The election violence victims benefitiaries include the families of the late Mark Elobat from Palam Sub-county in Ngariam county and late Teresa Akiror of Apule village in Kapujan, Lucy Apenyo of Apule village. Charles Otyang also of Apule village, Toroma county. These were shot at at the polling station and sustained serious injuries during the last 2021 general elections.
Vice President Jessica Alupo, also woman MP-Katakwi District; accompanied by the Statehouse Comptroller Jane Barekye condoled with the families who lost their loved ones. They said that government has the capacity to give justice to victims.
She gave them assurance that they will arrest the culprits. She urged law enforcement agencies to follow up on the issues to their logical conclusion.
Alupo thanked government, especially President Yoweri Museveni for creating and maintaining an enabling environment for Ugandans to enjoy security for the last three decades.
The Vice President also joined the faithful at St.Pancras’ Catholic Parish Toroma. This church at the time celebrated over 80 years under the theme from Luke 17: 5 ” Lord, increase our faith”.
The church then held a fundraiser to rally support that will see their development activities get underway. The Vice President full filled her pledge of 20m for seats for St Pancras Catholic Church.
The statehouse Comptroller Jane Baryekye donated two million shillings towards the construction of Regina Caeli cathedral.
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