Hunt for warlordhas not began because he doesn’t have soldiers and equipment, said the head of the African Union force. Ugandan Col. Dick Olum told the Associated Press from Yambio. South Sudan on Wednesday, while U.N. and AU top brass converged in Uganda to map out plans to catch Kony and destroy his Lord’s Resistance Army.
Olum clarified the mission to bag Kony is still the responsibility of the 2,000 Ugandan soldiers and 500 South Sudanese troops.
The African Union Force needs at least 5,000 troops.
Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army is a group noted for enlisting by force boys and girls who become soldiers and wives of commanders.
100 U.S. troopers were sent to Central Africa by U.S. Presidentto assist in the manhunt.