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women can help the international court to find Joseph Kony

joseph Kony was born between 1961 and 1964 in Odek, a village in northern Uganda. He is a member of the Acholi people, an ethnic group estimated to make up 5% of Uganda’s population. His father, Luizi Obol, was a teacher and a lay preacher at the local Catholic Church. His mother, Nora, tended to the family farm.Joseph Kony is the youngest of six siblings. He had a good relationship with his family, but was quick to temper and would often use violence to solve problems. He was chided in primary school for using his brawn over brains.
While not a bright student, Joseph Kony was well humored and polite. He showed skill in soccer and was one of the best Larakaraka dancers – a traditional Acholi dance – in his village. He was also an altar boy at his father’s Church for several years.

After dropping out of school before graduating, Joseph Kony began work as an apprentice with his brother, under the guidance of the village witch doctor.

During the Ugandan Bush War of the mid 1980’s there were multiple conflicts between Acholi-born President Okello and President Museveni’s National Resistance Army (NRA). Okello eventually fled and the Acholi people feared retribution from the NRA. This man has been killing people, devasting villages and much more.

My interest is that, us women are the women having babies with this monster, he is our neighbors, what can we do to end this cruality? women stand up right now where you , if you have information please give it out so that the world may find solution. Million of people are died, other thousand are orphans and widows,etc

please do something

Gloria Bitomwa
From the republic of Congo



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come guys

let us put our effort together and find this monster

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