Meet The African Prez Believed To Have Fed Crocodiles With 4000 'Disables' In A Lake Saddened Hearts
After reading Patriotism and Chauvinism, I ventured into the issue of Despotism on African soil.That is leadership or rule that uses unlimited powers cruelly and wrongly but there was a remarkable contrast between the bad leaders and others considered wicked.
Gen. Idi Amin eating a piece of roasted chicken during a parade in 1978. With so much rumors surrounding this topic, he directly or otherwise given away a clue when he boasted that he kept the heads of all his political opponents in a refrigerator but found human flesh too “salty”. As to how he discovered that, we leave that for your judgement and conclusion. He was ruthless. He showed no mercy once he felt someone showed glimpses of disloyalty. His level of blood thirst was nothing short of paranoia. His
See Photos of White Men serving and worshipping Idi Amin The history of cruelest tyranny and extended version of authoritarianism in Uganda won't be complete without mentioning Idi Amin Dada who served as the leader of the country from 1971 to 1979. He came to power through military coup d'etat when he overthrew the democratically elected government of Milton Obote and coercively declared himself the President of Uganda. His extremely ruthless regime which lasted for eight years resulted to deaths of his co
What are some amazing facts about Africa? 1. In South Africa, residents are legally allowed to attach a flamethrower to their cars to deter hijacking. 2. In Ethiopia, clocks are turned upside down, with their 6 where our 12 would be. 3. The official title of Idi Amin, the former Ugandan leader, was “His Excellency, President for Life, Field Marshal Al Hadji Doctor Idi Amin Dada, VC, DSO, MC, Lord of All the Beasts of the Earth and Fishes of the Seas and Conqueror of the British Empire in Africa in General
IDI AMIN DADA also known as the “butcher” was one of the most ruthless dictators the world has ever seen. He gained power through a bloody military coup again Milton Obote (Uganda’s first president) after which he declared himself president. During his rule, it is estimated that about 500,000 people lost their lives, his whole regime was characterised by torture, extrajudicial killing, ethnic persecution, political repression, human right abuse and corruption. The butcher used one of his secret killing