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Pictorial: Inside Lukodi Memorial Centre

It is home to hundreds of remains of war weapons used or abandoned during the 19th May 2004 attack on Lukodi IDP camp by the Lord`s Resistance Army (LRA) rebels which left at least 60 people dead.
Lurubu, a double pot used by the Acoli for performing rituals

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Lukodi Memorial Centre in Lukodi Village, Bungatira Sub County Gulu district.   

It is home to hundreds of remains of war weapons used or abandoned during the 19th May 2004 attack on Lukodi IDP camp by the Lord`s Resistance Army (LRA) rebels which left at least 60 people dead.   

It is also a place where remains of the victims of the Lukodi Massacre are kept; among them are voters’ cards, details of each victim, their properties, what they used for defence and other cultural items.  

Constructed and launched in December 2018 by the Foundation for Justice and Development Initiatives (FJDI) in a block donated by Lukodi Primary School, the Centre receives visitors from all walks of life however it is relying on donations from well-wishers.   

The survivors of the Lukodi Massacre want the government to elevate the Centre into a museum in order to generate income.   

URN brings you the Centre in pictures.  

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