By Peter Masereka,
The Kasese Diocesan Vicar General, Msgr. Landaus Bwambale has warned the local community against scratching the healed wounds of ADF abductees and returnees but instead create a conductive environment for them.
in an interview shortly after commemorating the 26th ADF attack at St. John the Evangelist Minor Seminary yesterday, Msgr. Landaus said through various conversations with the returnees and abductees they are hearted by individuals who publically accuse and judge them according to the past experience they went through in the bush.
Msgr. Landaus one speaking.
He said they need special care and treatment in the community than stigmatizing them for the atrocities committed outside their will.
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Ms. Jorojena Kabugho, a resident of Kizungu cell in Kasese Municipality one of the returnees narrated her sad story, saying they passed through a lot of untold challenges in the bush including eating grass, failure to access proper medication and forced marriages among others. Ms. Kabugho speaking…..
Mr. Samuel Muhindo, another returnee said the scars on his body has turned his life into misery because of the daily scratching on his body.
Mr. Samwel speaking……
Details will come in our subsequent news billetins. END.