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Amuru boss replaces executive

By Vision Reporter

Added 6th October 2009 03:00 AM

THE Amuru district LC5 chairman, Anthony Atube Omach, has dropped all the members of his executive committee and appointed a new team.

THE Amuru district LC5 chairman, Anthony Atube Omach, has dropped all the members of his executive committee and appointed a new team.

By Chris Ocowun
THE Amuru district LC5 chairman, Anthony Atube Omach, has dropped all the members of his executive committee and appointed a new team.

He announced the re-shuffle in a council meeting on Friday. “This is a routine move aimed at improving service delivery,” Omach said.

When he was elected as chairman, he promised to rotate the appointments of the executive committee so that each district councillor was able to get field experience as a member of the executive committee.

Those dropped were Patrick Okello Oryema, the councillor for Purongo sub-count. He was the vice- chairman and secretary for finance, planning and administration.

He has been replaced by Justice Oloya Lungajul, a councillor for Koch-Goma, as vice-chairman. Alero sub-county councillor, Hussein Onek, will take over his other role as secretary for finance, planning and administration.

Oloya will also be the secretary for health and education, replacing Gilbert Olanya, the councillor for Amuru sub-county.

He dropped Basil Odong-Piny P’akiyo as the secretary for production and marketing and appointed the Pabbo sub-county councillor, Dennis Kinyera.

Evelyn Ayero Oyugi, the woman LC5 councillor for Amuru sub-county is now the secretary for community services.

She replaces Gertrude Adong Odora, the woman representative for Purongo, Anaka and Alero sub-counties.

“It was agreed when we were being appointed as members of Amuru district executive committee three years ago that we would serve for two years after which a new team would be appointed for the same period.

There is no problem with these changes,” Olanya, the out-going secretary for education and health, said.

Amuru boss replaces executive

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