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  • Suspected Rapist in Amuru Stubbed to Death in Amuru

    By Jesse Johnson James A suspected rapist was on Friday last week stabbed to death by an angry mob in Amuru district. The incident happened about 6:30pm in Acoto Village, Amuru Sub County in Amuru district. The deceased who at the time of publishing this story was still unidentified reportedly waylaid and attempted to rape […]

  • Lacor Hospital Management Denies Having Coronavirus Patient

    By Jesse Johnson James The management of St. Marys Hospital Lacor has denied rumour about the presence of a Coronavirus suspect in the  health facility. “Following a rumour that there is a suspect of Coronavirus in the isolation ward at St. Marys Hospital Lacor, we would like to categorically state that we do not have […]

  • Ongwen Not Guilty, His Lawyers Argue In Closing Remarks

    By Tom Maliti International Justice Monitor Dominic Ongwen’s defense team have asked Trial Chamber IX to make one of three determinations when they write their judgement for atrocities he is alleged to have committed in northern Uganda more 15 years ago. On Thursday last week, the defense asked the judges to find Ongwen not guilty […]

  • Lacor Hospital Director Quarantined on Return From Italy

      Jesse Johnson James Dr. Cyprian Opira, the Executive Director of St. Mary’s Hospital Lacor in Gulu is quarantine at the hospital upon return from Italy where he had been recommended for further medical attention. Josephine Anying, the Communication Officer of the hospital told our reporter that Dr. Opira has not shown any symptoms of […]

  • ICC Prosecutors Say Ongwen Willingly Committed Crimes

      By Tom Maliti  International Justice Monitor  International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutors said on Tuesday that as a commander of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), Dominic Ongwen willingly committed the war crimes and crimes against humanity he is alleged to have had a role in more than 15 years ago. Senior trial lawyer Benjamin Gumpert […]

  • Stop Spreading Rumours About Locusts, Warns Ministry of Agriculture Commissioner

    By Jesse Johnson James The Commissioner in the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and fisheries has warned the public against politicizing the desert locusts invasion in Uganda. Stephen Tibeijuka Byantwale, the Commissioner Food Protection in Ministry Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries told our reporter in an interview that some are using the media to spread […]

  • Attiak Sugar Factory Suffers Yet Another Fire

    Jesse Johnson James Attiak Sugar Factory on Tuesday suffered yet another fire outbreak that destroyed an unspecified quantity of sugarcane. Dr. Amina Moghe, the Director of Attiak Sugar Factory, a subsidiary of Horyal Investment Holdings Company Limited told our reporter that the fire broke out at around 12:30pm but was ignored only to escalate. Jimmy […]

  • St. Janani Luwum Pilgrims Speak on their 510km Journey

    By Jesse Johnson James Muto At least 41 pilgrims have joined the St. Janani Luwum’s pilgrimage from Gulu town to Mucwini, Kitgum district. Of these 28 joined from Koro Sub County in Omoro district while 13 joined from the Christ Church Parish in Gulu town. The new pilgrims joined the 75 who started their journey […]

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