After being forced to spend more than a year at Joseph Kony’s side, Aubin Kotto-Kpenze vows to get justice for fellow survivors of the Lord’s Resistance Army
When Aubin Kotto-Kpenze walks into a restaurant in Central African Republic’s capital, Bangui, it isn’t clear whether the armed guard with him is there to protect him – or other diners. After all, Kotto-Kpenze, 47, spent two years at the side of one of the world’s most wanted terrorists, the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) leader Joseph Kony.
Abducted to become the Ugandan warlord’s personal doctor, Kotto-Kpenze managed to escape in 2009. Today, he pursues an ambitious mission: to catch Kony.