Oyam District in the Northern part of Uganda has a population of 383,644 people majority of whom are of the Lango ethnic group. The Lango speak LebLango, a dialect that’s mutually intelligible with the Luo language. Oyam was carved out of Apac District in 2006, and it is 289.9 km from Kampala.
94.5% of households here are engaged in subsistence farming and animal rearing. Cotton, cassava, beans, pineapples and sweet potatoes are the main crops grown. Animals reared are cattle, goats, chickens and sheep.
The magnificent Karuma Falls are the main tourist attraction of Oyam DIstrict. Statistics on Oyam