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Rare Photos Of Idi Amin Being Carried In A Chair Like A King By Whitemen Which Shows Power Emerges

Idi Amin the once Powerful ruler of Uganda was a man of many characters. Whiles some know him as a dictator for his brutal regime and crimes against humanity when he was in power from 1971-1979 and criticized him, others also hail him as a pan Africanist who proved black dignity and sovereignty.

He was an exceptional and unique African leader who made European and White diplomats bow down to him President Amin whilst reciting Oath of Allegiance to him. He even made them Carry him around in a chair like a king which according to many signified Black Superiority.

Idi Amin was so concerned about racial equality and black empowerment. He was so poised to see Africans managing their own continental Affairs without interference or aide from Colonialists, nor Apartheid, nor any form of imperial interruptions in African government businesses or economic exploitation. His efforts and struggle for political and economic freedom from western powers was remarkable.

Idi Amin had wanted to see Blacks around the world free from discrimination hence he provided huge monetary assistance, political support and contributions in form of materials for civil rights movement of Black Americans.

Idi Amin once said in 1975 at the UN General Assembly that "Ever since the history of slavery, Black Americans have done as much, if not more than any other racial group in building the America that exists today". This was a man full of love for the black people. The above pictures shows him carried in a chair.

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