The first rule of news is that any headline ending in a question mark invites the certain response “No.” Otherwise headline would have been “Joseph Kony is hiding in Darfur”.
And when the blog post continues:
Warlord Joseph Kony and his militarized terror group the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) are likely getting shelter from the Sudanese government in Darfur, according to credible reports coming out of Sudan, the Enough Project said…
When you know the source is an organisation dedicated to regime change in Khartoum, which has consistently exaggerated and manipulated the evidence coming out of Sudan, then there’s no need to read any further.
This story crops up every six months. And I’ve yet to see any credible evidence.