THE inhabitants of the Agoro Valley (River Okura).iflt.he Acholi District.
.t appear to be divisible into •t'O distinct groups, the NgarO and Pobar
groups. it is, 1 think. to the former community that the introductIon of irrigation
into this area is due. Tradition states that the Ngaro clan (i use this
word for want of a better) migrated from the northern or Sudan side of the
' Im atong MountainS. from a place called LulCoron0\vbetC there still deli
to his day two clans, the Talango and Lolibai, who areculturallY closely allied
to the Ngaro. on their first arival at the headWáters of:the. Okura River.
system. they occupied the area knowfl as pule from which they were able to