Paul Sadala, aka. Morgan, was killed last week on April 14, two days after he surrendered with 42 members of the Congolese militia Mai Mai Morgan to the Congolese army in the locality of Bandegaido, Mambasa territory, Orientale province (map). It is still unclear why Morgan, who was alleged to engage in sexual violence, gold pillaging, and ivory poaching, surrendered in the first place. One possibility might be that he wanted to benefit from a new disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration program recently put in place.
According to the account of the government, Morgan and his men were transferred from Molokaï village to Bunia town, the capital of Ituri district, Orientale Province. "When we reached the town of Mambasa which is about 100 km. south of Bunia, Morgan refused to ... [view whole blog post ]