Hundreds of pupils in Apaa are currently stranded after their schools were burnt during the Apaa land clash that left eight(8) people dead, several others injured and an estimated 7,000 people displaced.
On Wednesday last week, unknown men using bows and arrows suspected to be Madi from Adjumani district attacked residents in Apaa parish, Pabbo subcounty, Amuru district in a renewed land clash that has now been for years. Deaths, injuries, displacements, grief were inflicted on the Acholi who had since been occupying the area.
Pupils from Joka Primary school and Punudyang Community primary schools have been greatly affected after their schools were razed down during the clash.
Kilak North county Member of Parliament Gilbert Olanya is asking government to help rebuild the school.
“Pupils from these schools have fled with their parents to the camps because their schools were burnt down during the attack. We ask the government to provide us with Iron sheets for the reconstruction of the schools.”- Olanya said.
By TNT team