Prime Minister Dr Ruhakana Rugunda spent Monday in Northern Uganda trying to settle Apaa land disputes in Juka village in Adjumani district.
Last week, a clash between the Acholi and Madi left four people dead and 21 others badly injured while over 60 huts were torched.
In March, one person was killed and more than 130 huts burnt by armed thugs in Apaa.
A team led by Rugunda and comprising of Minister of Lands Betty Amongi, Minister of State for Tourism, Godfrey Kiwanda, Minister for Disaster Preparedness Hillary Onek, visited the area.
According to Rugunda’s publicist, Julius Mucunguzi, they arrived at Gulu air strip by chopper and then headed to Lachor hospital to check on the victims before holding meetings with communities.
After checking on the victims of the conflict at Lachor hospital, the team met the Rwot of Acholi before travelling to Amuru and Adjumani to settle the land disputes.
About 700 people mostly the Acholi from Juka village have been displaced in the violence and camping at Apaa trading centre, according to media reports.
About 100 Madi people also fled the violence and are camping at Zoka primary school.
Speaking in Arua over the weekend, the Speaker of Parliament, Rebecca Kadaga, said government had been tasked to demarcate the boundaries.
She reminded the First Deputy Prime Minister, Gen. Moses Ali, to follow up the matter and complete the demarcation exercise.
West Nile is currently mired in border conflicts with deaths reported. There are international border disputes with South Sudan in the districts of Lamwo, Amuru, Moyo and Yumbe.
There are also disputes with the Democratic Republic of Congo in the districts of Nebbi, Zombo and Arua.
Apart from the international disputes, there are also inter-district border disputes between Gulu and Amuru; Amuru and Adjumani, Yumbe with Arua, Moyo and Yumbe, Nebbi and Nwoya including sub-county and parish conflicts.