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Lord's Resistance Army insurgency (LRA) is an ongoing guerrilla campaign in Uganda which was formed in 1987.In DRC and Central Africa the movement is less active currently making Uganda the only outstanding country where the resistance is experienced.Today Dominic Ongwen the former LRA leader was found guilty by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for war accusations.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has convicted former LRA child soldier Dominic Ongwen to 25 years in prison.Forty-five-year-old Ongwen was found guilty by the International Criminal Court for 61 offenses including murder of innocent civilians in Northern Uganda.The Prosecution wanted him to serve a 20-year prison sentence as he was abducted at a young age by the Lord's Resistance Army under Joseph Kony so he was facing a maximum of up to 30 years in prison.
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.
A UPDF (Uganda People's Defence Forces) officer check the corpse of LRA (Lord Resistance Army) third in command Raska Lukwiya 12 August 2006 Photo: gettyimages Uganda is set to go for the general elections next year (2021). In this election, the incumbent president Museveni will be contesting against the vibrant Ugandan MP, Bobi Wine, who now appears to be his main antagonist in the coming elections. When Museveni seized power in 1986, he promise to establish a government that will tackle challenges Ugandan
President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni of the Republic of Uganda have received a big blow after he posted this photo on his Tweet today: Museveni, who is in his Campaign for Presidential Election scheduled for January 2021 was notifying his supporters of his next move in reaching out to the people of Uganda: "The commitment to all our supporters is that we shall bring the message to you, but safely. Stay safe, do not tempt the pandemic. Here, I am leaving Balarege (a former stronghold of the LRA) in Otuke to Apac
A former child soldier by the name Dominic Ongwen has been sentenced to 25 years for war crimes and crimes against humanity.The 45 year old became a top commander of the rebel group Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) in Uganda.Joseph Kony (courtesy) His actions in early 2000s while in the LRA constituted of murders, rapes and sexual enslavement.
Dominic Ogweny | Photo | Courtesy Uganda is one of the East African countries that has had to endure the devastatingly negative effects of rebel activities.The rebels of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) have been operating in Northern Uganda after launching an offensive against the government of President Yoweri Museveni.
45 year old Dominic Ongweny was sentenced to 25 years imprisonment by the ICC after it found him guilty of 61 charges among them rape, murder and sexual enslavement.Ongweny, a former child abductee who later become one of the top commanders of the rebel Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), famously went by the alias "White Ant" during the attacks by his soldiers on refugee camps in Northern Uganda.
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.
Earlier today, the International Criminal Court (ICC), sentenced the former LRA Commander, Dominic Ongwen to 25 years of imprisonment.Mr. Ongwen was accused of of 61 criminal offenses that include the mass killing of innocent people in the Northern Uganda and he is said to be one of the most brutal members of the LRA.
ICC has today provided a judicial ruling to the Ugandan commander of Lord's Resistance Army of the war crimes perpetrated among the Ugandan nationals. The commander, Dominic Ongwen aged at 45 years has been declared guilty of 60 criminal charges that happened early in the 2000,s. Dominic is accused of ordering attacks to refugee camps since he was a powerful senior commander of the LRA, which was under the the commander Joseph Kony. They all waged war to people in order to set up a state based on the Ten commandments.
The International tribunal (ICC) on could six sentenced former kid soldier Dominic Ongwen to twenty five years in jail for war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in northern African country.Ongwen, now 45, becomes the primary Ugandan and former LRA commander to be tried, guilty and sentenced by The Hague-based Court.
THE CONGO MASSACRE In the early 2000s, the Lord's resistance army was a formidable Christian resistance cult. It was reasonably strong but more bent on terror and ruthlessness in its pursuits. In the Democratic republic of Congo, they went about terrorising locals. They cut off peoples lips and limbs, looted , raped and slaughtered entire villages. One such massacre took place over Christmas in 2008. The terror group simultaneously attacked three villages in and around Doruma, Faradje and Duru. They lay in wait
Dominic Ongwen, 45, a former child soldier who became a commander of the Lords Resistance Army (LRA), was born in the neighbouring village of Kaladima. The LRA group is responsible for about 100,000 people deaths and close to 60,000 abducted children in a campaign of violence that has spread from Uganda, the DRC, the Central African Republic and to parts of Sudan. It as a relief for the people of Lukodi village, north of Uganda whom whom were listening to the proceedings from local radios and others watching
Dominic Ongwen was born in 1975 in the village of Choorum, Kilak County, Amuru district, Northern Uganda. He is a former child abductee and child soldier, and the former commander of the Sinia Brigade of the Lord's Resistance Army, a guerrilla group that formerly operated in northern Uganda. Ongwen was the lowest ranking of the five LRA leaders for whom the ICC issued their first ever warrants in June 2005. He is the only one who the court succeeded in detaining, and, with the exception of the leader, Joseph
Dominic has been compared to Hosama Bin Laden for his most vicious inhumane acts to the people of Nothern Uganda. The Lord's Resitstance Army (LRA) commander has totured many people out of ignorance, people even wondered if he has a heart. His criminality is beyond imagination and his conviction to International Criminal Court on thursday has given many a relief of peace. There is only the lone worry of his Commander Joseph Okeny and ICC has called upon help from other countries to help keep him under control.