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Earlier this month six Ugandans escaped the LRA and returned home to Uganda, including two male combatants, three children and their brave mother. This is their story. He has spent the last 16 years in the bush as a LRA combatant. He remembers hearing Opono talk about his defection process and what life is like at home in Uganda. Simon said in that moment, people have to make their own decisions; some of the leadership in the group were telling lower ranking combatants that it was just propaganda, but it got Simon thinking.
He said that making the decision to defect was a long process for him. Simon fathered four children while in the LRA, one who was already rescued and taken back to Uganda. Simon said this child was 9 years old and in school, and that he wanted to be reunited with her.
He had his other three children with Grace Achora, also abducted from Uganda, while she was in captivity in central Africa. Simon said that he wanted these children to be able to grow up in Uganda.
But before Simon could get away he was caught by senior leaders of his group. He was tied up for three days and given lashes as punishment. Not long after he was released, Simon again attempted to escape with his family and a central African he convinced to come with them as an escort. This time they were successful. Simon had formed something of a relationship with Seleka forces in the nearby community, Nzako. He, Grace, the three children, and their escort found Nzako 11km from where they escaped and Simon surrendered to Seleka forces there.
The Seleka then called the US military who helped return the central African to his home, and, in collaboration with the UPDF, facilitated the repatriation of the five Ugandans. But when Simon escaped, he left someone behind. He too was abducted from Kitgum, Uganda five years after Simon when he was just 14 years old.