Blind clashes in the dense, occupied forests of Central Africa
Tuesday, 01 July 2014 Konye Obaji Ori
Forces in the forests of Central Africa have clashed as instability and lawlessness continue to attract insurgent groups, bandits, vigilantes, deserters and renegades, as well as government forces from several countries.
After years of living in the inhospitable jungle of the Central African Republic, some members of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA), Uganda's notorious rebel movement, have expressed their will to surrender their arms and return to their homes in northern Uganda.
Elusive jungle warlord, Joseph Kony and his fighters have considered the option of surrendering and be resettled in the Central African Republic, reports emerging from the central African nation claim.
Walter Ojok should be enjoying his life as a young teenage boy with all life's trials and tribulations. Instead, he lies hapless and nude on a stack of dry reeds, peering at the grass thatched roof of his family's hut, unable to communicate, always watched over.
Hunt for Kony suspended, as AU engages Seleka rebels
Thursday, 04 April 2013 Godfrey Olukya
The African Union has called for the suspension of the search for Ugandan rebel leader, Joseph Kony in the Central African Republic, as it engages Seleka rebels that recently took over leadership in that country.