By Emmanuel Omona PaOkech
Relatives of the 28 people massacred in 2002 by LRA rebels in Agago district have asked government to build a memorial Church in their village.
The LRA massacred relatives who are mainly living at Corner Pa Aculu in Omot Sub County in Agago District claimed they are being disturbed by ugly memories of their relatives killed by the LRA in 2002.
They think that the memorial church and upgrading their primary school- Wang-Lobo day primary school into a boarding school will help them.
They want their children to have better education since most of them were born during the insurgency.
They said that President Yoweri Museveni in memory of their dear ones had pledged to upgrade their primary school-Wang-Lobo Primary school but ever since 2003, nothing has been done and that they are waiting.
The president according to the local leaders pledged to support the relatives of those massacred by the LRA rebels during his presidential campaign at Patongo and repeated the same pledge again last year while in Agago district headquarters for the thanksgiving celebrations of Amos Okot, the area MP.
Bosify Oweka the speaker of Agago district local government confirmed that people whose relatives were killed by the LRA rebels are still traumatized.
He recalled that those abducted by the LRA rebels were chopped into pieces and put in a pot to be cooked for the rest of the abductees to eat that day.