THE UPDF has unearthed large quantities of Joseph Kony’s arms in southern Sudan.
The army also killed two LRA rebels and captured three others during a battle at Atepi river valley in southern Sudan recently.
The UPDF’s 503 Brigade public relations officer, Lieutenant Robert Kamara, said, “We recovered 94 tins of 12.7mm anti-aircraft ammunition, five tins of machine-gun ammunition, one solar plate, one long-range radio communication system and RPG pipes, among others.”
Kamara said that among the captured rebels is Kony’s wife, identified only as Adong, together with her baby girl and a rebel signaller identified only as Lieutenant Ojara.
He added that the army recovered food and other items that the rebels had looted but had dropped while fleeing the UPDF.