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  • 300 Private School Teachers in Gulu Receive Food Aid

    Jesse Johnson James A total of 300 private school teachers rendered jobless due to the coronavirus pandemic on Thursday last week received food aid. The teachers received 10kgs of maize flour and 5kgs of beans each. The donation came from Restore International, a charity organization that runs Restore Leadership Academy, a private school in Amuru […]



  • Gulu Police Officers Beaten to Coma

    Jesse Johnson James Two Police Officers attached to Paicho Police Station in Paicho Sub –County Gulu district were on Tuesday morning beaten to coma while on duty. The officers have been identified as Andrew Mulyamboga, the Officer-in-charge of the station and Edmond Menya, Officer in –charge of criminal investigations. Jimmy Patrick Okema, the Aswa River […]



  • Fake Pastor Arrested in Gulu

    By Jesse Johnson James Police in Gulu on Tuesday evening arrested a man for impersonating a pastor. Stephen Omaro –Rwot thought to be in his 30’s is said to have been masquerading as a pastor of Zion Healing and Restoration Ministries, Gulu Branch. He was netted by police near Centenary Bank in Gulu at around 5 […]



  • Gov’t Earmarks UGX 19bn For Construction of Nwoya Fruit Factory

    By Jesse Johnson James The government through National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) has earmarked UGX 19 billion to construct a fruit processing factory in Nwoya district. The factory is expected to add value to the abundant fruits in the district and other parts of northern Uganda. The factory will be a partnership between NAADS, Delight […]


  • Leader of Opposition Betty Aol Survives Nasty Road Accident in Omoro

    By Jesse Johnson James The Leader of Opposition in the Parliament of Uganda Betty Aol Ocan on Monday morning survived a nasty accident along Gulu –Kampala Highway. Aol who is also the woman Member of Parliament for Gulu District was traveling to Kampala for a meeting when her official vehicle ramped into a pickup registration […]


  • Gulu Hospital Discharges 34 Patients who Recovered from COVID -19

    By Jesse Johnson James Gulu Regional Referral Hospital on Thursday afternoon discharged a total of 34 patients after recovering from COVID -19. Of the discharged 26 are Ugandan truck drivers while eight are foreign.  They were admitted to the hospital for treatment after testing positive for the virus from Elegu border point in Amuru district. […]


  • COVID -19: 3 Kenyan Truck Drivers Discharged from Gulu Hospital upon Recovery

    By Jesse Johnson James Gulu Regional Referral Hospital on Tuesday afternoon discharged three more patients who had recovered from COVID -19. The trio—three male Kenyan drivers—were receiving treatment at the isolation ward at the hospital after they tested positive to the virus from Elegu Border Point in Amuru district last month. The discharge comes after […]


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