Family members of the former Supreme Court Judge, Stella Arach-Amoko, have agreed to bury her at a neutral place. This is after a dispute erupted about the right burial place.
The children and relatives of the deceased have since petitioned the court, demanding she be buried at Jukia Hill in Nebbi Town, contrary to official plans to bury her at her husband, Ambassador James Amoko’s home in Adjumani.
The children were citing her royal heritage and declaration before her death.
In addition, after a meeting convened by former Law Society president Francis Gimara today, the families adopted a win-win spirit to resolve the dispute.
They agreed to have Justice Amoko buried in a neutral place at the Arua Catholic Cathedral cemetery.
Justice Stella Arach-Amoko died on Saturday last week at Nakasero Hospital, aged 69. She was supposed to be buried today, Friday, June 23, 2023.
Further more, the family members of the deceased have since petitioned the court, demanding she be buried at Jukia Hill in Nebbi Town, contrary to official plans to bury her at her husband, Ambassador James Amoko’s home in Adjumani.
Here at Uncovered News, we pray that the burial of the deceased Amoko doesn’t result in to disturbances. May her soul rest in peace and harmony. 🙏🙏🙏🙏
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