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The Northern Uganda Transitional Justice Initiative Hands Over Books to JLOS

The Northern Uganda Transitional Justice Initiative (NUTI) has given the Justice Law and Order Sector a set of law books valued at US dollars 49,201.07 to support the Community Justice Centres at Pader, Patongo, Otuke and Kiryadongo.

Some of the books will be distributed to courts, offices of the directorate of public prosecution and police stations and posts in Northern Uganda including the High Court at Lira.

The handover function was held on 21st April 2011, at the offices of the Directorate of Public Prosecutions and was presided over by Mr. Amos Ngolobe, the Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions on behalf of JLOS and Mr. John Gattorn, USAID/OTI Country Representative. Mr. Gadenya Paul Wolimbwa, Ms. Harriet Muwanga of USAID and officials from NUTI attended the brief handover ceremony.

The books are meant to improve the quality of justice through enhanced investigation, prosecution and adjudication of cases.

 

By Edgar Kuhimbisa