In late time, war is one essential element in most piece of Africa.. George Clooney – a Hollywood performing artist, has given $1m (£750,000) to the Sentry to examine individuals who financed and profit by many clashes in Africa.
In an announcement discharged by him, he expressed that budgetary wallets of warlords more often than not stem-up amid clashes. Along these lines, influencing individuals to consider war to be productive.
“Our focus is to make sure that war crimes don’t pay. We want to make it more difficult for those willing to kill en masse to secure their political and economic objectives,” the statement reads in part.
“When we’re able to go after the warlords’ wallets and bankrupt those who choose the bullet over the ballot, suddenly the incentives are for peace, not war; transparency, not corruption. This doesn’t come completely out-of-the-blue, as the actor has involved himself in African politics before.”
Clooney has been involved in conflict and crisis monitoring and management in Africa since 2006. He initiated a program which used satellites to track the movement of militia in some territorial borders since 2011.
Clooney alongside Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt was a part of the bizarre 2012 trap scheme to capture Ugandan warlord, Joseph Kony.
The Sentry is a group of arrangement experts and money related measurable agents finding war profiteering systems in Africa. The aggregate raised support by the Sentry is $3.45 million from different NGOs.