President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni yesterday while addressing the nation Covid-19 situation in the country touched Bijambiya killings in greater Masaka. The incumbent President said he doesn't know why these criminals are trying to miscalculate to believe that they can employ anti-people methods to cause insecurity and capture power forcefully from the NRM.
Ugandan forces hunting Kony photo /courtesy For almost two decades between the nineties and 2000's notorious warlord Kony terrorised villagers in Northern Uganda and all the surrounding areas. Joseph Kony formed the lord resistance army commonly referred to as the LRA which he used to fight the Ugandan government. He abducted children and adults alike forcing then to join his army. His conflict with the Ugandan government resulted to many civilian deaths. Joseph Kony photo courtesy To control his army, Kony
Known as the “white ant” Dominic Ongwen is said to have joined the Lords Resistance Army when he was 9 years old on his way to school.Shortly after his abduction in 1987, he tried to escape alongside three others and after being caught he was forced to skin one of the others as a warning a psychiatrist at his war crime trial at the international criminal courts (ICC) said.