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 +\\ \\ CLAN;PATIKO PABWO\\ \\  HISTORY Narrator is 76 years\\ This is a part of group of Luo who migrated from Bar-el-gazel in southern Sudan at around 1500AD. Their first settlement was at Pubungu presently known as Pakwach. Labongo and his group who supported him crossed the River Nile after misunderstanding between him and is brother Gipir which lead to lose of live. They entered Acholi land and they settle at Obolokume under one leader. \\ History says that from Obolokume a mysterious man appeared, he was believed to have fallen from the sky; he had a tail like that of the lion. He stayed among patiko people and his tail was cut off. He became a great leader, but misunderstanding arose in his leadership which led to division of Patiko in to five different groups and each of the group formed a sub-clan of Patiko.\\ Where Patiko Pabwor moved to Eastern Acholi land, despite the fact that they settled around Baaka hill in the present district called Kitgum, some of the other group decided to moved backward due to the interest of acquiring the fertile land for cultivation,​ so they settled again in the place called Patiko present day’s name as it was derived from the natives occupying the area. This people were peasant farmers with the exception of the few who were the cattle keepers.\\ **MWOC**; Abwor yee, kweya yee, lapwoc yee, jiiya yee
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