Two Lords Resistance Army rebel fighters have surrendered to the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces and Democratic Republic of Congo forces in Faradje today.
The army spokesman, Lt. Col. Felix Kulayigye says they will be flown back to Uganda anytime.
Kulayigye says he has not got the details of these two rebels but he says they are child soldiers whom Kony recruited in his force.
He says these two rebels have been privates in LRA ranks. Kulaigye says the two young returnees claim that Joseph Kony, the leader of LRA rebels is still hiding in the Central African Republic. UPDF is still hunting for Kony and his troops in Central African Republic.
Source: Ultimate Media (via www.ugpulse.com) Saturday, 03 April 2010 - Uganda Government News: Two LRA rebels surrender to UPDF in Congo
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