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Kony ambush victims’ bullets removed

By Vision Reporter

Added 2nd August 2002 03:00 AM

FIVE of the 13 people injured during last Monday’s Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebel ambush on a bus on the Karuma-Pakwach road have been operated on to remove bullets, reports Albert Ayiga Ondoga.

FIVE of the 13 people injured during last Monday’s Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebel ambush on a bus on the Karuma-Pakwach road have been operated on to remove bullets, reports Albert Ayiga Ondoga.

FIVE of the 13 people injured during last Monday’s Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebel ambush on a bus on the Karuma-Pakwach road have been operated on to remove bullets, reports Albert Ayiga Ondoga. One of the victims had an arm amputated while Zura Kadija, 40, a Sudanese who was shot in the jaws, was recovering. Five of the victims had two female and three male. A medical officer told The New Vision that a woman from Kawempe had her arm amputated. Thirteen people were injured when LRA rebels ambushed a Nile Coach bus 575 UED travelling from Kampala to Koboko between Agung and Ayago bridge in the Murchison Falls National Park, about 30 kilometres from Karuma bridge. “The victims are complaining the Nile Coach management gave them only sh5,000 for upkeep in the hospital,” a doctor said. The owner of two trailers burnt on the same spot that day, Jonathan Kirasha, has asked the Government for compensation.

Kony ambush victims’ bullets removed

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