead of the school reopening slated for January next year.
13:01
13:01

Mob in Agago Lynches Man Over Death Of 18-Year-Old Boy 2

The Patongo Urban Council III Chairperson Joseph Komakech says that the suspect Ssalongo Doctor Makau 37, hacked the victim he had reportedly hired to lay bricks.
12:35
12:35

Councilor Seeks Resignation of Workers’ Rep. for Clinging on Public Office 3 2

By the time of his election, the workers representative James Ocan Oyaro was serving as the Human Resource Personnel Officer at Patongo Town Council. He was subsequently appointed the Senior Assistant Secretary for Lamiyo Sub County in Agago district, an office he assumed on Friday.
11:36
11:36

Over 1,000 Teenage Pregnancies Recorded in Agago in One Year

Agago District Probation Office records show that the people who visited different health centres to access antenatal services during the last year included 1,339 adolescent girls aged between 12 and 19. Another 633 cases were registered between April and September 2021, most of them in the Sub Counties of Adilang and Omot.
13:12
13:12

Hundreds of Christians in Agago Blocked from Accessing Martyrs Shrine 1 2

On Wednesday morning, due to the covid-19 restrictions, several Christians within and outside Agago who turned for the annual Christian event were denied access to the venue.
12:46
12:46

Pictorial: Christians Mark 103rd Anniversary of Martyrdom of Daudi Okello and Jildo Irwa Top story

The District Covid-19 Taskforce headed by the Resident District Commissioner Suzan Akany Tuesday directed the suspension of prayers at the martyr’s shrine to curb the spread of Covid-19.
08:02
08:02

103rd Irwa, Okello Memorial Prayers Suspended over Covid-19 1

More than 500 people including pilgrims and businessmen had by Tuesday afternoon pitched camp at the shrine with just a handful observing the standard operating procedures-SOPs.
16:44
16:44

Floods Cut Off Six Villages in Agago District 3

The rains have submerged feeder roads and major bridges in the area leaving residents struggling to access social services.
10:52
10:52

Heavy Rains Leave Households Homeless in Agago District adilang subcounty 2 2

Mohammed Okwir, the Adilang Sub-County LCIII Chairperson says that the families are now in dire need of urgent help adding that there is a possibility of food shortage in the next months due to crop destruction.
09:57
09:57

Lightning Strikes Mother and Daughter Dead in Agago Wol Town Council 1

The lightning victims were reportedly struck dead at about 5 pm on Monday evening during a heavy downpour, at their home in Lotome Cell in Panyagol Parish, Wol Town Council.
13:20
13:20

Manpower Shortages Hamper Services in Agago District understaffing 2 1

Agago District Chairperson Leonard Ojok Opio says that they are working around the clock and engaging the Public Service Commission for an increment in the wage bill to allow them to recruit more staff. He says currently the district has a shortage of close to 500 teachers while the health sector alone requires about 100 staff considering that some health facilities will be elevated from Health Center II to Health Center III.
15:54
15:54

Agago Introduces Hefty Fines For Illegal Charcoal Dealers 1 1

According to Opio, owners of small trucks impounded with charcoal will be required to pay shillings 1.5 million while big lorries will pay shillings 3 million. while culprits apprehended transporting charcoal in trailer trucks will pay between shillings 5 and 10 million.
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