The staff are all very friendly and accommodating and cook the most delicious food (seeing as you are in the middle of nowhere), you will definitely not go hungry. They also catered beautifully for me as a vegetarian.
The accommodation is basic but seeing as you are staying on the border of Kidepo Valley National Park it's like luxury. We stayed in a safari tent which had 2 single beds which were very comfortable and although we were worried about getting cold the blankets kept us toasty warm. The tent also backs onto a stone ensuite with hot running water, which was bliss.
John (the owner's father) personally drove us from Fugly's in Kitgum to Nga Moru, showed us around the property and sat with us around the fire after dinner telling stories from being a park ranger. Such great personable hospitality.
The views look out over the valley and were amazing (the sunrise is worth getting up early for). We were even told that wildlife frequently walk through the camp, including lions which was a bit scary but awesome as you really are in the middle of the African wilderness.
Augustine was our driver through the park, he was very friendly and informative and we managed to see elephants, buffalo, water buck, eland, warthog, crocodile, zebra and more.
I would highly recommend Nga Moru if you are looking for a place to be close to nature and enjoy Kidepo Valley National Park.