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Stanley Ebele

District head Freelance reporter District Head in Karamoja, Uganda

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07:50
07:50

Kapelebyong District Council Approves New Constituency 1

Francis Akorikin, the LC V Chairperson of Kapelebyong District, emphasized the unique circumstances of Kapelebyong, located on the border with Karamoja.
12:36
12:36

Police Intensify Investigations on School Break in 2

According to Moru, the thieves managed to open the padlock to the Deputy Head Teacher’s Office and gained access to his office after opening another padlock.
10:44
10:44

Karamoja Mourns Fr. Simon Lokodo 1 1

Fr. Lokodo who served Dodoth West Constituency, now in Karenga District as Member of Parliament since 2006 died on Saturday from Geneva, Switzerland where had gone to represent the chairman of the Uganda Human Rights Commission during the Universal Periodic Review working group which is reviewing Uganda's human rights record.
12:14
12:14

Moroto Opens Schools in Mining Areas education for all 3

This is the first time the children in these mining communities are getting access to formal education. All along, they have been mainly involved in mining activities and unable to study due to long distances from their areas to the nearest schools within Mororo.
12:34
12:34

RDC Orders Police to Close Bars Selling Crude Waragi enguli act 3

Shilaku wants police to impound and pour all crude waragi including that being sold in bars. He warns that the bar owners who don’t heed the directive shall be arrested.
16:11
16:11

Moroto Schools Flooded with Pupils after Re-opening 2 4

Classes cannot longer observe social distancing to control Covid-19 as five pupils sit on one desk while the children cannot move or come out in the middle of the lesson as they are close to one another. The learners are crowded up to the blackboard leaving the teacher very small space in front of the classroom.
12:56
12:56

Residents Claim Ownership of Land Occupied by Prisons in Abim 2

Led by Rev. Caleb Omwony, the LCIII Chairperson of Abim Sub County, the families are claiming over 2,000 acres of land they allegedly lost when they were reportedly forced out of the area due to insecurity.