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The United States of America has announced a 17 billion Ugandan shilling cash reward for any thread to Joseph Connie so that he can respond to crimes against humanity committed in northern Uganda according to the “First Africa” website.
The U.S. State Department revealed this through a “War Crime Reward Program.”
The American War Crimes Rewards program said on Twitter: “Joseph Connie has been wanted for more than 15 years.” “You can help bring him to justice and get money up to $5 million (about 17 billion shillings) 100% secret.”
In the 90s, Shen Joseph Connie, a former boy in the slaughterhouse, fought against the Ugandan government that witnessed the killing of thousands of locals from northern Uganda, robbing and evading them from their homes, and escaping to internally displaced camps.
The ongoing rebellion two decades ago led to the emergence of detention camps in northern Uganda where more than two million people were detained but people slowly returned to their homes after being and his rebel group were expelled to the Central African Republic by the Ugandan Defense Forces.
On several occasions, there have been efforts to have peace talks with the rebels but not much of the same was achieved.
The U.S. government said it has been looking for a Cony for more than 15 years, but all previous efforts to arrest him have not been fulfilled.

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