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Reverend Vicky Ecipu Expresses Concern Over Disunity Among Leaders

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By Emmanuel Akol

The Rev Vicky Ecipu, Reverend of St Paul Church of Uganda in Katakwi, has expressed concern over the disunity factor towards the leaders of Teso. She made this during an exclusive interview with our report on Sunday at St. Paul church of Uganda.

According to Reverend Ecipu, disunity among the leaders in Teso has brought a big gap towards service delivery among them.

“Most of the people in the districts have been left behind from developmental matters because a number of them are focusing on un valuable things like playing Luddo, Cards, Gamboling and drunkenness” she said.

This is an indication that they might cause havoc in the near future, considering that most of them have not changed their mindset towards development.

The cleric’s comments come at a time when in the wee hours of last week youth staged at Abela rock point called ACOMAI and stoned players who were coming back from their football match which left all the mirrors of the Taxis destroyed.

She cautions leaders to desist from buying un profitable things to youth i.e Aluddo, Mwezo but set up possible ways of changing their mindset.

However the Resident district commissioner Katakwi Rt. Maj Godfrey Katamba condemned the act and warned the youth to desist from leprosy manners and focus on poverty eradication in their households.

“As security head in the district, we have already deployed all the security agencies in the district in order to curb vice during and after festive season” RDC added.

Katamba who was ferrous during an interview with our reporter assured the Katakwi district peace and security and warned the wrong elements to desist from unlawful acts or less they will face rough.

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