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And while officials say the process will be gradual and safe, the children themselves say they will not find homes among strangers, or in the families that abandoned them.
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Klein says Obama made a decision a few months after the idea was proposed by oil tycoon George Soros-funded International Crisis Group.
On this matter ICG recommended last year America should deploy military forces in Uganda to ‘end Kony’s killings once and for all.’
The first batch of US troops arrived last Wednesday and more are expected, according to Obama – but President Yoweri Museveni says they will not participate in actual fighting.
Klein’s investigative piece highlights attempts by Soros-funded projects in Uganda to influence policy on Gas and Oil.
“Also in 2008, the Africa Institute for Energy Governance, a grantee of the Soros-funded Revenue Watch, helped established the Publish What You Pay Coalition of Uganda, or PWYP, which was purportedly launched to coordinate and streamline the efforts of the government in promoting transparency and accountability in the oil sector,” writes Klein.
It’s true PWYP held meetings in Kampala last year especially at Grand Imperial Hotel to rally support for their recognition by government as a vibrant partner in formulation of Gas and Oil policy.
However, government was to comply and an official in the energy ministry said it was a “rogue organisation.” US denies any interests in the oil sector, saying sending troops was purely on humanitarian grounds. However, Ugandans are suspicious of the military adventure, saying US has ulterior motives.
Read the story that could shift debate from Kony to the oil sector.