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17:02
17:02

Three Arrested in Dokolo Over Alleged Killing of Businesswoman 2

It is alleged that Ebong, who was in a relationship with Amek picked a quarrel with the deceased. Amek later disappeared under unclear circumstances and was found dead.
16:17
16:17

Four Lamwo District Staff Interdicted over Alleged Embezzlement of Funds 1

It is alleged that Lakot and her sub accountant colluded and reportedly withdrew 5.6 million shillings from the sub-county bank accounts purportedly to construct a latrine at Madi Opei Sub County headquarters.
11:43
11:43

Gov't Allocates UGX3 Billion to Gulu Archdiocese for Cassava Production Catholic Church 1 2

“The 68% poverty in the region is high and the government needs to prioritize support to farmers through industrialization and commercialization,” Bishop Odama explained.
08:17
08:17

Akol Calls for Unity as He Assumes Acholi Parliamentary Group Leadership 2 1

Akol, the Kilak North Member of Parliament was elected to lead APG for a two-and-a-half-year tenure on Thursday from Parliament. He collected 11 votes to defeat Omoro District Woman Member of Parliament Catherine Lamwaka who had 10 votes. The two other contenders; Phillip Okin Ojara and Hillary Onek Obaloker stepped down before the polls.
16:06
16:06

Security Personnel Accused of Harassing Health Workers During Curfew 1 1

Innocent Rubangakene, a Laboratory scientist at Kitgum General Hospital told members of Kitgum Covid-19 Task Force on Thursday that he has been a victim of harassment meted on him by security personnel during curfew hours.
14:05
14:05

Gov’t Defers Covid-19 Cash Payment for 600 in Kitgum 2

Some 3,675 people were registered within the Municipality to get the 100,000 Shillings cash relief for those whose daily earnings were affected by the 42 days’ lockdown instituted by the government.
14:03
14:03

Hailstorm Leaves Trail of Destruction in Gulu 1 4

David Acire, the Lukodi Village LC I chairperson told URN on Thursday morning that preliminary findings indicate that the rain destroyed hundreds of acres of crop gardens belonging to 516 households and several houses.