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Olilim Sub county Headquarters Closed After Two Officials Testing Positive For COVID

Janet Akello, the Speaker of Olilim sub-county, says that the rest of the staffs have been asked to work from home for now. She, however, says that this is likely to affect service delivery since the offices were closed abruptly without any briefing.
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Olilim sub-county headquarters in Otuke District has closed its doors to the public after two officials tested positive for coronavirus. The duo including the sub-county chief, Richard Odongo and LC 3 chairperson Francis Otyama, are currently under home-based care management.

Janet Akello, the speaker Olilim sub-county, says that the rest of the staffs have been asked to work from home for now. She, however, says that this is likely to affect service delivery since the offices were closed abruptly without any briefing.

 

Luo byte:

//Cue in: “Idakika nii kom…



 

Cue out: … pwod tye icinge.”//

 

Isaac Opio, the sub-county vice chairperson who should have assumed office at the moment is reported to be sick-making it hard for normal operation of the offices.

Luo byte:

//Cue in: “En ka onwongo…





Cue out: … igombola kunaca.”//





Sam Emuna, the Anepkide parish LC III councillor has asked the government to consider supplying sanitisers to all sub-counties and handwashing facilities to areas, which attract many people.    

Luo byte:



//Cue in: “Two nii twero…

Cue out: … balo jo ducu.”//

 

Otuke is one of the few districts in the country with the least number of COVID- 19 cases. Only 27 people have tested positive for the virus in the district from the over 270 samples tested. No death has been recommended yet.

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