The home of some of West Nile's most popular children like the late Francis Ayume, Koboko is the gateway to both South Sudan and DR congo. Inhabited by the Kakwa people, Koboko arguably hosts the highest number of the migrant South Sudanese elite which is a reflection of the hospitality and big heartedness of the Kakwa. It is also among the fastest growing towns in the region.
Hail the big heart of the Aringa who inhabit Yumbe! Yumbe hosts the greatest number of refugees from South Sudan mostly in the Bidibidi Refugee Camp. The Aringa are also respected for their inteligence within and outside the region. Business is also another thing the Aringa are good at. As a result, they are some of the most prosperous business owners in the Region. Yumbe is also home to one of Africa's few Basilicas in the Lodonga Minor Basilica. .
Contributing a considerable pertcentage to the regional food basket, Zombo is blessed with enviably fertile soils. The district is inhabited mailnly by the Alur, the Lendu and the Kebu who have a great deal of respect for cultural norms and values. It is also the home of the soccer club Paidha Black Angels that have a great following in the region, trade with DR Congo is also present in the district.
Just like Adjumani district, Moyo district is also inhabited by the Madi people. Moyo is a strategic place for busineses mainly because of the reliable electricty supply. The beautiful Nile also flows through the district and this makes Moyo an ideal spot for people who wish to establish resorts by the riverside.
Maracha district is the home of the Maracha people who are better known in the region for eating the traditiomal grasshopper delicacy uniquely flavoured with simsim or groundnut paste. The district is also the home of legendary pilot the late WIlson Toko. Also in the district is the iconic Miradoa falls that is fast becoming more popular by every passing day as a place to take a breath from the helter skelter of the towns.
Recalling our history, which has been characterized by political and economic instability; Recognizing our struggles as a region against the forces of tyranny, oppression and exploitation; Committment to building a better future by establishing a socio-economic development through a durable solidarity, Hope and progress based on the principles of unity, peace, equality, freedom, social Justice and continuous improvement; West nile is our home. West Nile is fianally on the right path to recovery. As West Nilers, we strongly believe that our history is important, yes but it does not define our future. We are journeying into the future together as the Lugbara, Madi, Alur, Kakwa, Kebu, Lendu and any other persons present in the region as one people for the best of us all despite our cultural differences.