For years, the Women's Initiatives for Gender Justice was a strong voice in The Hague for victims of gender violence in places like northern Uganda, where rebel leader Joseph Kony terrorized the local population. Now, its former director, Brigid Inder, is being accused of funding him behind the scenes. Inder once served as a special adviser to the former ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda. The World's Africa correspondent Halima Gikandi reports.
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