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Otuke District is part of the Lango sub-region in Northern Uganda, and was carved out of Lira District in July 2009. It has a population of 104,254 and is 418.8 km from Kampala by road.

The 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.

Majority of the people in Otuke speak the Langi language.

Places to see include Otuke hill, where visitors can learn how to make mwoya (Shea butter).

The economic activities are crop grown and livestock farming. Crops grown include:  maize, coffee, beans, millet, sweet potatoes and bananas. More on Otuke