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Otuke District

Otuke District
Country  Uganda
Region Northern Uganda
Sub-region Lango sub-region
 • Total 1,549.8 km2 (598.4 sq mi)
Elevation 1,200 m (3,900 ft)
Population (2012 est.)
 • Total 86,000
 • Density 55.5/km2 (144/sq mi)
Time zone EAT (UTC+3)
Website .ug.go.otukewww

Otuke District is a district in Northern Uganda. Like most other Ugandan districts, it is named after its 'chief town', Otuke, where the district headquarters are located.


  • Location 1
  • Overview 2
  • Population 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


Otuke District is bordered by Agago District to the north, Abim District to the northeast, Napak District to the east, Amuria District to the southeast, Alebtong District to the south, Lira District to the southwest and Pader District to the northwest. Otuke, where the district headquarters are located, lies approximately 66 kilometres (41 mi), by road, east of Lira, the largest city in the sub-region.[1] The coordinates of the district are:02 30N, 33 30E (Latitude:2.5000; Longitude:33.5000).


Otuke District was carved out of Lira District effective 1 July 2009.[2] The district is administered by the Otuke District Administration, with headquarters at Otuke. The district is part of the Lango sub-region, which consists of the districts listed below. Lango sub-region was home to an estimated 1.5 million Langi, in 2002, according to the national census conducted that year.


In 1991, the district population was estimated at about 43,500. The 2002 national census estimated the population of the district at approximately 62,000. In 2012, the population of Otuke District was estimated at 86,000.[3]

See also


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External links

  • Otuke District Homepage
  • Achon Rises From LRA Captivity To Become Otuke’s Son of Hope
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